Languedoc - Roussillon Restaurants
8 restaurants in Languedoc - Roussillon
Restaurants in Languedoc - Roussillon:
Montségur Hôtel, 1 Avenue Bunau Varilla, Carcassonne, 11000 [Map]
2, impasse Perier, Montpellier, 34000 [Map]
The famous Menestrel Restaurant has been transformed into the new 'Divine and Sense'; split across two floors and over two rooms, the exceptional interior is notable for its ingeniously carved stone vaults, chessboard flooring and unique artefacts, which are spread around, while subdued lighting creates an intimate and charming ambiance. In addition to this, a serene side terrace allows guests to take in splendid views of Montpellier.
A seasonal à la carte covers the likes of duck foie gras, tartare of salmon and sea bream served with citrus fruits, and a half saddle of lamb with honey and fresh mint. Meli melo of fresh fruit, sorbets, a moist chocolate cake or a tiramisu are some options that make for a perfect close.
With over fifty regional wines, undoubtedly there will be something on the list to please even the most discerning of wine palates.
Rue Mas Saint Pierre 321, Zac de Tournezy, Montpellier, 34070 [Map]
Route De St-Hippolyte-Du-Fort, Tornac, Anduze, 30140 [Map]
What was once a dry stone farmhouse is now converted to a charming rustic hotel, which appears to be literally hiding in a world of greenery, but it hasn't taken too long for the well-heeled denizens of France to discover this wonderful getaway, and Le Ranquet certainly does well to cater for their demands with picturesque gardens, swimming pool and even a helipad.
Jardins Du Ranquet is an epitome of tranquillity, so rest between forkfuls of Mediterranean fish, saffron vegetables and bouillabaisse style sauce and take in views of the lush green park outside and when the weather warms up a bit you could dine on the terrace overlooking the pool. There's also an ambitious menu on hand serving up traditional Cevenol dishes with Mediterranean and modern European touches, and the choices range from fillet of venison with rosemary brioche, port jus and cream of roasted pumpkin, to saddle of rabbit with ceps from Lozere, finally ending with a shortbread tart and lemon meringue with honey ice cream.
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