Reviews on French food in Brignoles, 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 94 reviews
Vincent and Laurent the new owners welcomes you in this institution of Brignoles that is the CafÃ© de l'Univers for a delicious lunch every day as well as on Friday and Saturday evening. The spacious and sunny terrace, the charming room of type Parisian ba
Stopped in the square for a lovely coffee in a nice square bustling with locals and holiday makers, nice for a relax and to take in the sights, inexpensive good service.
4 based on 70 reviews
In England I suppose you would call it a truck stop, but don't be fooled, truckers, businessmen and locals go. But get there early for lunch as it's always busy. Don't expect 5 star dining, it's good French workers food, as soon as you sit down a bottle of wine is on the table, a starter and then it's the plat du jour or if you don't fancy it a grill, pork, chicken or what ever is the flavour of the day. Sorry but no other choice, and then a good desert. It's difficult to hold a conversation over all the other conversations going on, just enjoy
4 based on 174 reviews
This compact restaurant is quite basic and unpretentious but well worth a visit for its well cooked good food. A menu which Is varied enough to meet all tastes and not extortionate in price. Friendly service. One interesting feature is the open kitchen which enables diners to watch the chef at work.
4 based on 112 reviews
This creperie has a very good selection on its menu, not only of both savoury and sweet crepes but of grills, salads and other desserts too. A nice little terrace, which, although it is right on the main road and opposite the main car park, seems secluded and relatively peaceful. Food very tasty. All in all good value.
4 based on 217 reviews
This is a very attractive restaurant where one can eat outside under the shade of trees listening to the trickling of the water from this most unusual fountain which looks like a tree dripping water! The food was of good quality, nicely served by friendly staff. We would return.
4 based on 187 reviews
Restaurant of charm with the careful and colorful decoration, located Place CARAMI, in the middle of a splendid ProvenÃ§al village. You can also discover the works of the artist Corinne HUGOU (Painter / Sculptor).
The snails are to die for! The ravioli aux crevettes are melting in your mouth and the grand marnier soufflÃ© is dilicious! The interior is very colorful, modern and light, very special decoration and paintings. Make a reservation to be sure you have a table. This place is open since the beginning of July and has a very good chef in the kitchen. The also own La TrouffiÃ¨ra in Cotignac.We will come back our next holiday!
4 based on 474 reviews
We had a lovely lunch, inventive and tasty dishes, well prepared and presented but found the selection quite limited. Service was very professional and attentive throughout the meal. There is apparently a parking for guests but we couldn't find it before our meal and had to park in the street.
4 based on 179 reviews
Family ProvenÃ§al hotel and restaurant, Le Provence is an old diligence relay since 1957. Discover the charm of Provence in a typical hotel and restaurant from center var in provence verte.
We have been eating here for 14 years now since we bought our holiday home in the region and the quality has remained consistently good and at 31 euros for a four course menu, it has remained outstanding value. Mussels and their soupe de poissons de la roche are definite specialities to look out for, but their foie gras and everything else is very good too. Haute cuisine it does not pretend to be, but you'll be very happy with the fayre here. I had a particularly fine bream with crushes potatoes on this occasion. Most of the service is performed by the rather witty and ever cheerful owners' daughter who has grown into a lovely young lady.
4 based on 208 reviews
We remembered the premises when this was Lou Paleisoun (now closed), and thought we should try the new establishment. Service was definitely friendly and attentive, but the verdict is patchy overall. The special medievales menu was very basic and could have hit the spot, but there were a number of issues. A bill of 90 euros for aperitifs, two mains, two desserts, carafe of rose, bottle of water and two coffees is steep for the following reasons: the huge entrecote was at least one third gristle, not good for 22 euros, and the colonel at 11 euros contained the cheapest tasting table vodka you could find in France. I fared much better: my octopus stew and risotto were very good in my main and the panne cotta with salted caramel was nice too...and big...even if it was served in a paper coffee cup. Unrefined overall, but with some definite good points. I wish the young people who have taken over every success.
4 based on 473 reviews
Your restaurant wine bar proposes you boards of delicatessen , plates of french cheeses but also grilled meats, salads, fish, pastas and desserts house and musical atmosphere in a cosy universe in affordable prices.we often organize theme evenings in the
We left Marseille quickly instead of staying for a couple of days as planned.It was gritty and traffic jammed and so we headed instead toward our next stop in Cannes. Our tummies rumbled and so we pulled off to Brignoles to have a quick snack. You know.. a coffee and baguette kind of lunch. What a fabulous decision. We accidentally fell upon El Cochino. The service was first class and the food a delight. We highly recommend it. We simply did not expect if to be as outstanding as it was for us. The food was simply stated first class. Congrats to the m'ment, staff and chef. We sought the chef out and thanked him for our beautiful lunch.
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