3 based on 214 reviews
The team of the Restaurant Pizzeria Le saint Pierre welcomes you in the heart of the old town of Gaillac,a village built up around the wine industry, 15 minutes from Albi.Our homemade pizzas, made from Italien flour, slowly matured, baked in a wood oven,
We often go in as a large family and the waitress ALWAYS has something kind to say, the chef gives his salut and we're seated. The kids love the pizzas and fries, we love the salads and everyone enjoys desserts made a la maison. We enjoy going for lunch or dinner. Also, they just redecorated!
3 based on 16 reviews
This was a meal on our last night. It was a while you wait pizza restaurant, take away or it in. Food was great, fresh and staff very helpful & pleasant.
4 based on 100 reviews
Mainly Italian but also some French food on the menu. English-speaking, very friendly waitresses. Excellent thin crust pizzas. The salad starters are delicious. As is the EntrecÃ´te and chips and Calzone. Great place for a mid-week, cheap and cheerful meal. No frills. Doesn't need to be any. It is exactly as it promises to be. Great for lunch - lots of local French people there, which is always a good sign. Clean loos. Does take away too if you phone and order in advance. A happy little place to pop in if you don't feel like cooking.
3 based on 168 reviews
Plus point is a wide choice on menu. The chap who used to wait on tables and hold the service together is now chained to the stove and pizza oven consequently untrained staff are left floundering and are hopeless. Outside terrace defeats point of eating en pleine aire as this is the smokers' area and is very disagreeable. Had a burger which was over cooked, served with an untoasted ciabatta bun and congealed chips. Not nice. Fellow diners seemed to fare better but service wrecked meal and at â¬22 for one course and 33cl of vrac wine is a rip off. Won't be going back, or have I said that before?
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