Posts Tagged ‘Restaurant’

La Place – Canet

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I love discovering new cool restaurants in my area. So here is my latest discovery: a little restaurant on the main square in the village of Canet (Hérault, Languedoc). It has opened a few weeks ago, they do crepes and lovely delicious big salads. All the servings are generous, the team is very friendly and […] Read more…

My selection of beaches in the Gard

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Here are 2 ideas of beaches I like going to in the Gard. They are easily accessible for people living or staying in the area between Nimes and Montpellier. The best time to go to the beach in summer is the morning of course. If you arrive around 10am you don’t need to fight for parking. […] Read more…

Don’t miss El Callejon Wine Bar

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For drinking nice wine in an animated atmosphere in the centre of Nîmes, don’t miss El Callejon Wine Bar. I went on a Thursday evening and it was definitely the place to be in Nîmes that evening ! Sitting comfortably around a low table with friends or perched on a high stool around an old wine […] Read more…

Cool family beach restaurant

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It’s only early October… still plenty of time to enjoy lunch at a beach restaurant in the sun of the Secret South!!! Le J in Carnon (Languedoc Roussillon) is actually open all year long. The atmosphere is relaxed and you immediately feel like you’re on holiday. The service is friendly and efficient. The food is very nice […] Read more…

Asian-Meditarranean fusion in Aigues-Mortes

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Here is another address off the usual tourists tracks. Boem is a restaurant in Aigues-Mortes, outside the old town walls where most visitors go. It serves refined fusion Asian-Mediterranean food. We loved it all, including the mango mojitos. My only comment is : be careful of the size of the servings… we really had too much to eat. […] Read more…

Fun, friendly & unconventional

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Now this is a very non touristy address in the middle of quite a touristy part of the Grau du Roi (one of the Gard’s main sea-side towns). It’s a surprising restaurant to discover with loads of personality. La Reine du Grau has a vintage industrial look with its wooden painted floor, large yellow wooden bar, industrial suspension […] Read more…

Fresh Italian food on Sommieres’s lovely plaza

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I just spent a nice summer evening at Sommières with some friends. After strolling along the river Vidourle and the pretty streets of this little medieval town, we headed for the beautiful place des Docteurs Dax. Sansavino is a pretty little bistrot style restaurant that proposes a small selection of freshly made Italian food. The terrace, […] Read more…