Had dinner there with the girls. Very 1st encounter with... a live lobster, frogs legs and a very nice white Gaillac. The food was good (duck, fish) and we had a very good time. Wine was great!
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We were trying to have lunch at 2:30 pm, when most ‘good’ French restaurants are closed. By chance, we found Le Coq d’Or, which looked very comfortable from outside. The food turned out to be also very good, the price was very reasonable, the service...More
Centrally located restaurant and was a short walk from Novotel. We found the salad was not fresh. The cod ordered was good. However, it was served with fried and chopped vegetables. They were really greasy.
Perfect place to have a dinner with family if you are passing by the Pierre Goudoli Garden. I was having crab gratin and some ravioli rosa, while my father chose the filet au poivre and my mother some Idaho ruby crout. The staff was always...More
I have been dining in this restaurant for almost 10 years. Even though it changed owners, it still serves the best raw sea food in Toulouse. The oysters / raw seafood are fresh and the menu is fit for any taste. The restaurant is elegant...More
Nice restaurant specialising in fresh seafood. Friendly English speaking staff, very efficient and helpful. Menu in French and English and reasonably priced. Portions reasonable and food very well prepared and tasty. Frogs legs a ' must try ' if available.
We needed to eat early evening and found everywhere closed till 7pm. Stumbled upon this at 6 and they served us with quick and very nice service. The gravadlax was very delicious, great fresh bread and dill sauce. Mains were dorade and sole meunière, both...More
Through force of circumstances, I visited this address three times in the space of two weeks. The first time, it was the only place in the vicinity where I could get a meal just after 14:30 in the afternoon. The second, we were invited for...More
My husband and I came across this restaurant after deciding against going to the restaurant we actually reserved at. We found Le Coq d'Or had good food and great service. Upon finding out that we spoke little French, the waitress kindly switched to English and...More
Sea food restaurant. Just stopped in for a drink and was very surprised to see a bar special which included a glass of good wine, 3 beautiful oysters on the half shell and 4 other kind of shell clam whose name I forget. All for...More