Interlude – Restaurants & Co.

30 Aug

While there, in Carcassonne, we tried several restaurants, some very good, some average….

The first in the second category was the Brasserie Les Platanes, most of all because being seated outside, the flies were all over the plates….

The worst (for me at least, because my husband enjoyed his pizza) was La Courtine. The place was so nice and on their menu there was also “pizza sans-gluten” (gluten-free)…..

My pizza was not prepared at the moment, the dough was from one of the most famous gluten-free products company (I asked) and at three time the price I pay when I buy it at the store…

Luckily for us we also tried Au Four Saint Louis…..a very good choice, the location, the plates and the waiters…So good that we came back a second time…

Another good one, very near to our hotel, is the Restaurant Le 37, friendly and cozy place with a large choice of plates and wines…

I treid the typical dish of the region, the cassoulet….soooo soooo good….at Le Trouvere, in the central square of the walled city

and we came back for a very good as well wild boar stew…

A friendly brasserie is Le Trauquet, with very young and nice staff….and very good crepes…

The beautiful hotel (with spa) near ours were really too much expensive for us, but the last night we spent in Carcassonne, we decided to dine there (the restaurant is really more affordable being a thing on its own)…

But the very best we found in Carcassonne is the spanish Tapa Bar Restaurant Le Passage…we went there the first time for lunch and we came back twice for dinner!


It was a difeerent way of travelling, but for sure it was an experience….

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