Reviews on European food in Aiguines, France including La Part des Anges, L'Antidote, Le Rive Gauche, La Plancha, L'Escapade, De L'aigle, Ferme Ste Cecile, La fringale, Restaurant Les Tables Du Cloitre, Le Petit Lac
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4 based on 55 reviews
Le Petit Lac is a well located restaurant, between Moustiers and Les Gorges du Verdon. You will find a beautiful & spacious restaurant, a beautiful and sunny terassa. The pizzas are the best in town and salads huge and made with fresh and local products.
Thus is a wonderful small man made lake near Moustieres St Marie in the Gorge de Verdon. The restaurant serves simple but beautifully presented food that tastes excellent. The lake is quiet, warmer than some in the region and easily accessible to people even with a disability. The owner is a charming young man.
5 based on 356 reviews
Went to this place for dinner a few days back.We had excellent quality dishes of pork filet mignon stuffed with tapenade and oven-cooked potatoes and a salad with goat cheese. Both were quite sizable and again delicious. For desserts, we had the home-made chocolate brownie and strawberry tiramisu and both of them were tasty and could tell that the quality of ingredients were high.
4 based on 152 reviews
Firstly, let me say that we have visited La Fringale in previous years and enjoyed the food and service was good. However, when we visited this August, we found the service was rank rotten!We arrived and asked for a table for two, which the waitress showed us to. She then provided tables and menues to other diners who arrived after us. When she started taking their orders, we complained as she hadn't even brought us a menu. After twenty minutes we up and left. when we told her we were leaving and why, all we got was a shrug of the shoulders. We will not be back to this restaurant again when we are in this area.
4 based on 622 reviews
We came for a birthday lunch after seeing all the great reviews and we were not disappointed. The lunch menu was good value and the food of a very high standard. Our hosts were very welcoming and offered to speak to us in either French or English. The wheelchair access was excellent - flat in from the car park and a slope to the wheelchair accessible toilet. The wine by the glass was delicious and the highlight of the meal was the perfectly cooked venison but every course was tasty. We will return.
4 based on 42 reviews
We have visited this restaurant many times with friends from all over the world and always enjoyed its friendly atmosphere but yesterday - my wife's 70th birthday - was very different. We arrived for lunch and stood waiting for a few minutes but were ignored. We were surprised how many tables were empty - but soon found out why!We sat down in the shade and waited again but no one came. As a waiter passed I asked if it was ok to sit where we were. The waiter very rudely said "I don't know" and rushed off. He came back some minutes later and proceeded to give us a lecture on the correct way to behave on arrival! Apparently we should not have sat down without his permission - he spoke as if talking to a naughty child. Despite his rudeness I asked politely if we could have a beer. His reply was "No - you wait"! At this point we left vowing never to return. We have never met such rude, pompous and self-important behaviour from a waiter before in our lives.
4 based on 402 reviews
Right in the middle of a touristic village, at the beginning of the greatest canyon in Europe and near the lake Ste Croix.Le Restaurant l'Escapade offers you a traditional "french cuisine" using fresh and local products.Open every day for lunch and dinner
The Croustade of Camembert (Filo dough filled with cheese and roasted apples) was perfect for lunch, with a venere rice (risotto like) as side dish. I also tasted the panna Cotta which was allright. The restaurant is well located in the center, offers a sunny terrace and the service is fair. The prices are a bit high though, but the menu is original and I think that's the reason.
4 based on 415 reviews
So nice we found this cosy spot! We had lovely entrecote with a very nice honeysauce. The dessert was very good as well. Friendly service and an overwhelming atmosphere!
4 based on 192 reviews
The style, the atmosphere, the ambiance: all quite Verdon. Our destination was the lake St. Cross, by driving through this village on our way to the lake, we had lunch here. We didn't go for set lunch cause no one really liked duck breast in our group, so I had the only fish dish in the menu, the other two went for boring tagliatelle carbonara and ham salad. My fish was absolutely tasteless and could tell it was frozen. The other two neither praised or criticised their meals, so I guessed they were passable. Two of us had ice-cream as dessert and the bill ended up at 65â¬, and best of all , they took holiday voucher (cheque vacance). The staff were quite polite though, a one-off lunch experience was fine, didn't think we would likely to come back shortly.
4 based on 261 reviews
A very small restaurant with terrace . The sort of local restaurant serving local home cooked dishes that is now hard to find in Provence where nearly every restaurant serves the same rubbish . This is a two person Bar/ Restaurant .A very friendly owner serving at table with his talented wife in the kitchen . Very small blackboard menu that changes daily . Good cheap house wine. Well worth the climb up to this out of the way village with stunning views over the Lac St Croix . Don't expect a gourmet meal its just good honest local food well cooked .
4 based on 64 reviews
La Part des Anges is modeled on Spanish Tapas restaurant with a shared-eating concept. We aim to serve only the freshest ingredients, sourced locally and ethically as possible. Located in a 12th century hotel, the terrace offers a nice view on Moustier's
We arrived a little late into Moustiers and were trawling around the town looking for a bite to eat at around 2:45pm. Most places had just stopped serving lunch, but this restaurant welcomed us in. We weren't expecting much as it was basically our last option, but we had amazing seats on the shady terrace overlooking what has to be the most panoramic view from any restaurant in the town! The place was empty and the waiter who served us had excellent English (with an English accent... maybe he studied at an international school or has lived in the UK?) We ordered baked Camembert and a tomato tart, both of which were delicious. Plus the obligatory glass of Bau (a sparking Muscat made in nearby Fourcalquier -- yum)!Thanks for your feedback David, We are extremely happy you enjoyed your time here at La Part des Anges.
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