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Reviewed July 31, 2020

A perfect ending of our holiday. Pure and honest food. Tastes perfect In balance. Friendly staff giving us good advice. Welcoming towards our 2 dogs. We will be back next year

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed October 9, 2019

We had a lovely dinner at the restaurant. The fish and the tartar were excellent! Great food and great hospitality. Highly recommended!!

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed May 10, 2018 via mobile

We stumbled on this small good resto near to our quirky hotel. We were delighted with our choice of the Menu du jour. Three of us had asparagus with light lemon crème. The fourth had the red roasted peppers with a small tomato salad. All...delicious and served quite creatively. For main plates two had magret and two had gambas. Again a delicious non pretentious serving with roasted potatoes and vegetables. For dessert all were pleased with their fresh strawberries with a hint of green pepper served on crispy waffles with mint tinged whip cream. Light and tasty. The wine was local white and quite above standard—Lancry of Languedoc. All in all an easy place to recommend when you are in Sommieres.More

Date of visit: May 2018
Reviewed October 26, 2017

Although regulars to Sommieres, we have only been using this restaurant for the last 12 months and that's our loss - although we seem determined to catch up! We always receive a friendly welcome, although we have never booked, they always find a place for...us, in a full restaurant. It's full for a reason - it's a good restaurant. We always eat from the set menu which presently is €29 for three courses. The menu varies from visit to visit but the food is always good and well presented. Would I go back? Yes, Yes and Yes!More

Date of visit: October 2017
Reviewed October 22, 2017 via mobile

Visited this restaurant with family and 10 month old grandchild .Staff very welcoming and supplied high chair for infant ,have had some issues with availability at many restaurants whilst on holiday . Tapas really nice and well presented ,wine lovely and good price .enjoyed meal...and although we sat outside the inside space was very nice too .The only issue we found in nearly all restaurants in France was no baby changing facilities ,come on France sort this ,just a table folded down from wall is all that is needed ,had to change baby on bathroom floor . Would definitely visit again .More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed September 17, 2017

A pleasantly good restaurant on a Tuesday evening in September in Sommieres. The menu choices surprised us, and the meals from the choices we made were of very good quality. The white wine (a Languedoc from Chateau Lancyre) was very tasty and of much better...quality than expected. The service was very open, friendly and welcoming. The special treat at the end was the abricot desert, very special! Absolutly recommendable, and more than good value for the quality and atmosphere offered.More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed July 4, 2017

We were recommended the restaurant by a local lady. We were warmly welcomed to a nice table and the service was lovely. The menu was a regularly changing blackboard with a good choice of meat and fish. For starter I had the salmon tartare with...beetroot. We then both had John Dory on savoury rice pudding with mange touts, and I had a pineapple dish to follow. Everything seemed lovely till the middle of the night when my tum started rumbling. Unable to eat breakfast, I had some hot water. That did the trick of speeding up the exit in the wrong direction. My partner was fine, so I expect that it was the salmon that did for me and the rest of my holiday. I wont be going back.More

Date of visit: June 2017
Reviewed July 2, 2016 via mobile

Two great dinners in 3 days! Thanks to Alegria's poor service (2 doors down) we found Le Nulle by luck. And we are glad we did. Le Nulle is a special place with 3 different dining atmosphere offerings. Whether its Alfresco style, bistro style or...in the quaint ancient feeling cave. We dined in both the bistro and the cave. Here’s what you need to know.....the duck is phenomenal. So is the beef tartar and the very unusual melon entree. Aymric (owner) introduced us to Peuch Haut winery to compliment our dinners. We made a friendship for life with Aymric, thanks to you and the team!More

Date of visit: June 2016
Reviewed November 7, 2015

A proper dinner and lunch menu with mostly season and well-cooked simple fare. A proper children's menu that you're happy to buy your kids. Good wine list. The service tends to be a bit cold and whiny.

Date of visit: June 2015
Reviewed August 5, 2015

We went during the evening market on a Wednesday. Clientelle seemed to be mainly French, which for us was a good sign of good food, we had also been recommended this restaurant by a French person. One of our party had the Formule menu which...seemed fair for the price, the other people had different dishes from the main menu. Very surprisingly each dish came out with almost the same accompaniments of roasted tomatoes and a purée of roasted red peppers. We were all disappointed with the taste of these dishes. The desserts, apart from the profiteroles from the Formule menu, were tasteless and some items were not fresh - for example, the Cafe Gourmand, which normally is a great way to sample a selection of desserts, was terrible. It consisted of two mousses and two pieces of cake both of which were stale. The service was slow and inattentive, we even had to remind them to serve us drinks! It feels as if this once was a good restaurant but that they are now cutting far to many corners. In my mind they should have more serving staff, redesign their dishes so that the items on the plate match the main ingredient and not just add tomatoes and pepper purée to every plate. To finish they should also pay attention to how they serve their food, we were asked to keep our cutlery between courses despite having a meat starter and a fish main course, I would find this totally acceptable in a cafe at lunch time but not in this setting. Lastly, would you serve your guests food on plates that have cracks and broken edges?More

Date of visit: August 2015
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