Je'dor! I was in this city a lot of time and have eat in most restorans, the food was very great and beautifull, about prix - not expensive! Merci
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This small eaterie in a narrow lane near the central Place de la Comedie proved to be in a nice quiet spot, away from the hustle, bustle and noise of the aforementioned Place. Whilst certainly at the time of my visit - for lunch - the choice of tapas seemed very restricted, the main menu, albiet limited in choice, was... More
This town is an all-round gem. It's the real south of France, without the bling, mandarin coloured fake tans and ostentatious ickiness of the areas around St. Tropez and Nice. This square in particular was bedecked with excellent cafe's and restaurants. Not far away, the excellent comptoir de arc was superb, and don't miss the patisserie on Rue Jean Jacques... More
If you are looking for a place that actually acts like they want your business, which is rare in France, this is the place for you. Immediately they brought out water and greeted us. The menu had several options to choose from, all which sounded very tasty. They had a menu in English which was very helpful. They constantly would... More
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