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Came for dinner. The food was very good indeed. The menu was in French - no translation available. The welcome which we received was friendly and the service was very good and we were allowed to practice our French. We perched on high stools at...More
We discovered this place by accident as we walked through Toulouse. Its a little way out of the centre but well worth the walk. The place was nearly full but the waitress found us a table for two out on the pavement. The restaurant is...More
Small place very cozy and charming. The service was perfect, The waitress is very frendeu and helpful. We ordered 2 rizottos and as a start meal a mix of Jamon para negra, tomatoes compotte and garlic. The wines options are good and everything for a...More
It's been rated as one of the best places in Toulouse. I went, I saw, I agreed. It doesn't look much at first bu looks are deceptive, even if, like me, you don't eat meat. Two scrumptious taps did it all. Amazing.
We were originally going to go to another restaurant, but decided that we wanted something other than traditional Sourhwestern cuisine. This is a tapas restaurant with a southwestern flare, which seemed like a fun thing to do, since there were 5 of us.
If you want cool, if you want funky, if you want imaginative: Chez Peio in Toulouse is the place to go.
On the Avenue Honoré Serres between the Canal du Midi and Boulevard d’Arcole and Boulevard Lascrosses, in a busy section of Toulouse, it’s a...More