Reviews on Mediterranean food in Puget-sur-Argens, Le Muy, including Le Bistrot des Amis, Les Jardins De L'Orangeraie, Evelyne . com a La Maison, Le Basilic - Frejus, A Table, La Pergolade, Texture Lieu De Vie, Le Mazet du Basilic, L'Absolu, Brasero
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5 based on 98 reviews
We visited yesterday for lunch because the menu looked really interesting. Nothing disappointed, except that the pudding we wanted was sold out! The ladies waiting on tables were welcoming, friendly and helpful. With a view of the marina, we ate sardines and snails for starters and mains of dorade on risotto ( delicious), and grilled pork, also highly recommended by other half, all cooked to order. Two glasses of lovely rose, and water, all for 38 euros! A restaurant that really needs to be tried, highly recommended. We will definitely be back next time we are here.
4 based on 291 reviews
I eat with my boyfriend in this restaurant for dinner.The restaurant it's really beautiful, modern and cozy!The waiters are friendly and available.they have a wide selection of inviting dishes ( I would like to tried all of them )The quality of the products is good and the presentations are really beautiful.the price is right for what they offer.I recommend it!!
4 based on 285 reviews
Finally a local restaurant with good food, good service and a small but decent wine selection. Dine indoors with A/C, or on the large patio under umbrellas. Plenty of parking. Experienced local owner and chef deliver very good lunches and dinner at reasonable prices. Daily specials, excellent, well trained service personnel. New restaurants have opened in the area this year, but Le Basilic is worth a detour.
5 based on 153 reviews
Small menu but the quality is excellent if you are looking for great fish and seafood No pizza, no burgers and no frozen ingredients. Service was great as well
4 based on 257 reviews
Afin qu'Ã aucun moment il ne soit fait d'amalgame,le restaurant "LA PERGOLADE" prÃ©cise qu'il n'est pas en charge de toutes les questions se rapportant Ã la pÃªche; horaires,tarifs, poissons. La Direction
Just returned from our second visit to this lovely restaurant. The first was in June and was equally good.The service and setting are excellent. We had live music which was of a good standard and the food was excellent. I had the buffalo mozzarella which was about the best I have ever had. The fish was delicious and the cheese was outstanding. The lady in charge was charming and whilst she spoke excellent English was patient and kind enough to suffer our excruciating attempts at French all night. Highly recommended.
4 based on 300 reviews
Day trip to Frejus. Whilst the historic town area was 'ok' cannot say worth a return visit as cannot compare to laces nearer our Antibes base. Anyway whilst there we selected 'a table' for lunch tased on TA reviews and were not disappointed. It is very small and a little outside the main Rea (only a few minutes walk). Sat outside and I had duck leg with potato whilst the others shared a goats salad and nice home made chips.
4 based on 228 reviews
Fantastic. The most friendly welcome. We are wine makers and when we asked for advice were recommended the cheapest wine on the menu, which was great. We ate the menu du jour (moules marinÃ¨res) with the dessert du jour (fondant choco poire) and homemade profiteroles. When we asked for a dessert wine, we were presented with a bucket of muscat each, which was also delicious. We were also recommended, earlier in our visit, to eat at L'Amandier, a restaurant round the corner. The staff were friendly but we had a hair in our very dry apperitif cake and were placed, bizarrely at the back of the windowless restaurant with the other two occupied tables. Nobody sat in the front three tables that had natural light? We paid far more and felt shut away from the world. We would recommend wholeheartedly this simple little treasure and we will return!bonjour!!!!!Merci beaucoup pour votre choix. Ravis que vous soyez satisfaits de votre passage chez nous. Effectivement, nous preferons proposer de la qualitÃ© plutÃ´t que des prix Ã©levÃ©s, mÃªme en matiÃ¨re de vin. Ceci dit je ne connais pas personnellement le restaurant que vous avez mentionnÃ©, merci pour l'info, Ã§a me donnera l'occasion d'aller tester moi qui adore ce type de dÃ©cors....
4 based on 195 reviews
This review is 50% for Roquebune-sur-Argens and 50% for Evelyne. We come to Roquebrune once a year and love it. It's one of the most authentic non-pretentious villages in the South Of France. Maybe it's because it's inland, away from the coast and crowds. It's a working, lived in village and a relief from the upturned noses of Le Cote d'Azur. It's friendly if you are. It's so quiet and sums up all of the best things about France... a medieval square with a great regular cafe that makes the perfect cafe au lait or draft beer or Pastis. Watch the footy or just listen for the hourly church bells. We went here for our coffee after Evelyne. We rang in advance on the Sat morn and booked for Sat lunch. Got a lovely table for 4 outside. We were all completely unadventurous and went for lamb steaks and chips. Lamb cooked perfectly (medium rare with Rosemary) and chips you rarely get in France - like the english ones your mum (or dad if he was good) used to make. Well-done and lots of salt. Deserts, like the mains, were simple - crepes, strawberries and cream etc. Home cooked food kept simple and cooked perfectly is what Evelyne is about. Meal with half a carafe of rose (& cokes for the kids) for 2 adults and 2 children (mains and desert) came to â¬60 or Â£45. Our Frank (8) described his lamb as 'legendary'. I don't want to over-do-it as it's the simplicity of Roquebrune and Evelyne that does it for us every time. Just about perfect. 4 stars only because I'm a realistic (expect the worst and hope for the best).
4 based on 383 reviews
Fresh produce, traditional French cuisine with a twist, romantic and peaceful atmosphere, great selection of local wines Lunch set menus at 14â¬50, 17â¬ or 19â¬ according to availability. Come and discover our Ã la carte or our Â« lâOrangeraie Â» set menu at 3
We tried Les Jardins De L'Orangeraie after reading the reviews on trip advisor and were not disappointed. A beautiful setting, really friendly welcome and great food - if you are after somewhere nice to eat this is the place.
5 based on 79 reviews
This little bistro is most certainly in one of the strangest finds ever. Located on an new office / business development this bistro serves unpretentious meals with flair and panache whilst maintaining a very relaxed family atmosphere. The menu is varied, well cooked and served hot. You can see the chefs working their magic as the kitchen is open plan. There is extensive open air seating or a large inside area should the weather prove inclement.Reasonably priced limited wine list serving the best from the local area. Excellent free parking.One suggestion is that when dusk falls some form of table lighting might be provided to create even more ambience.
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