My partner and I ate here on our first night in Carcassone and enjoyed it so much we went back two nights later!
The first night I had the Goats Cheese on toast with salad (now its says on the menu that its goats cheese on small taost but don't be fooled - this is a hearty starter!) and my partner had the onion tart and both were really good but we both especially liked the onion tart.
For mains he went for the pork shank in a beer sauce and it came with a sausgae and sauerkraut and he loved it. I went for the whole trout with almonds and it came with boiled baby potatoes. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this dish. You knew from the aroma of this dish that it was going to be good dish to eat!
For dessert I had the bergamont creme brulee and it was probably the nicest tasting brulee that I've had and I've had some really nice brulees. He had the 'cafe gourmond' which came with a cafe noir and four little desserts.
The meal was truely delicious with friendly service and excellent value.
On our second night I had the anchovies to start and they were so fresh and tasty especially with the cucumber, he had the house terrine which we both really enjoyed.
For mains he had the magret of duck which was served with a sweet Quetsch (which are plums) and star anise and cinnamon sauce. He nearly licked the plate!!! I went for the...trout again! it was too good not to order it. For desserts we had a rhubarb tart and the creme brulee again.
Both of our meals were excellent. Both nights we had two starters, two mains, two desserts. coffees, a bottle of wine and a bottle of water and the bills came in at just over €80 which in my opinion made this restaurant one of the best value in the area.
But do be warned the portions are large so go there hungry!!! when we return to Carcassonne we will definitely be returning to L'Als'Assiette
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