Reviews on European food in Sauve, France including Comptoir de l'Evesque, L'Ancienne Gare de SAUVE, Le Troquet Toque, Le Bossens, Au Bon Jaja, Auberge Cigaloise, Le Chene Blanc, Le Bleu, Auberge de Valestaliere, Le Petit Phare
5 based on 208 reviews
This restaurant was recommended to us as we love good fish but it is not easy to find. The restaurant does not look very appealing from outside but it has a modern and trendy interior with an open kitchen.They have a lunch menu starting at just 16â¬ for the main course, 19â¬ for main + dessert or starter + main or 22â¬ for a 3 meal course. This is worth every Euro.The quality of the food is excellent and served in a very nice way. They give you time to enjoy lunch and are very friendly.They also have main course from the menu and the bouillabaisse is just awesome.They serve an excellent rosÃ© wine at just 20â¬ a bottle.I will definitely go back when around and would recommend this to everybody to do also!Dear DavyDS, We are glad to read your review and recommandation about Le Petit Phare!Our entire team do his best every day to satisfy the guests, cooking the best products at your view, with the opened kitchen area.We really appreciate to know that we will serve you back in the future!Best regards,The Managers
5 based on 221 reviews
Valestaliere had set a gourmet, 5 course, dinner up, together with winewaker Samuel Delafont and it was marvellous:)From the foie gras, over the scallops, to the lamb, followed by excellent cheeses and a delicious dessert, all accompagnied by very good wines. It was a joy.Bravo Marlene, Benoit and your perfect staff
4 based on 143 reviews
If you decide to spend holidays in Languedoc area, you will find on the Cevennes mountains road, the restaurant LE BLEU, to Quissac city,don't miss it !Young team cookers will prepar for you original, tasty and delicate dishes from this area.Waitresses are nice and kind.Please don't pay attention to the "oldest waiter", with his heavy humour...CafÃ© Gourmand is the best all around this area.Good for this dream team ! + + + +Take your time and enjoy at the BLEU.
4 based on 187 reviews
This restaurant is worth a visit.In the nice setting next to the Chateau Florian the Chene Blanc has served us with a very pleasant diner.For the 24â¬ it was an excellent meal. Also the Pic Saint Loup was an excellent red wine.
4 based on 385 reviews
Restaurants like this are getting harder to find in France in my opinion. They serve a great value fixed menu at lunch Mon to Wed (if I remember rightly), no choice of starter or main but a choice of pudding and 25cl of wine included. Our meal was delicious, the service was friendly and helpful. We ate on the shady terrace which was delightful. We returned and ate again another day and it was equally good. Super!
4 based on 46 reviews
Au Bon Jaja offers a great variety of local wine and food, in the center of the lovely medieval village of Sauve. Everything is organic ! Cheers !
Wonderfully situated in a medieval square, Au Bon Jaja is a great place to have a meal. The 80, mainly local wines are delicious and a perfect accompaniment to the great dishes available, all of which are sourced locally and of the highest quality.Already getting a reputation for the fantastic foie gras.You can order in English and French as the owner is bilingual, (she also speaks Spanish and some Japanese).
4 based on 330 reviews
Hello the restaurant is opened for lunch and diner the 30 of april, the 1st of may and the 7, 8 and 21 of may. Letâs call us! See you !
Iâve reviewed restaurants for Trip Advisor for decades, and always try to present the best attributes of a restaurant before the worst, and balance the service with the cost etc. We were excited to eat here, having seen how well ranked it was in Trip Advisor. But this was our experience: Service-this was mixed, a nice young man who spoke good English was very attentive, then a very assertive woman presented herself who explained the menu (which was helpful) but also simultaneously berating the waiter.....it was a bit amateur to put it politely. Starters were ok, foie gras and terrine, We complained about our mains, the chicken dish was very dry and tasteless, my curry was watery, lacking depth of flavour and over cooked rice and broccoli, which was soggy. The chef emerged and apologised so profusely it was almost embarrassing. The deserts were equally unspectacular. I must say we were quite shocked being served such badly executed food in France, in fact, after decades of travel in France this was a first for us. I could not recommend this place to anyone unfortunately, and will not be returning. Yes I apologized a lot because you were so heavy from the beginning to the end. Good luck to the other restaurants you will visit
4 based on 163 reviews
OK, I'm maybe biased because I live in Sauve, but the 'Troquet' is a regular weekend meeting place for myself and friends. The menu changes all the time, but there is always a substantial meat dish, vegetarian items and tapas type choices. The young owners seem to conjure up a special atmosphere, with art exhibitions and concerts in the spacious back room. In Summer the terrace is always full, so get there early to ensure a place. You might see some of Sauve's many musicians, including myself, having an impromptu session in the open air. Many of the players are pros. Credit cards aren't accepted. Something for every taste and budget.
4 based on 476 reviews
From the greeting to the surprisingly good value for money I cannot fault a thing. Lovely setting serving delicious, fresh, modern cuisine. They also have a good simple childrenâs menu understanding that kids like simple flavours. Excellent.
4 based on 554 reviews
This is a very pleasant place that takes itself seriously and does everything right - except serve memorable food. It was very odd - dish after dish arrived looking exactly like the real thing (including a whole roast chicken with a carving knife stuck promisingly in its perfect golden breast) only to fail to deliver in the mouth. That chicken, for example, was dull and bland. The place is busy, so it must be doing something right - but not for us that lunchtime.
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