The Midi-Pyrénées and Languedoc-Roussillon Restaurants



Le Jardin des Sens

Le Jardin des Sens Review

Blink and look again: twins Laurent and Jacques Pourcel, trained under separate masters, combine forces here to achieve a quiet, almost cerebral cuisine based on southern French traditions. At every turn are happy surprises, including foie gras crisps, dried-fruit risotto, and lamb sweetbreads with prawns. The interior is minimal stylish, with steel beams and tables on three tiers. Truth is, the restaurant is in a rather delabré working-class neighborhood, and from the outside looks like an anonymous warehouse incongruous with its Michelin-starred reputation. A modest lunch menu lets you indulge at a lower cost.

    Restaurant Details

  • Closed Sun. and first week of Jan. No lunch Mon. and Wed.
Updated: 02-22-2013

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