Discover Restaurants offering the best Mediterranean food in Balaruc-les-Bains, Occitanie, France. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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4 based on 249 reviews
Shellâs DÃ©gustation! Producteurs or OÃ¿sters, fresh food for good mood! Donât Forget to reserve your table ! Sea fruits, Iron Healt !
Living in the area since nearly a decade, I have been extremly well surprised by this dinner out in Bouzigues at L'Arseillere as it offered my fiancÃ©e and I the exact gastronomic scenery we were expecting: perfect location facing Thau lake, oysters parks & the sunset, traditional architecture warmly coloured house & terrasse, warm hospitality & family owned business, friendly mix of local & tourists enjoying dinner, nice menu based on local products including Tielles sÃ¨toises & oysters produced by the founder of the restaurant, careful & merry service, nice playlist & delicious home-made fondants aux chocolats; what else!
4 based on 569 reviews
SituÃ© dans une ancienne maison de pÃªcheurs, mon restaurant est ouvert depuis 2011 , le petit bouzigues est le plus petit restaurant de bouzigues ( 18 couverts) , j'y sert une cuisine toute simple avec poissons ,crustacÃ©s et produits de la mer ." Ma cuisin
We went twice - once for lunch and once for dinner.Both meals were delicious. Seafood, fresh and beautifully cooked with simple accompaniments is what this place does superbly. The octopus was a revelation, the gambas were sweet and delcious, partner's John Dory had him in raptures. Oysters for starter - well, you are in Bouzigues.Florence was friendly and efficient as front of house.
4 based on 307 reviews
We had a very nice dinner choosing a tappas plate and a seafood plate. It proved to be a great choice. Very friendly service and limited waiting time although restaurant was quite full. Good choice of wine and salads too. On an earlier night we went to one of the bigger waterfront places and realized it was a mistake. La Garriguette is way above in terms of service, friendliness and atmosphere.
4 based on 992 reviews
Despite having spent a few holidays in Languedoc we had never made it to Bouzigues before. Very glad we did: picturesque and comparatively unspoilt village with lots of eating out choices. We chose Chez Alex Et Lucie on basis of the reviews and its attractive appearance. The positive reviews are well earned: great shellfish and fish and very accommodating service for my pigeon french. Recommend the monkfish and tarte tatin in particular.
4 based on 540 reviews
We left this restaurant until our last night as it looked a bit more special than the other restaurants itâs surrounded by. We were not disappointed.... The food is incredible; so are the drinks and the staff. Whilst the menu was somewhat limited, it would cater for all tastes and is very reasonably priced given the extremely high standard of what is served. We would urge anyone passing through the area to try this beautiful restaurant out :)
4 based on 506 reviews
The perfect hosts - welcoming and discretely attentive, a cosy atmosphere and great food at a good price. I will definitely go back to this restaurant.
4 based on 169 reviews
Very good food-"home made" rapid service, very kind and smiley serveuse. Great quality value for money!
4 based on 323 reviews
We loved sitting in the little patio area at the back of the restaurant under the stars. Service was great and very friendly. Food was a little different but we all enjoyed our meals. A great experience all round.
4 based on 404 reviews
If you are in SÃ©te on a Wednesday, you should visit the market. By your oysters directly from the "producteurs" and they bring them to the bar outside the markethall. The bar owner Adille an old hippie type will serve you glasses of white wine either Terre et mer or Muscat to the oysters. Very nice authentic.Concept: bring your own food!
4 based on 981 reviews
restaurant traditionnel situÃ© sur le port de SÃ¨te avec une terrasse vue sur le canal et les bateaux de pÃªche, des produits frais et de qualitÃ©s cuisinÃ©s avec le cÅur, une majoritÃ© de poissons frais cuisinÃ©s Ã la plancha, des plats et spÃ©cialitÃ©s sÃ©toises
What we love about SÃ¨te is its unpretentiousness. It is NOT "cute". Rather, it is still an authentic, working fishing port. Thus, while all of the canalside restaurants are in the tourist trade, they haven't transformed the place into something ridiculously twee. We had put Delices de Jade on our list of possible lunch restaurants, and when our hotel recommended it, we felt even better about it. It was December 21, and it was warm enough not only to eat outside, but to do so in a T-shirt and jeans -- I would have worn shorts had I been prepared. So I have no idea what the place is like inside. The owner and the staff are really extremely friendly and welcoming. I decided to go the whole hog: A SÃ¨toise thing called a tielle, which is a kind of octopus pie. I don't know what the best version of a tielle should be like, but I think that Delices de Jade's version is probably only pretty good, though its accompanying salad was very good. I also had 6 oysters on the side which were quite good though they could have been more chilled. As a main dish I had the bourride de lotte, which was fantastic. I thought I could squeeze dessert in, but, as in all restaurants in France, the dessert portion was enormous: an excellent pear-and-chocolate clafoutis with three huge dollops of chantilly on the side. The 3-course menu was 27 euros, plus 9 for the oysters a la carte, plus 4 for a draft beer. So 40 euros total. I think that's pretty darn good. We'd try Delices de Jade again the next time we're in SÃ¨te.
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