Occupying two dining rooms decorated in rustic style near the Jean Jaurès square, this restaurant serves up popular French cuisine. The service ... More
Occupying two dining rooms decorated in rustic style near the Jean Jaurès square, this restaurant serves up popular French cuisine. The service is friendly and a large range of culinary gastronomic delights are on offer, including a variety of fish and meat dishes e.g. gigot d'agneau gransillais (leg of lamb with garlic, baked in cider sauce). You will also be able to try a trou normand (digestive drink made from Calvados). Set menus are available for 75F (EUR 11.43) on weekday lunchtimes and 11OF (EUR 16.76), 105F (EUR 16), 125F (EUR 19.05), 145F (EUR 22.10) and 195F (EUR 29.72) at other times.
This restaurant is in Montpellier's very own silicon valley thus named in view of the number of multimedia enterprises occupying
this street behind the train station. Everything here evokes images of mountain life, with large wooden counters and walls ...
Open the door to this restaurant, with its rather nondescript exterior, and you'll discover an Arabian palace with heavily ornate
decor, as kitsch as could be, offering the very best of its culinary delights. The owner extends a warm ...
In days gone by, the Carre Thiars and the surrounding area was home to most of the city's art galleries,
and artists would gather in this very bar to compare talent and technique. Names such as Seyssaud, Verdilhan, Chabaud, ...