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This place was recommended by our hotel. We didn't eat here but stopped for a drink - great location to see Beziers life going by - especially around the near by 'Halles' - covered market which is ,strangely for France, open on a Sunday.
Béziers in the winter is quiet. Understandably so. Holidayers will prefer the warmer months, but we had other business to attend to, hence the unseasonal visit. And while it was cool it wasn’t unpleasant; the weather alternated between watery sunshine and a persistent drizzle. Not...More
This was lunch with a tour, and I can no longer remember exactly what we ate, most likely salmon, but everything was delicious and beautifully plated. Almost all the food in Occitanie was wonderful, but this was outstanding.
We were the only guests on a Monday night in October. Everything was beautifully cooked and the bread, which was made in house was just fabulous. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and will be going back again soon. On HE night we were there,, the chef...More
The restaurant is situated at a very nice square, so the athmosphere is very cosy and romantic. We had a table outside, and since they are showing a ligth show at the church at the time (which was really cool) the restaurant had a three...More
Open on a Monday evening. Quality food at a fair price. Nice location better outside than in. Very French so e.g your tuna will be only just seared. But bread is fresh and food generally what you would expect from the menu. A new discovery...More
We were not disappointed with this place, as we toured around Beziers trying numerous restaurants to sample the Languedoc food. The starter of asparagus with anchovy sauce was sublime. The main course of bull stew was layered with an olive based sauce, which added an...More