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Languedoc Restaurant Reviews
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Welcome to our Languedoc Restaurant Reviews section. We're aiming to collect reviews of all the best restaurants in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, so that finding somewhere great to eat gets a lot easier. 

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We all know what it's like - you stumble across one or two decent eateries, and end up going to them just that little bit too often, because you don't want to risk trying somewhere new that turns out to be awful - serving rubbery steak and that old Languedoc favourite - industrial-grade Ille Flotante.

 

Which is why we started our Restaurant Reviews section. If we all add 2-3 of our favourite restaurants, we'll soon have easy access to hundreds of others that have been tried and tested and loved. Which should improve all of our culinary lives greatly.

 

So please add as many good restaurants to our Languedoc Restaurant Reviews section as you can - simply click the big blue 'ADD' button to get started. And remember, you can review restaurants that others have already added to our reviews - giving them your own rating and writing your own review. The more reviews we have for each restaurant - the more rounded a picture we'll get of each one.

 

Restaurants in Languedoc - advice to new comers

 

The people of the Languedoc don’t eat late. If you’re eating out, most restaurants are at their fullest between 7pm and 8pm because, unlike in many other parts of Europe, there’s generally only one sitting. It’s not uncommon for diners to be turned away from an empty restaurant at 9pm, say, because the chef is packing up for the evening. Whilst it’s true to say that’s there’s more flexibility around eating times in the cities, you should think carefully about what time you arrive at a restaurant when you’re in the countryside.

 

Even the smallest village will have several places to eat, which will often range from a cheap and cheerful bar offering light dishes on the side to a much more upmarket option which will draw its clientele from a considerable distance.

Restaurants generally open for lunch around midday and will serve until about 2pm. They then close for the afternoon and tend to open for dinner around 6.30pm. Once you have your table you generally have it for the evening and you’re unlikely to be harried to vacate once you’ve eaten your fill – that’s not how things are done in this part of France.

Set menus are often the best value for money and it’s not hard to find a tasty three-course affair for around €15-20. Of course, eating à la carte will push prices up but food in Languedoc is usually exceptionally good value for money.


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