Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Bandol, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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4 based on 490 reviews
Went there on our first night in Bandol. We were very pleasantly surprised. Had a wonderful ceviche to start, I had Sole meuniÃ¨re, it was excellent. My wife had lotte that was equally tasty.The wine was very good Bandol rose and all of 27â¬. Desert was a delicious pan a cotta.Not only would we recommend it, but we are going back for out last night that we are in Bandol.
4 based on 554 reviews
A fairly pleasant experience but not a restaurant I would go back to. A starter of smoked trout wrap with side salad was fairly good but the second course of Veal fillet mignon with a foiegras sauce was over flavoured and not particularly palatable. Deserts of three sorbets can only be described as ok. Service however was very pleasant and friendly.
4 based on 358 reviews
Located on a street running parallel to the sea front, this is a lovely simple family run restaurant, but the food is anything but ordinary. We were greeted warmly and ensured that we were comfortably seated. The menu is quite short with a couple of dinner combinations. I started with courgette flowers stuffed with crab. This was surrounded by garnishes, particularly sumptuous little jewels of sweet lobster. Stunning to look at and to eat. I followed with lamb cooked 3 ways - all tender, sweet and perfectly cooked. We finished with a very good cheese plate. The food was extraordinarily good with unfussy service, but lovely hospitality.We accompanied this with a good local Bandol red wine at a sensible price - again, a tight but good wine list.I thought very good value for the quality served and will definitely be back when next in Bandol
4 based on 530 reviews
Discover our dolls house, where the food is as cassolettes, so you can play the dinette and taste several dishes but also cheese platters and famous desserts . All accompanied by an extensive nature wines list including nearly 80 references. Booking advis
After thinking I would miss this recommended gem of a restaurant due to scheduling conflicts, I was lucky enough to have a liesurely lunch (they are normally open only evenings 19h-22h except Wed and Sun). I have been extremely lucky personally and professionally to eat in very fine restaurants and I have had some great meals. A few of these have been very memorable. I count this lunch among those. It is as much to do with the quality and flavour of the food (and wine) as it is The experience.Although this place is small and unassuming do not underestimate this restaurant. It belies the reality that the owners want to make fabulous, approachable food that they would like to eat in a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere.The wine too is of great interest. Their focus is on natural wines and there is a solid selection of the best of these.If you are in Bandol and love wine and food, do not miss this place. A warning, they are most often booked. Reserve ahead.
4 based on 246 reviews
This small restaurant in the back streets of Bandol was so special that we dined there twice during our weeks stay in the town. Excellent lobster linguini and fabulous risotto with scallops were beautifully presented and tantalised the tastebuds.The restaurant appears to be managed by two young guys one the chef and the other front of house,both of who are thoroughly charming and do everything they can to make your evening special.Booking is essential as this is a small venue and is very much in demand due to its reputation for excellence.
4 based on 598 reviews
This is tucked away a couple of streets behind the popular sea front and is a small family run restaurant. A nice fresh style to the decor. Greeting and subsequent service was very friendly with a professional, but informal style. For starters, the asparagus with Parmesan was perfectly cooked. The other starter of Rouget was also deemed top class. The fillets de daurade were again expertly cooked and served with a nice sauce vierge. The medallions of beef were superb with fresh fois gras and heaps of garlic, a rich but wonderful dish. A plate of local cheeses were shared and again all in prefect condition. The wine list was local and short, but good value. This was a very enjoyable evening with someone in the kitchen who really knows what they are doing. THere will definitely be a return visit when next in Bandol.
5 based on 150 reviews
Father front of house , son the chef. Tiny restaurant in gourmet alley beside KV&B and Le Square two other fine restaurants Different fare to what's on offer elsewhere.Set menus for â¬42 and â¬ 59 but better choice off the a la carte particularly amongst the 4 starter sharing plates ranging â¬ 7 to â¬16 with enough for 4. These included thin slices of spicy cured filet mignon with pickled red cabbage, a local speciality ' cade toulonnaise ' a bit like socca from Nice with Japanese green pepper, tartine with black truffle and croquettes with jambon blanc. All were superb.An interesting selection of mains including the house special of cabbage leaf stuffed with confit pork and black truffle. This was deliciousGood selection of keenly priced winesExcellent service.All in all a fine dining experience. Well worth a visit
5 based on 246 reviews
â¬37 for the set 3 course dinner. Menu changes often. Everyoneâs food was amazing. Well presented. Rich developed flavours. Some different combinations to entice you. Overall fabulous food at a great price. Wine list excellent too We will return
4 based on 80 reviews
4 based on 388 reviews
Taste the multiple flavors of our farm produce. Every menu proposes you recipes developed from regional quality products, essentially stemming from our farm. Taste wines, vegetables, meats, fishes, cheeses ... All the regional gastronomy within reach of f
Based on Trip Advisor reviews we selected Ferme Auberge for our lunch today. Reservations are strongly recommended because itâs very popular! The five of us had a selections of items- ranging from their fish soup to salads to duck to lamb. All were delicious and served at the appropriate temperatures. The view of La Ciotat is spectacular and the horse stables below the restaurant add to the country ambience. Thereâs a good selection on the menu for all tastes, and the beer/wine list is quite good. Prices are very reasonable given the quality of the meals. Outdoor tables are available on non windy days. Well worth a visit! Plus itâs away from the hectic tourist locations. We will definitely return.
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