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We went there for diner with our 2 kids for diner. A lot of choice from the menu and were happy with the food and service. The owner is a very friendly american. Go there if you are in the neighbourhood. Good price / quality...relation!More
If you are in the Ginestas area, definitely stop in and check out L'Oncle Jules. You won't be disappointed by any aspects of it. The owners are charming and fun to talk to. There is a delightful outdoor patio in the back with a stage...where they have bands once a month. The wines are primarily local, and there is a very nice selection no matter you are in the mood for. There is not an extensive menu, but there isn't supposed to be, and what there is is delicious. I had the boudin noir, which came in thick slabs on lightly toasted baguette. It was buttery smooth and hearty. And you cannot beat the prices. A million thanks to Jane and Tap for a great evening.More
This is a hidden gem. Great choice of local wines and food at reasonable price. The service is warm and friendly and the staff knowledgable about the local wines. The atmosphere encourages a long lingering evening.
We will be back.
Lovely welcome, nice inexpensive wines and the beer wasn't too bad either (served bit cold for me). Seems like the locals mix with holiday makers at ease (thank you folks) and the small food plates go down pretty well too.
totally changed, rose was oxidised - i.e. peach coloured not rose and tasted odd, they did not know what we were talking about but changed it for a white immediately, snack food was very basic and not very pleasant but homemade fries were excellent, nowhere...to sit in courtyard to hear music, old inside of bar closed, only seating was outside on rickety chairs and fold up tables in street with music separated by a very high wall, food served on street from trestle tables but lots of people there so obviously some people like it!More
Serving tapas and charcuterie and cheese platters to help soak up the alcohol. There is a lovely open air terrace behind the building filled with old school chairs and tables which is perfect for draining a couple of bottles of local rosé....
Great atmosphere, good wine and a variety of Tapas. You might be lucky and drop in on a live music night as well, regardless don't expect to get home early. Good variety of local wines of course but also some interesting beers as well. Visit...once and you will return!More