4.5 based on 69 reviews
I have been going to this restaurant since the '80s and have always found it a very good experience - except for this time. The food was uninteresting; a pigeon with some small whole beetroot was underwhelming and the desserts disappointing. One course I loved was the lobster ravioli, it had all the flavour and flair that I remembered from former visits.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Severely lacking in atmosphere and the food a little pretentious. Well priced for what you get but the wine is rather expensive. Could do with a facelift and some nice background music and improved lighting. Waitress was very nice if a little busy when we visited as she was on her own. Not the worst but could be a lot better with a bit of TLC.
4 based on 208 reviews
The restaurant is situated in a small street a bit away from the centre. Maybe this is the reason why I only discovered this restaurant only now although I visit Aurillac every year since 2004.
The interior and it's decoration is simple and the wood and beautiful local stones are the stars. The staff is very helpful, friendly and very efficient.
We were two and had a main course and cheese. My friend had a salad of warm goat cheese, potatoes, bacon and lattice. It was simple but very nice with good products and a nice dressing. I had a fillet of veal, girolle sauce with a gratin dauphinois. It was delicious. Good quality meat, the sauce had correct consistency and the gratin had the correct seasoning. Portions are also good. To accompany this we choose a small bottle Puisseguin-Saint-Emillion 2006. At 11 EUR it was correct.
As we prefer cheese rather than sweet to conclude a meal we took the plate of local cheeses. Unfortunately we could not choose, but the selection was made for us. It contained three local cheeses: Cantal, St Nectaire and Bleu d'Auvergne. The Cantal cheese was in our opinion a shame to be served in its own region. Even in Brussels we can find the same quality. But the St Nectaire and the Bleu d'Auvergne were very good as we are used to eat in the region.
Last but not least a small remark about the bread as it was of an excellent quality.
And during the coffee paid happily the 57.60 EUR and made plans to return soon this nice discovery.
4 based on 67 reviews
Un grand choix de pizzas savoureuses.....nous nous sommes régalés, la pâte est légère et goûteuse, et surtout pizzas bien garnies avec des produits frais. Pas de livraison à domicile mais ça vaut le coup d aller les chercher, accueil sympathique, et bonne odeur ...et on se régale ! Certainement les meilleures pizzas d Aurillac !
4 based on 158 reviews
Great place for fusion food when we finally found the place. Tried a menu with seafood, Really worth it!
4 based on 201 reviews
Nothing wrong really but number 2 here ? The outside Terrace is proof that can offer the most scabby space and put tables there and people will eat! Even if overlooked by broken windows
Pizza were well cooked and enjoyed by my wife and son. Although asking for a spicy pizza in France is pointless. The French seem to think Tomato Ketchup is spicy !
Cote de Boeuf was ok. Not best cut of meat but was tasty enough
Just think an OK place. That's all.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Champ des Vignes is a small restaurant in a side street in Aurillac. All it serves is good food and good wine. They don't do aperitifs, or soft drinks (apart from water), but the choice of wine is wide and generally excellent. A set lunch will set you back about 9 euros for a main course, or 10.5 for main course and desert. I usually come out of there with a bill of about 33 euros for two, for a main course, dessert, coffee and a half litre of good wine. In my experience, having eaten there about 6 times, the plat du jour has been confit de canard, steak, brochette de boeuf, or fish. It has always been very well prepared and served, and I have always left thinking that I had had a good deal, and that I would be back. I have never been disappointed and those who I have taken (French or English) have all enjoyed the restaurant.
In short, this is an excellent little restaurant for the price, and I would recommend it.
They also own the bar "La Fontaine" further down the street.
4.5 based on 167 reviews
4.5 based on 31 reviews
We jumped into this restaurant after sheltering from torrential rain and then deciding to run for it. There was no conscious decision to go here and when we first walked in (6.50pm Friday evening) it was empty, plus it smelled a tad musty. Being torrential rain outside we decided to stay and we are ever so glad we did.
The food was delicious! We had nems, ravioli soup and samousas starters. Nems? We asked the waitress and they are spring rolls, homemade too. Ravioli soup was hot and sour wonton soup, yum yum. Samousas is self explanatory. Chicken with ginger and veg main course as well as another of spicy pork plus stir fry rice and I wish I had it all in front of me now. Delicious. We had chosen a set meal which included dessert which we didn't want as we were too full (we'd left half the main courses and rice as there was far too much) so the lovely waitress took the cost off the bill, what a star she was.
I'd definitely visit again.
4 based on 147 reviews
We enjoyed the restaurant and had a very good meal (menu "Auvergnat"). We enjoyed the simplicity of the place while at the same time being able to eat incredibly well and for a fair price.
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