Quality Hotel du Golf Montpellier Juvignac
38, avenue des Hameaux du Golf
Phone: (33) 4 67-459000
Fax: (33) 4 67-459020
38, avenue des Hameaux du Golf, Juvignac, FR, 34990
- Phone: (33) 4 67-459000
- Fax: (33) 4 67-459020
This beautiful restaurant full of colorful paintings is run by Patrick and Marie Jo, who left Sète for New York but came back to France. Along with a good local white wine, you could enjoy the salmon quiche with asparagus, grilled fish or bouillabaisse followed by a melon sorbet. Expect service with a smile and an eclectic clientele. The menu is changed every lunchtime depending on the market and what fish is available each morning.
This minuscule restaurant, situated in a true working-class district, is able to seat up to about fifteen (so reserve in advance) and offers an unusual selection of well garnished pizzas (toppings such as Tandoori chicken or Feta cheese, creme and basil), quiches and daily concoctions. The Tiramisu is well worth trying for desert. The atmosphere is relaxed with customers all seated around a large table. In the evening, a cocktail is served free of charge and if you are lucky, the proprietor may share his penchant for Irish whiskeys and liqueurs.
Set in one of the most tranquil and sunny city center squares, the numerous outdoor tables prove particularly popular during spring afternoons and summer evenings. Inside there is a fascinating collection of motorbike paraphernalia. One can choose from a selection of very reasonably priced salads and other dishes generally served with French fries. A friendly bar-restaurant which has a loyal clientele and is a popular lunchtime choice among students from the nearby faculties.
When you are talking about refinement, this is one of the most best known addresses in the city and has been so for years. Situated near the avenue de Toulouse (in the direction of Sète and Beziers), you enter by way of an attractive courtyard of a beautiful 19th-century residence. The beautiful furniture, diligent service and high class cooking (including venison and duck fillets) makes this a true three star restaurant.
La Girafe offers an interesting setting, delicious Mediterranean and French cuisine and friendly service. Housed in a former chapel, the ambiance is comfortable yet stately with rich red hues and large archways. The menu is eclectic but is always prepared with the freshest ingredients and absolutely never frozen. The prices are reasonable and the lunch service is popular among locals.
Open for several years, Fitzpatrick's has swiftly become a must for fans of beer and all things Anglo-Saxon. In a friendly wooden bar, a good selection of beer and specialties attract a diverse clientele of an evening; you will hear many different languages spoken and there is always a good atmosphere. It is also open in the afternoons when the terrace is a pleasant place to have a drink. The pub is situated on a small square in the town center's pedestrian zone.
Situated in a small, pedestrianized street near the Place Saint Come, this restaurant has seating in the dining room and at outside tables on sunny days. The menu includes a large selection of salads and typical French cuisine including filet de loup de mer sauce provençale (sea bass in a Provencal sauce) and filet de porc mignon aux échalotes confites (pork with shallots). The proprietor is extremely friendly and welcoming and the dessert menu will make your mouth water with an irresistible crème catalane and tarte tatin (apple pie).
This recent "arty" restaurant is on the new tram line, near the Corum. Regular exhibitions are arranged here in this beautifully furnished setting which contributes to the friendly, modern ambience. The menu consists of various refined dishes such as panier anchoïade (anchovies) and stuffed vegetables. The menu changes every month, and the food can be accompanied by excellent Languedoc wines.
In the heart of the historic center, this brightly decorated restaurant offers a variety of Vietnamese food as well as some Japanese specialties. The large assortment of meat and seafood dishes as well as fried noodles of different flavors are appreciated by young and old alike. Don't hesitate to ask the young proprietor about Asia, as he is happy to recount some anecdotes.
What is better than a glass of champagne, music and a lively atmosphere? A friendly, enthusiastic staff and a 20-something clientele partying to a background of Latin sounds in the daytime and house music at night. Different DJs take their turn every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. There is a small salon for eating upstairs.
This faultless restaurant with a magnificent vaulted dining room and pleasant courtyard terrace serves as a shop window for local produce of the Lozère. Excellent country cooking and a high standard of service are the priority at an establishment proud of its culinary tradition. The menu offers tripoux (tripe) and aligots, confits de canard (duck preserve), terrines de lapin (rabbit paté), couscous de homard au vin de Maury (lobster couscous in Maury wine) as well as strong cheeses and sweets from the Cevennes. Bon appetit!
Welcome to an oasis of peace and tranquility in the heart of the pedestrian city center. Expect melodious oriental music, beautiful décor and pretty waitresses in colorful, traditional Moroccan costumes. There are a variety of Couscous dishes on offer, as well as tajines and kebabs - all served up in terracotta bowls. Also not to be missed are the beautifully-prepared eggplants and delicate pastries.