The Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon Restaurants

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  • 1. El Taller

    $$ | French

    Run by four entrepreneurial friends in the small village of Taurinya (just down the road from the famous Abbaye de St-Michel de Cuxa), this...Read More

  • 2. Garriane

    $$$$ | International

    Foodies appreciate Garriane's direct approach to eating and drinking well. Here a plain-Jane decor and a dim neighborhood spectacularly contrast...Read More

  • 3. Michel Sarran

    $$$$ | French

    The post-nouvelle haven for what is arguably Toulouse's finest dining departs radically from the traditional stick-to-your-ribs cuisine of southwest...Read More

  • 4. Percherons

    $$ | Spanish

    When a young Catalan native returned home from the pull of the Paris restaurant scene and partnered with a friend to open Percherons, Picasso...Read More

  • 5. Au Casot

    $$ | Seafood

    Locals and tourists alike come here for fresh Catalan and seafood dishes, like sea bass simply prepared with lemon, sea salt, and herbes de...Read More

  • 6. Bistrot de l'Étoile

    $$ | French

    Don't let the dismal backstreet exterior put you off: Bistrot de l'Étoile is a delightfully retro 1960s pub that promises fast service, a smiling...Read More

  • 7. Bloc G

    $$ | French

    Just outside the upper city walls, this all-white urbanesque restaurant and wine bar, run by three food-and-design-savvy sisters, offers a reality...Read More

  • 8. Brasserie Flo "Les Beaux Arts"

    $$$ | French

    Overlooking the Pont Neuf, this elegant brasserie is idyllic at sunset, as artists Ingres and Matisse—who were regulars—knew all too well; watch...Read More

  • 9. Cellier Morel

    $$$$ | French

    Dine under a medieval vaulted ceiling or in a shaded courtyard at Cellier Morel, arguably the finest restaurant in Montpellier's historic center...Read More

  • 10. Chez Emile

    $$$ | French

    With a great location and lovely summer terrace, this is the place to savor regional specialties like cassoulet—the locals love it, which speaks...Read More

  • 11. Chistera

    $$$ | French

    Expect to eat well at this upscale pub-restaurant hidden on a backstreet near Place de la Comèdie. It's owned by Montpellier rugby star François...Read More

  • 12. Crêperie du Théâtre

    $ | French

    Walk past the pubs and bars on this narrow alley for the best crêperie in Perpignan. Owned by a young couple from Brittany, it prepares authentic...Read More

  • 13. Del Bisbe

    $$$ | French

    Located in the old bishop's quarters, Del Bisbe earned its reputation with authentic, well-presented Catalan dishes (such as roasted red peppers...Read More

  • 14. Huguette

    $$ | French

    This bustling bistro (open seven days a week) has been serving locally sourced regional dishes for a quarter of a century–-way before farm-to...Read More

  • 15. Jardins de l'Opéra

    $$$$ | French

    Stéphane Tournié's elegant restaurant next to the Grand Hôtel de l'Opéra is a perennial favorite. Intimate rooms and a covered terrace around...Read More

  • 16. Le 5eme Péché

    $$ | French

    On one of Collioure's quieter cobblestoned streets you'll find Le 5eme Péché, where the clean-lined decor seems in synch with simple yet innovative...Read More

  • 17. Le France

    $ | French

    Occupying a 15th-century former stock market with exposed beams and arcades, this café-restaurant in the center of Perpignan is a perfect place...Read More

  • 18. Le Jardin des Quatre Saisons

    $ | French

    A good-value menu and superb fish dishes are the reasons for this restaurant's excellent reputation. Chef-owner Georges Bermond's house specialties...Read More

  • 19. Le Petit Jardin

    $$$$ | French

    On a quiet Vieille Ville backstreet, this fine-dining bistro lives up to its name: you eat looking over (or seated in) a lovely, deep-shaded...Read More

  • 20. Le Pied dans le Plat

    $$ | French

    The terraces on this quiet, shaded place in the center of Céret's winding pedestrian streets beckon anyone wishing to while away an afternoon...Read More

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