Good food and taste is very good. Nice lady (owner?) able to speak English (which is pretty rare in this area still) was making the visit better.
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Many, many restaurants on the boardwalk. Many, many cheap eateries but this one is not one of them. The menu is short, service simple and friendly, dishes are very good. A little pricey if you take the dish of the day but well worth the...More
Rating a restaurant I have to consider all elements. A formula at 24.90 euro that give me a good level of alternatives and brings me a double "amuse Boucher" 4 tasty cooked oyster, 2 fillet of rouget well done with 2 nice side orders and...More
We live locally and booked a table on a Saturday evening to take a friend for dinner. We opted for the standard three-course menu, at a very decent price of around €25. We also had a good local wine for around €20-25 a bottle. Starters...More
Ordered the filet of beef (medium) with potato gratin and girlfriend ordered seabass with risotto. Got the food reasonably fast, however the filet of beef turned out to be raw (still white fat on it) and the risotto with the fish was undercooked (crunchy rice)....More
I was surprised by good quality, the good meat, (Aubrac) because I could not think a menu at 23.90 euro would be like this. Even the amuse bouche was remarcable; Aurore & Sebestian Cotelle merit your visit.
Nestled in the western side of the marina,away from the bulk/tourist food establishments,this family run restaurant is simply the best eaterie in Cap D'Agde,and there are over 100 to compete with if you include the "naturiste"area. It was so mouthwatering I returned the following night...More