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  • Aux Reflets du Liban: Don't miss the lebanese cuisine

    by Ricco66 Written Aug 2, 2009

    Transportation of the paving stone of Castillet to the Country of the Sun, so much by the reception, the decoration that what you enjoy, the voyage is assured. I have ever found a kitchen Lebanese also authentic and copier. A treat for the eyes and the papillae. To find a good restaurant, in full centre town with the range of all the purses, this is not so obvious. The Council of dish: mezzé! This is not for only the restaurant call like this" AUX REFLETS DU LIBAN" … A great diversity of small plates hot as cold with all savours which the Mediterranean kitchen lays out! i liked: The quality of the products, the smoothness of the dishes, the déco, reception, the terrace, the price, the quantity, service with explanation of each dish, and the Owner and the waitress speak 4 languages! Cheer To improve: Not large thing

    Favorite Dish: The MEZZE

    Meat Arayess Set of cold Mezzes Hommos Tabboul��
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  • Aux Reflets du Liban: Don't miss the lebanese cuisine

    by Ricco66 Written Aug 2, 2009

    Transportation of the paving stone of Castillet to the Country of the Sun, so much by the reception, the decoration that what you enjoy, the voyage is assured. I have ever found a kitchen Lebanese also authentic and copier. A treat for the eyes and the papillae. To find a good restaurant, in full centre town with the range of all the purses, this is not so obvious. The Council of dish: mezzé! This is not for only the restaurant call like this" AUX REFLETS DU LIBAN" … A great diversity of small plates hot as cold with all savours which the Mediterranean kitchen lays out! i liked: The quality of the products, the smoothness of the dishes, the déco, reception, the terrace, the price, the quantity, service with explanation of each dish, and the Owner and the waitress speak 4 languages! Cheer To improve: Not large thing

    Favorite Dish: The MEZZE

    Meat Arayess Set of cold Mezzes Hommos Tabboul��
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    L'Arago: Great menu

    by NateSeats Written Apr 25, 2008

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    We go to this restaurant every year and have never been let down, The steak is amazing, duck, pork and chicken equally as accomplished. Sit at a balcony table in the summer months for a true Catalan experience.

    Favorite Dish: Steak (you could cut it with a plastic spoon)

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    Le Gastro: French & Local, Unique & Exotic

    by dlandt Updated Mar 25, 2005

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    Le Gastro serves both French-Catalan cuisine and exotic meats so it has some versatility in its menu. Although not cheap, I found the food to be marvellous.

    Open 12:00 - 2:30 and 19:00 - 12:00

    We found this restaurant to be a friendly one, operated by a man and wife, the husband speaking at least some English, a rarity. oddly enough, it seems to be the only restaurant on the street not serving a Vietnamese-Chinese combination of food. Asian food seems more common than French or Catalan, and even the always present Italian restaurants.

    Favorite Dish: For the conservative eater, like Miyuki, they offer fairly standrd French fare, like Burgundy Beef, which was served braised and tender.

    For myself, I ordered a plate of three fishes with mussels and shrimp, which you can see how impatient I am to eat in the picture. Served with a seasoned cabbage, it was delightful.

    Le Gastro
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    Anchois RougeAnchois Rouge is...

    by ahendley Written Sep 12, 2002

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    Anchois Rouge
    Anchois Rouge is not a restaurant but rather a shop that stocks the essential Mediterranean food groups. Anchovies and olives cured in many ways, bread, cheese and local wines. The people of the Mediterranean have been perfecting these foods for thousands of years. You can pick up dessert at one of the neighboring patisseries. All in all, about as close to heaven as food can get.

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    There are plenty of good...

    by AlfredSt Written Sep 12, 2002

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    There are plenty of good restaurants near the Castillet.

    Favorite Dish: The most traditional dish of this area is the cassoulet; it takes its name from its cooking pot, the cassole d'Issel. Originating in Languedoc in southwest France, cassoulet was once simple farmhouse fare, but it has been elaborated into a rich and complex dish. The basic cassoulet from the town of Castelnaudary adds to the beans fresh pork and ham plus tomatoes, garlic, onions, herbs, and stock; that of Carcassonne contains in addition mutton and partridges in season, while in Toulouse to the basic cassoulet are added duck or confit d'oie (pieces of goose poached and preserved in goose fat) and Toulouse sausage.
    I had a vegetable soup as a starter and cheese as a desert. Having eaten all that I was absolutely stuffed.

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  • My favourite restaurants are...

    by Travelloz Written Aug 26, 2002

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    My favourite restaurants are in Canet Plage. 'La Fontaine de Klervie', facing the sea on Promenade de la Cote Vermeille is open all year round and does proper french food with 3 course menus starting at 20euro, Rimini is a great italian opposite La Poste, with pizzas for around 7euro and cheap good house wine. Lolo Pizzas on Place de la Med. is also a great take away.
    all three are really friendly and service is prompt and reasonable.

    Favorite Dish: Any steak at La Fontaine de Klervie, and the Pizza Regina at Rimini... and the Hawaienne from Lolo.

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    Le Grand Cafe de la Post: A pleasant and interesting corner

    by Toshioohsako Written Oct 21, 2012

    Its just next to the entrance to the Old City. You can stop here before your promenade aroung the Old City. You can observe people while sipping a delicious cup of coffee.

    Favorite Dish: coffee, mineral water

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    Fonzes: The freshest fish I've ever tasted

    by JulesH Written Nov 12, 2002

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    The restaurant is mainly frequented by visitors to the Gottes de Clamouse as it's way up in the mountains with not much other passing traffic.

    Favorite Dish: fresh trout from the trout pool beside the restaurant.

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