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One of my fave restaurants in the world. Superb Provencale cuisine, charming and attentive team plus a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere. Love it and have been coming back for 11 years. Here's to the next time!
Set in the heart of the village it's the place to meet for a drink or lunch. Good selecton of wine and beer. Good kitchen and friendly staff. Can be busy and you may need to book in summer! But winter is normally closed. Great...terrace to watch the world go by...More
My family and I have visited Cotignac for the last 4 years for 3 weeks at a time. We have tried most of the restaurants but we come here most frequently. The staff is very friendly, the food and drinks are wonderful and the setting...is perfect. Situated right on the Main Street, there is great people watching. There is a huge awning that ensures all tables are well shaded. Every time we order a new dish, we fall in love, and still love our old favorites. Try the escargot, squid (or maybe it’s cuttlefish - I don’t speak French) and the Dorade. Oh, and the desserts are phenomenal! Salut!More
During our stay(s) in Cotignac we always go to the very good restaurant Hotel du Cours in the Cotignac village! We tried several other restaurants but the Hotel Restaurant du Cours is the very best!
The food is in traditionel Provencale tradition with a creative...touch !
The personel is very friendly and always there with creative solutions !
Guillaume and Beatrice Bol
We had very nice dinner experience in this local restaurant in the heart of the beautiful Cotignac. You should definitely book a table, as this place is always full. We took the menu, which was 25 euros/person. Very good value for your money! For starters...we had the famous fish soup, which was very tasty. For the mains we took meat and fish, which were delicious. The dessert was good. Service was a bit slow, but you could definitely understand that, because the place was full. Nice atmosphere and good food.More
The tone for the evening was set when the owner kindly lent us some mosquito spray which we had forgotten to bring, as we were sitting outside on the terrace. It seemed that many of the patrons were locals and the owner embraced most of...them personally.
Luckily we booked early at 7pm as by 7.30pm the restaurant was full (on a Monday night!). This meant that we managed to eat both entrees and mains before some tables had even received their starters.
Our family of five enjoyed a terrific dinner at Restaurant du Cours. We ordered four 25 Euro menus and one at 22 Euro, which were all great value.
The shrimp entree was simple but sweet, served with an intense sauce on the side. The fish soup came with all the traditional trimmings: toasted croutons, rouille and grated Gruyere. It was less sweet than other versions, but with a marvellous concentrated flavour. The entree of camembert alone was worth the visit; a whole wheel of cheese baked with herbs, served with finger croutons and salad. It’s very rich, so sharing with someone else’s entree is a good idea.
The lamb tagine and beef daube were outstanding: melt-in-the mouth meat served with couscous and fresh home-made tagliatelle, respectively. The trout was perfectly cooked, retaining it’s moistness, although the osso bucco was a little dry. The lamb and beef were definitely the winners.
Dessert was also excellent: the creamy cassis sorbet was a favourite, the almond and pear tart recommended, and the creme brûlée was delicious!More