Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Montcaret including La Palma Nova, Bistrot Cocorico, Le Relais de Gascogne, Le Beau Zinc Pub Brasserie, Le Cafe de la Gare
4 based on 135 reviews
Although reservations are the norm, the staff is quite flexible and friendly and can always put another table outside. The food is a good value and the setting is great. Nice way to pass an evening.
Bistrot Cocorico is a restaurant located in Grand Saint Emilionnais Golf Club. There is always something delicious to try at Bistrot Cocorico in our relaxed Club house. All our dishes use locally sourced ingredients wherever possible from trusted supplier
Un accueil chaleureux, une cuisine toujours savoureuse avec des produits frais. Une trÃ¨s belle adresse, le tout dans un beau dÃ©cor.
4 based on 130 reviews
It felt like everyone in Bordeaux stops here to eat. Locals, truck drivers, tourists. It's attractive for a roadside restaurant, with several rooms and outdoor decks (the shaded deck was perfect for our September lunch). The three course meal including wine and coffee was excellent for 14 euros. We had the seafood cassoulet, which was really a bowl of seafood (mostly mussels) in a tomato sauce. Delicious.Thank your very much for your comment.I hope to see you next timeElisabeth
4 based on 153 reviews
A Pub, a Brewery, a Restaurant, an Environment... And same of the Sale has to carry! All the team's Pub expects you in the small town of Ste Foy la Grande for good meals, beautiful evenings and especially of the pleasure for many good memories! We are wai
We have eaten here many, many times and although the place has changed hands the fare is still acceptable. Spouse struggled to find much on the menu that suited her but they kindly agreed to do her a plain omelette. The young staff tried hard to please and the service was pretty good.The is a bar that specialises in beers of all kinds and it can be difficult to get a low alcohol beer. This place remains a good place to eat
On this rainy day we were in St Foy trying to fix some rail tickets. Across from "La Gare" was a small hotel restaurant, Le Cafe de la Gare. Definitely not gourmet, our lunch was filling. Peter & I had properly cooked (but tough as nails) steak and fries. Pat & Steph had the de Jour menu of chicken in pasta, salad & spinach soup, and peach melba for dessert. They definitely had the better of two marginal options! We had a carafeâ each of red and roseâ wine, too. The food was OK, the service good, and the price low. There is truth in the old saying, "You get what you pay for."
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