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“The menus are a real bargain”

Auberge de Bardigues
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Ranked #1 of 2 Restaurants in Bardigues
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $24 - $82
Cuisines: French
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Good for: Romantic, Large groups, Local cuisine, Families with children, Business meetings, Special occasions
Dining options: Late Night, Lunch, Delivery, Reservations
Reviewed November 25, 2013

When you consider that the menu is priced at a similar level to some quite basic cafes but here the style and standard is close to Michelin starred levels, it is no wonder it is always busy. Of course don't expect Foie Gras at those prices (there is a gourmet option, at a price) but the quality is built in and there is considerable imagination employed for even the simplest of dishes. Worth a detour, as they say in the guides!

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Reviewed November 20, 2013

Friends raved about this little gem tucked away in the hills in a quant village. Being November it was too chilly to take advantage of the stunning regional views so we ate inside. By 12.15 the place was full...the word's out! We went for the set three course menu though sorely tempted by the a la carte choices...we'll have to return for that. A delightful amuse bouche of caviar, quail egg and marscapone set the scene. Followed up with seared swordfish with a citrus garnish and mains of either roasted duck or pollack all prepared and presented excellently. Finishing off with a delicious prune tart,with ice cream and armagnac infused dressing ...to die for!We followed the sommelier's wine suggestions and were treated to truly wonderful wines. FOr the quality of food and service the price tag of 18 euros was sensational value. I'd rate this as one of the best regional meals we've had and will be back for sure. Make sure you don't miss out.

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Thank David R
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Reviewed October 29, 2013

Excellent three course lunch had on the veranda with friends. Loved the amuse bouche whilst deciding what to eat. Superb starters of tuna stir fry, oysters and fois gras followed by possibly the best steak I have ever eaten. I would of rated this meal as one of the best meals I have ever eaten if the service by one of the female waitresses had been better. She refused to smile, and put things on the table with a real attitude. I wasn't sure if it was because I was English or she just didn't like her job. The service was mainly by a young man who was excellent.

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Thank LouiseNicoll
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Reviewed October 8, 2013

A truly memorable meal. Go, go, go! A delicious menu accompanied by beautiful wines. It was so exciting to stumble on this gem.

Thank Liz H
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Reviewed October 3, 2013

From amuse bouches (Parmesan biscuit, squash purée with quails egg and salty ham, duck samosa) to coffee (with chocolate pebbles), our meal was beautifully presented, flavourful, interesting and enjoyable. Very helpful with offering an alternative starter and dessert for our friend with allergies. I enjoyed the mosaic of pork dressed with caper berries and olives, the beef with roasted vegetables and the chocolate tart topped with chasselas grapes and a served with a punchy cassis sorbet. The house wine was good, the service friendly and efficient. Slightly more expensive than a typical auberge lunch in this region, but overall well worth making an effort to visit.

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