Where to eat Mediterranean food in Saint-Siffret: The Best Restaurants and Bars

May 18, 2021 Augustus Redeker

Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Saint-Siffret including L'Estanquet, La Voute, Midi a l'Ombre, D'Ici et D'Ailleurs, Les Deux Freres d'Uzes, Trattoria Bettina Et Bettino, La Fille des Vignes, La Famille, La Petite Gare, La Boca

10. La Boca

3 rue du Plan de l Oume, 30700, Uzes France French, Mediterranean, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Outdoor Seating, Seating +33 4 66 02 01 79 http://www.facebook.com/La-Boca-Uz%C3%A8s-696375460466668/
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4 based on 86 reviews

La Boca

Reviewed By TommyT384

Boca is one of the best restaurants in Uzès. Delicious cuisine that perfectly balances creativity and familiarity. The menu changes daily, usually with just two choices each for appetizer, main course, and dessert. It's easy for couples -- just order one of everything so you can experience all the flavors. It's a small operation, just the chef, one waitress, a handful of tables out in the courtyard, and 2 or 3 tables inside. Because of that, and because of its reputation, I highly suggest making reservations. The first couple of times we tried to get in we were turned away, and we were in town during slow season. But do go. This is one of the restaurants I would list as essential in Uzès.

9. La Petite Gare

435 Route d Uzes Ancienne gare, 30210 Vers-Pont-du-Gard France French, Mediterranean, European, International, Fusion Lunch, Dinner Seating, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Win [email protected] +33 4 66 03 40 67 http://www.lapetitegare.net
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4 based on 346 reviews

La Petite Gare

Étendu sur une propriété de plus de 4000 m2 à l’entrée de la pittoresque localité de Vers-Pont-du-Gard sur la route d’Uzès, à seulement 5 mn du Pont du Gard, site classé patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO, et 10km du Duché d’Uzès, labellisé «.ville d’art et d

Reviewed By Sardin A

We had a nice romantic dinner in this former train station „La petite gare“ which has been nicely redecorated. The terrace is next to the railway line which was discontinued (lovely big trees next to the railway route). The dishes are of somewhat varying quality but overall quite tasty. Service is good and friendly too. A nice spot for a romantic summertime dinner.

8. La Famille

9 Place aux Herbes, 30700, Uzes France French, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +33 9 72 83 90 76 http://www.facebook.com/lafamilleuzes/
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4 based on 157 reviews

La Famille

Reviewed By cletessier

We had dinner several times at La Famille. Very friendly staff, great assortment of tasty tapas and a very decent wine list. Low key and friendly environment. We enjoyed every second of our dinners at that restaurant.

7. La Fille des Vignes

18 Place Albert 1er, 30700, Uzes France Fusion, French, Mediterranean, European Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +33 4 66 04 17 46 http://lafilledesvignes.com/
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4 based on 592 reviews

La Fille des Vignes

Reviewed By Nidgehammer

We came here on a warm Sunday evening after an afternoon of light drinking in need of some carbs to satisfy our hunger and we’re glad we chose this restaurant in the town centre.Under different circumstances I may have tried their Vietnamese offerings but every one of us (bar one who had lamb shank) chose their home made burger with roast potatoes which was delicious and exactly what we needed.It was very busy for a Sunday evening as people were being turned away, so we were glad we arrived before the rush to enjoy cold beers and a decent bottle of red while we ate and watched the world go by.

6. Trattoria Bettina Et Bettino

8 boulevard des Allies, 30700, Uzes France Italian, Mediterranean, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +33 4 66 75 94 74 http://www.facebook.com/Trattoria-Bettino-et-Bettina-847774648632214
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4 based on 309 reviews

Trattoria Bettina Et Bettino

Reviewed By Jill J

We went for a birthday lunch. The waiting staff a little tardy but the meal was excellent.I had the filet Mignon and husband the osso Boca. Both very nicely cooked and with a great selection of vegetables. My risotto with peas was great along with courgettes.We were both a little outfaced with the quantity but all and all a splendid meal.

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5. Les Deux Freres d'Uzes

5 boulevard Charles Gide, 30700, Uzes France French, Mediterranean, European, Wine Bar Lunch, Dinner Outdoor Seating, Seating, Street Parking, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Reservations, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +33 9 81 12 04 00 http://www.les2freresduzes.com
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4 based on 255 reviews

Les Deux Freres d'Uzes

Reviewed By Robin B

Sadly this is a review of the service and attitude of one of the 2 brothers as opposed to the food. Even more disappointing as we couldn't get a table last year so we were eagerly awaiting this meal. We arrived on time for our booking to a cold greeting to say the least. The next comment was "Here are the menus, I assume you're all fluent in French". As it happens I am so am always pleased to be translator but any need for the bad attitude?We then asked if there was a kids menu. He pointed to the fact that they do not have one and it is stated on the menu. Fair enough but normally people offer am alternative, for example a smaller portion! His comment was that children aren't the target market...Maybe not but we are and they will be in the future, if they have one!We left and went to one of the many other excellent restaurants in Uzes with more welcoming hosts.Cher Monsieur My brother and I we thank you very much for your review of last week.However we deeply regret that your experience with les Deux Frères d’Uzès did not correspond to your expectations. There might be a misunderstanding between you and us, as our spot is first a wine cave before being a restaurant. As such, we serve a wide range of regional wines per bottle or by the glass around tapas or simple meals pairing with the selected beverages. Therefore, you might understand that we do not offer special meals for children, as they are not allowed to drink alcohol.We do hope that you have enjoyed your stay in Uzès and that you have found another restaurant which was more convenient to you and your very young child.Regards

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4. D'Ici et D'Ailleurs

1 boulevard Victor Hugo, 30700, Uzes France French, Moroccan, Mediterranean Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Street Parking, Wine and Beer +33 9 80 93 22 92 https://www.facebook.com/DIci-et-DAilleurs-Uz%C3%A8s-1862500564003176/?ref=py_c
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4 based on 134 reviews

D'Ici et D'Ailleurs

Reviewed By KinnyGraham

Apparently this place only opened around June '17 - we noticed it while exploring the town and decided to book it for an evening meal for 4 of us.Very glad we did - attentive service and delicious food with good variety on offer (a little from France, and a little from further afield as the name implies).We ate outside, under the walls of the Cathedral (there are tables there in a quiet little alleyway which reaches the Place de Herbes) and it made for a very pleasant dining experience all told.Wish the owners all the best with their venture but based on our experince am sure this place will be a success.

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3. Midi a l'Ombre

9 rue Xavier Sigalon, 30700, Uzes France French, Mediterranean, Contemporary, Gastropub Lunch, Dinner Delivery, Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Private Dining [email protected] +33 4 66 22 47 08 http://www.midialombre.com/
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4 based on 329 reviews

Midi a l'Ombre

A haven of peace in the heart of Uzes. Situated next to the cinema, we welcome you for the lunch and the dinner in our magnificent raised and shaded garden or you will appreciate peace and serenity in any discretion. The ideal lounge terrace for an aperit

Reviewed By Nidgehammer

A very large wedding party gathered here for dinner the night before the wedding, it had been planned meticulously but the whole evening was spoiled by an incompetent and rude owner/chef who was incapable of organising his troops.The food came out ridiculously late and was only average at best, an over-fussy scallop starter was followed by an over cooked and poor quality steak - the whole table was underwhelmed by the offerings. If you’re incapable of providing decent food for such numbers then you shouldn’t attempt to do so.The setting in the garden was lovely which is why I’ve given two stars, he certainly doesn’t get any for customer service. He made the fluent French speaking bride-to-be cry and was lucky that the groom didn’t understand his ranting or he probably wouldn’t be cooking again for a while.Bonjour," Permettez moi de m'exprimer dans ma langue maternelle comme vous le faites" Puisque vous avez l'outrecuidance de déposer ce commentaire délétère je ne puis que vous répondre et comme nous le disons en France : " Remettre l'église au milieu du village" afin de revenir à plus d'honnêteté et de précisions!Les organisateurs " futurs mariés" m'ont sollicité dès le mois d'avril pour l'organisation d'un repas d'avant mariage pour une soixantaine de personnes le 21 septembre: ils se sont déplacés en juin pour découvrir le lieu et goûter notre cuisine et ont validé avec enthousiasme leur demande.J'ai accepté la privatisation du lieu " sans frais" ,J'ai accepté le choix de deux menus avec chacun mise en bouche - deux entrées - deux plats - fromages ou dessertJ'ai considéré avec professionnalisme les spécificités de goût précisé et cela va de soit les allergiesAu terme d’un nombre important d’échanges de mail j'ai obtenu un tableau excel avec pour chacun des convives présents nommés ligne à ligne par leur prénom et nom leurs choix respectifs d’entrée, plats, fromage ou dessert.Cette liste m'a permis d'anticiper quelques préparations mais je vous confirme que nous sommes un restaurant de tradition où nous cuisinons et dressons " minutes" ! Ce qui avait séduit vos hôtes quand ils sont venus découvrir notre " cuisine".Après une bonne heure d'apéritif sur la terrasse, les convives se sont dirigés vers le jardin dressé pour le dîner.Nous avions dressé 8 tables de différent nombre de places ; et alors que j'avais pris le soin la semaine précédente de demander aux organisateurs s'ils pouvaient me communiquer les plans de tables, ils m'ont répondus qu'il n'y en aurait pas et que les gens se plaçaient comme ils le souhaitaient!C'est pourquoi, il a fallu tout d’abord que tout le monde trouve sa place, celle qui lui convienne quitte à modifier la disposition des tables; cela prend du temps; pour que je puisse (et cela par obligation de choix délibéré des organisateurs) solliciter l'organisatrice pour m'accompagner table par table pour renseigner mes bons de commande entrée - plats - dessert afin de préparer, dresser et servir par table.En effet, je ne connaissais pas Pierre, Paul, Jacques, Mathilde etc ....et cela a pris un peu de temps; si vous aviez eu une meilleure formule j'étais preneur. Sérieusement j'aurai du imposer un menu unique comme je le fais à l'habitude avec tous les groupes et comme la majorité des organisateurs le demande comprenant bien la difficulté de l'exercice imposé!S'agissant de votre appréciation culinaire je ne retiendrais que les nombreux commentaires élogieux des personnes de votre groupe en me saluant à leur départ; il en faut pour tous les goûts. ( cf commentaire sur Tripadvisor de membres de votre groupe « slclondon » !)Concernant vos qualificatifs déplacés, permettez moi de préciser qu'à aucun moment je n'ai manqué de courtoisie ou de politesse envers qui que ce soit, alors que j'aurai pu avec légitimité.Je m'explique:Des invités qui veulent faire le service du vin eux-mêmes en se servant…dans les chambres froides !Des invités qui changent de place pour le dîner après avoir confirmé leur commande à une autre table !Des invités qui infirment leur commande pourtant spécifiées sur le tableur excel , et qui demandent autre chose que leur choix ! avec véhémence…Des invités qui plutôt que de demander de pouvoir bénéficier d’une prise pour charger leur appareil , débranchent tout simplement la prise principale d’alimentation du desk caisse et coupent l’ensemble du système comptable du restaurant ! C’est ce dernier point qui m’a fait réagir vis-à-vis des organisateurs en les informant de ce comportement inadmissible et fort préjudiciable pour moi. (perte des données de la journée !), d’autant que je découvrais alors que le règlement ne serait pas unique comme convenu mais que chaque convive réglerait sa note ? Pour seule réponse : « C’est Ton problème » !! Enfin, les quelques larmes de votre amie future mariée ne sont pas de mon fait ! N’ayant que fait l’informer, mais plutôt l’appréhension de son futur qui a du me dire une quinzaine de fois « SHUT UP » sans réaction de ma part…Elle m’a remercié et salué alors qu’un dernier « shut up » m’était adressé….Pour finir, un groupe de quelques jeunes femmes a souhaité vérifier les règlements CB? ce à quoi je ne me suis pas opposé tellement surpris (cela n’est jamais arrivé dans mon établissement) et affairé à vérifier mes paiements. C’est lorsque que l’une d’elle a tenté de se saisir de billets dans ma caisse que je me suis opposé ! Mais c’est quoi ces manières ? Et j’ai alors demandé à ce petit groupe de sortir du restaurant et d’arrêter ce qui devenait du harcèlement moral.Oui j’avais privatisé le restaurant mais je demeure chez moi et tous les comportements déviants ne sont pas permis.Je vous confirme que je me suis finalement assis sur l’équivalent de 4 repas non réglés et je regrette d’avoir accepté cette soirée Respectueusement, Serge LEB

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2. La Voute

20 Place aux Herbes, 30700, Uzes France French, Mediterranean, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible +33 4 34 32 09 70 http://www.facebook.com/Restaurant-La-Vo%C3%BBte-1665663283678421
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4 based on 348 reviews

La Voute

Reviewed By John G

The restaurant is basically outside but partly under some arches hence the name.I had the grilled St.Marcellin cheese which was a little bowl of melted cheese,followed by tuna steak served with a vegetable salsa and a little bowl of cheesey mashed potato. The tuna was perfectly cooked and was delicious.For dessert I had the banoffee pie which was tasty and surprisingly light.Excellent service and great ambience.129€ for four was good value considering the rest of the party had 6 glasses of wine amongst them

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1. L'Estanquet

rue des Ecoles, 30700 Saint-Maximin, Uzes France French, Mediterranean, European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service [email protected] +33 4 66 22 93 24 http://www.estanquet-30.fr/
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4 based on 265 reviews

L'Estanquet

Reviewed By EFPV

Staying in St Maximin we wanted somewhere local. We were recommended Le Tracteur but found the staff rude and unwelcoming. We should have tried L'Estanquet first! So friendly. The owners could not have been more welcoming. The food, too, lived up to the enthusiasm of the patrons. Delicious. Between us we had sea bass,rabbit, squid Niçoise and veal; all agreeing that they were wonderful. Puddings, too, were lovely. When we return to Uzès next year we shall return to L'Estanquet

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