Reviews on French food in Castillon-la-Bataille, France including La reserve du presbytere, Restaurant Le Mounan, Le Chaudron du Pere Marches, Le Melchior, La Plage, Brasserie du Centre, La Poudette, Comptoir de Genes, Brasserie Bar le Phenix, L'Epicurial
4 based on 79 reviews
Had a wonderful dinner here and we were awed by the pleasant service and choice of pre set meals. This was indeed a great dinning experience.
3 based on 10 reviews
We were at a friendâs wedding just down the road in Pujols. Very hungry after a long drive this was one of the few places open. There were no full menus, just some black boards referring the specials and two âFix Prisâ options (in french) so the waitress helpfully (very friendly) listed what was available. My french is very average school boy level, but it was just enough to work out the jist of the dishes. We went for the chefâs special 3 cheese salad to share as a starter. I then had the confit of duck and my partner a rare steak, both with potato and veg options. We also got a bottle of house red.Everything that came was truly stunning. The quality of presentation and taste was excellent. I know the french do it well, but this was a small modest brasserie and we werenât expecting such great food. The Salad was excellent with a hot crepe filled with the 3 cheeses all covered in a bacon and crÃ¨me sauce. All very well balanced and great taste.The duck was excellent as were all that came with it and the steak cooked well and tender.We had to finish off with a crÃ¨me brulee which was most acceptable.The wine wasnât stunning but certainly very good.The only potential worry was there were no prices on anything. We didnât mind too much as it was so good and hoped the 3 course meal for two, with wine, wasnât more that â¬100.We were stunned when the bill came to a mere â¬32.00! Weâd have been happy if it was twice the price. If you are ever around this area of France call in and enjoy.
4 based on 221 reviews
Recommended by a close family member during our recent , very good vacation in the area.Wanted a vegetarian meal for my wife ,some where new, we haven't been to before.Staff a touch slow in attending to our arrival , table was booked, outside. The lady spent must of her time talking to other guests even knowing we had been sitting there of approx 15mins. Table booked for 1930hrs.There is no " great " view from outside, you look at the road, car park or the building . Inside looks very good and obviously had a lot of thought and investment.Menu limited , my wife had the mixed fish main course and was disappointed, she just picked at it. My meat dish , steak , was red/ raw inside and burnt on the outside. Now to be fair I like my steaks well done, with a brown inside. The other waitress, I understand is also a co owner , did question me re my request for a well done steak, quote " that will ruin the meat and it's not the way we recommend in this restaurant " . So I have had better cooked steaks. At one stage , before we ordered our drinks , we discussed leaving and going some where else. In hindsight, we should have done. Dear Sir,I'm sorry your dinner in our restaurant did not please you.We make daily efforts to satisfy our customers but we do not always succeed.Indeed, our terrace is located at the edge of a road and near a parking lot, but I never promised anything else !...Best regards.Anne-Marie GALINEAU
4 based on 185 reviews
A fabulous menu comprising many home produced delicacies and delicious local produce and some lovely local wines, plus a rural atmospheric setting amongst the roses. Chef and hostess great fun and extremely welcoming - a truly lovely evening chez La Poudette.
une cuisine simple et raffinÃ©e,des produits frais,un service agrÃ©able et efficace...une trÃ©s bonne adresse pour ceux qui veulent manger bon et pas cher...
3 based on 96 reviews
We were recommended to go on a Thursday night as there is entertainment during the summer on Thursday. The food was inedible and considering we were in Bordeaux the wine list was dreadful. Definitely not a place to go and the situation on the banks of the river is beautiful.
4 based on 191 reviews
A perfect ambience restaurant. A bit difficult to find if you are driving without navigation system. However this spot is a real gem for those who are after the French cuisine complemented by French wine. Staff are really helpful and friendly. Headwaters even offered extra food for free. Topped our raw carpacio beef plate. This was extraordinary tasteful. Easy to say my favourite dish ever. A must visit.I'm visiting again tonight. Can't help to miss this opportunity.Ryan Grech
4 based on 116 reviews
We had lunch on a Friday in late summer. Quick, attentive service from our waiter. No wait for our food. We had a brochette of duck and asked for it to be served medium-pink. And it was. We also had cotelette d'agneau and asked for it to be served the same way and it was. The duck was beautifully browned and crisp on the outside. A small salad dressed in a balsamic dressing on the side that was the perfect size. Both dishes came with frites. Frites are often undercooked, or overcooked or fatty. Not these. Almost the best part of the meal. Made from a floury potato, the frites were nicely brown, crisp and not swimming in oil. Perfect! We had two coffees and two small pichets of wine and the bill was E43.60 which is getting a bit steep for a lunch of this standard, we think. The terrasse outside was full by the time we arrived at 12.10pm but out waiter gave us a lovely table inside by a window.
4 based on 173 reviews
Not to be confused with the Pizzeria in the centre of Castillon which is easy to do! This is a relatively upmarket a la carte restaurant with generous portions of beautifully cooked classic French food. Although popular with locals we were made to feel very welcome and a visit by the owner/chef to our table when he had finished cooking, was a nice touch!
5 based on 30 reviews
Restaurant based in the village of Montagne offering a market bistronomic and seasonal cuisine.
This is a brand new restaurant in Montagne. They still need to get their menu in more languages (when I was there it was only in French) but everything we had was tasty. Though Montagne is a sleepy town, this restaurant was suprisingly full when we went. It's fine dining and sophisticated servings and presentation. Worth a visit if you are in Saint Emilion in the summer and can't get a place to eat.
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