Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Blaye, France including Chateau Marquis de Vauban, Le Gavroche, le carma, La Marina, Le Petit Port, Restaurante a Napoli, La Citadelle, Le Petit Canon, Pizzeria La Casa, Bel Ami
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4 based on 144 reviews
After 10 trips to Italy, I would say that this restaurant would do well anywhere in its home country. Pasta was prepared well, not quite as al dente as many Italians would like but very close and obviously cooked for French and tourist palates. The sauces are well prepared and tasty. The pizza al salmon (au saumon) which is a white pizza in Italy was served with tomato sauce here, but was none the worse for it. Would eagerly eat here again.
3 based on 339 reviews
Good place to eat in The Citadel with lovely views. We sat outside. Not too busy on a Wednesday at lunch time despite there being 9 of us. Lots to choose from as well as a set menu for just under E 20. Menu in both French and English. Staff helpful despite only speaking little English. Would come again.
3 based on 291 reviews
This restaurant is nestled in the heart of the Citadelle in Blaye which is well worth a visit. The views are commanding, and it is well worth having a casual drink outside before dinner. The food is high quality, and has some delightful twists on traditional French cuisine. The menu changes daily. The wine list gives a good experience of the region. It is my second time dinning here and it is superb. The Restaurant and the hotel are run by a family (sister and brother) who provide great service. As a Kiwi (New Zealander) it is great meeting people with a passion for rugby and who know so much about our country.
4 based on 176 reviews
It perhaps spoilt my impression of this restaurant that I went there with an Italian collegue. He was not impressed with his mozzarela and ham starter and we both left half of our main courses, not so much because they were bad, but large portions of average food (his a seafood risotto and mine a chicken in cream sauce) All this would have been ok if it had a great atmoshere (it didn't) or was cheap (it wasn't) Maybe we were unlucky, as it was quite full. However, while we were still looking at the menu, a diner who was leaving passed us and said (in French) "Don't have the lasagne"Bonjour Ã Messieurs les anglais, je ne suis pas Ã©tonnÃ© qu'ils n'aient pas aimÃ© mon poulet, car je n'en cuisine pas!!!!!DÃ©solÃ© que la cuisine italienne ne vous convienne pas, mais les italiens n'aiment pas la cuisine anglaise. 1Ã 1
3 based on 298 reviews
I would suggest Googling "le Petit Port" Blaye and you will see a fair bit of info come up about it. The food was good and the location was excellent.
You would think that being in Blaye that a crisp dry white wine would be ever present think again , not the most welcome of venues
4 based on 467 reviews
With an excellent menu du jour at less than 15 euros, both lunch and dinner it starts attractively and with an appealing choice in the courses, non-fish options are there, but why would you? The starter had the care and attention to detail you would expect in a Michelin starred resto. The main course and dessert continued the delight, absolutely no short cuts taken. It was a very busy night in this popular town centre restaurant, diners without bookings had to be turned away. The wine list is of course Blaye local and extensive. Even the jug of house white was pleasing with the fish courses. Staff dashed about without appearing overworked and to kept up a smooth continuity. Bank holiday menu is 22 Euros and well worth it, but the menu du jour is not to be missed during the week.
4 based on 427 reviews
After being refused from Gavroche, we searched around town for a second option. Le Carma was a very pleasant surprise! Although the dÃ©cor and ambiance were not enticing per se, the service was nice, the menus were generous and affordable, and the food was delicious! The sea bass was excellent, the salade landaise was copious and delicious, and the lamb was delectable. The wine selection was almost exclusively hyper local (cÃ´tes de blaye), but that can never be reproached in my mind.
4 based on 338 reviews
Changement de propriÃ©taire dÃ©but octobre 2019 Restaurant traditionnel / semi gastronomique, ouvert du mardi au dimanche midi . Formule complÃ¨te du midi a 18,00â¬ ( ou 15,00â¬ avec entrÃ©e et plat ou plat et dessert tous du jours; 11,00â¬ le plat du jour seul)
We visited at the end of June and managed to communicate although my french is pretty terrible! The owners were very helpful with the menu as my husband is celiac and we therefore had a very tasty 3 courses. The restaurant was busy with locals which is always a good sign - and the patrons were also very friendly! I would highly recommend this restaurant. Well worth hunting for it!
4 based on 224 reviews
This was part of a vineyard visit. We had an absolutely delicious 4 course lunch with a different wine with each course, all of which were excellent.
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