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Café Le France, Céret
So Very Céret... (...)
June 2011 Lazy Lunches and Super (...)
Reviewed by Ted Hiscock 2011 LE DOUBLE (...)
2011 Gastronomic tour of the P-O (...)
NOW OPEN Le Jardin de Collioure (...)
El Taller Taurinya Reveiwed by Jackie (...)
Rocher des Pirates, Claira
Restaurant L’Hostal, Castelnou (...)
AUGUST 2012 LE CÉDRAT JOACASINO, LE (...)
Le Figuier reviewed by Louise Sayers (...)
Le Patio Catalan Thuir REVIEWED BY (...)
Auberge Can Joan
June 2012 La Pierranne, Villelongue (...)
La Table de Cuisine, St André (...)
Le Jardin de St Sébastien, Banyuls (...)
Loft Café, Perpignan reviewed by Louise (...)
All restaurant reviews are based on the opinion of the reviewer, apart from times, dates and prices, which were correct at the time of writing. You are advised however to ring ahead and check that they have not made any great changes to management, prices, times and menu..... and are still in business! Bon apétit
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- NOW OPEN: Le Jardin de Collioure
NOW OPEN Le Jardin de Collioure There’s nothing quite Like it in Collioure! New on the restaurant scene this Spring, Le Jardin de Collioure, recently opened in the old Dominican Convent, adds a new dimension to dining in Collioure. The actual renovation project in itself is (...) read more...
- Café Le France, Céret
Café Le France, Céret So Very Céret... Opened in 1927 as a ‘cooperative’ by local workers, Le France is very much an institution in Céret. Many of us have whiled away a pleasant hour beneath the shady platanes of the terrace in summertime, nursing a cold beer and (...) read more...
- Restaurant: Le Jardin de St Sébastien, Banyuls
Le Jardin de St Sébastien, Banyuls Reviewed in July 2011 A day in Banyuls sur Mer can be a relaxing beach experience or as full of activities as you would wish. Take the tourist train for a visit to the Chapelle de la Salette ending with a tasting at the impressive Cave de (...) read more...
- Gastronomic tour of the PO
2011 Gastronomic tour of the P-O Taking a lead from fellow restaurant reviewer, John Fairclough, John Frazer-Robinson selects a few of his local favourites…. St Cyprien The Ascoli The Ascoli at St Cyprien is well worth a visit whether you like pasta or not. This (...) read more...
- Restaurant: La Pierranne, Villelongue dels Monts
June 2012 La Pierranne, Villelongue dels Monts Reviewed by John Fairclough Despite being the brunt of many cheap jokes over the years, the good people of Belgium have had the last laugh where food and drink are concerned. For example, Brussels has relatively more Michelin starred (...) read more...
- Restaurant Le Patio Catalan, Thuir
Le Patio Catalan Thuir REVIEWED BY JOHN FAIRCLOUGH *Originally reviewed in 2008. Standard still excellent in 2012. Prices have not changed enormously! When someone recently suggested trying “le Patio Catalan” (4 Pl de General de Gaulle, Thuir), I groaned inwardly, expecting the (...) read more...
- Restaurant L’Hostal, Castelnou
Restaurant L’Hostal, Castelnou Restaurant reviewer, John Frazer-Robinson, visits this great restaurant in the picturesque village of Castelnou Not so much just a great restaurant find but a great day out in spectacular surroundings! Read on… Elaine’s brother, Richard, (...) read more...
- Eating out in Spain
June 2011 Lazy Lunches and Super Suppers in Spain Reviewed by John Fairclough As summer beckons, the longer days tempt PO residents and visitors to nip over the border into Spain. Although the beaches and sea breezes of the Costas are tempting, their attendant crowds and traffic (...) read more...
- Restaurant El Taller, Taurinya
El Taller Taurinya Reveiwed by Jackie Edwards Jackie Edwards reports on restaurant El Taller, ambitious new Bistrot de Pays in Taurinya If you’re visiting the Abbey of St Michel de Cuxa near Prades, why not continue just a kilometre or so up the valley to Taurinya, where an (...) read more...
- Restaurant for kids: Rocher des Pirates
Rocher des Pirates, Claira reviewed by Louise Sayers 2012 Ahoy there me hearties! how about a meal out with a difference as the winter draws in? Rocher des Pirates is a unique dining experience in a pirate-themed restaurant, and they don’t do themed by halves! I would (...) read more...