Best French restaurants nearby. Discover the best French food in Aigues-Mortes. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for French restaurants near you.. "Aigues-Mortes" translates to "dead waters," but the salt marshes surrounding this medieval city actually have given this town one of its chief industries: sea-salt production. (Bring some home for epicurean friends.) Fortified into a Mediterranean port in the 12th century, Aigues-Mortes’ massive walls survive—walk along them for great views.
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4 based on 189 reviews
Small restaurant about 2 km from the medieval city of Aigues Morte. It does look great from the outside but it is very good. Friendly service, good value for money and nice outside terrace by the canal. I definitely recommend.
4 based on 542 reviews
Enjoyed this place, service was extremely friendly and efficient, the food was wholesome and well cooked.From roast chicken to a complicated tasting plate, both were done very well.Located outside the walled city it offered better value and more traditional food
4 based on 675 reviews
The Rendez-vous of gourmets. Restaurant bistronomic with the generosity of spirit bistro with the elegance of fine dining. Leitmotif of the Chef MickaÃ«l : Seasonality and quality of products, chosen and sublimated with passion. Here, everything is truly h
We chose this restaurant for its TA rating in Aigues Mortes and it definitely deserves it.Lovely meal and the girls were charming. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
4 based on 457 reviews
We don't normally eat hamburgers and never in France...until now. Situated just 80 metres from the main square and the tourist restaurants, this place is something special. On our host's recommendation, we had the beef blue, unheard of with a steak burger back home. In combination with with the goats cheese, the home made fries, salad and sauces, and the friendly service, this is the best hamburger joint I have ever found. The wine and the price made everything even better. Go there.
4 based on 1209 reviews
This is one of the best places I've been recently. We were sitting outside on a nicely designed patio that offers a lot of ambiance. The food is outstanding regarding offered dishes, innovative/creative fusion aspects (local/regional vs. Asian/Japanese) and the presentation. Even of the prices are a bit higher than other restaurants in Aigues-Mortes. this is absolutely worth the money. Highly recommended (reservations required).
4 based on 830 reviews
With the new year just 3 days old finding a good restaurant open in a holiday town in the Camargue can be a challenge. In Aigues-Mortes, the central square has itâs fair share of mediocre restaurants. However, just 100 metres away, you can find Le Patio, offering a bright, light lunch infused with beautiful flavours. Service is excellent with knowledgable staff.Please try it next time you are in the Camargue, worth stopping and testing.
5 based on 493 reviews
We have been recommended this restaurant and it did not let us down! We recommend their "menu degustation" at â¬79.- per person (wine is included) for which you should book together with your booking and plan to be sitting 2h30 at the table and do not eat too much bread if you wish to taste every dish! LOLVery good food quality, this is semi gastro level.
4 based on 580 reviews
Hundreds of reviews, nearly all excellent and good, with two poor and one terrible. There's always one terrible: what could go wrong?Was it because it was Monday night, and the chef was away? The waiter was turning couples away because they were fully booked, when they clearly weren't; and there seemed to be a bit of a panic in the kitchen. But this was awful. I sometimes wish my other half and offspring would let me tell people what I think at the time, but I can't, so here goes...The wine was excellent, and great value for money. The water was chilled, as was the waiter, and refreshing. The service was charming and top notch, almost to the end. The food, though, was not, with a couple of exceptions. We went with the 3 x â¬35 formule: starter, main & dessert, and were happy to get an amuse-bouche of house pÃ¢tÃ© on toast which was promisingly good. The water, wine, salt and bread all arrived quickly and with charm. We chatted about the music, and all agreed that Norah Jones was lovely in every respect. Everything was wonderful.The starters came, and the foie gras was great, as was the brandade and tapenade toast. The mussels (the mussels are amazing, says Trip Advisor) were served on the half shell, floating in grease, with some sort of sauce that looked like sick. I think that they had been grilled, but somebody forgot to pre-heat the grill, and the sauce and most of the mussels - were cold. I struggled. Grease pooled. The mains. Apparently the squid was good, but the tuile-like basket of courgettes with overpowering peppers that I had in my main was there too. The runny leak common to all three mains was on the plate too, so I can only imagine that there was the same soupy effect on the plate. I had ordered a beef filet (rare) and my daughter the house burger (medium). My 'filet' - in my experience at the butcher's, filet comes in one piece, and not several different (and separate!) bits arranged to possibly look like one - was struggling to show any pink at all; my daughter's burger was rare to the point of mooing. My sauce aux morilles was more of a thin soup which ran off anything it came in contact with, without thinking to leave any hint of its passage. Neither of us finished. Dessert. By this stage the young lady had decided that enough was enough. Nothing for her. Mrs & I thought better of challenging the kitchen further, and went for two scoops of sorbet. They came, with the comment that 'I've added some house chocolate.' I wonder, and maybe I'm wrong, if the addition of chocolate crisps wasn't to justify the 'desserts faits maison' on the board. The sorbets didn't seem in any way homemade. And then the bill. He kindly didn't charge us for three formules, but did charge us for a â¬16 main when it was only â¬15. A small thing, but by then I was mightily pissed off and my pores were - and still are - teeming grease.â¬135 or so for a very nice bottle of wine and a car crash of a meal. It just goes to show that on a bad Monday evening, hundreds of Trip Advisor contributors can be seen to be wrong.Bonjour et adieu.....
4 based on 811 reviews
A warm and friendly welcome is always a good start. Reasonably good English spoken though we didn't need it and help with understanding the menu was offered. Service throughout was helpful, discreet but friendly and engaging, all that it should be and quite charming. All staff regularly checked in with us to make sure everyone was satisfied. The menu while small was interesting and varied enough that there was something to appeal to all. The wine list again while not large and mainly locally focused was reasonably priced and had very good choices on offer. The dishes were all freshly prepared with quality ingredients, well presented and all quite delicious. We enjoyed entrees ranging from oysters to sea snails to goats cheese salad and mains including supreme of pintade ( guinea fowl) & beef steak all perfectly cooked and presented. A pleasant range of desserts saw the profiteroles getting most attention but there were no shortage of other tempting options. Highly recommend this place.
5 based on 414 reviews
They really deserve their good ratings - great food and atmosphere, very friendly people.We had the foie gras (with some rather unusual garnishing, like parmesan and Aywar) and the beef (cooked to order, and with a great sauce), along with some local red wine, which also went well with the cheese dessert (Saint Marcellin).
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