The staff was professional friendly and the food so good, we returned the next night. Ambiance was medieval, yet inviting.
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This was our 2nd visit to Carcassonne during our holidays, the first time we were unable to get seated anywhere for food, thanks to four very rude Americans who pushed myself and my daughter out of the way as we made our way to a...More
Had a wonderful meal on a very busy evening for them. We had the meatballs and the cassoulet, although the cassoulet proved to be too much for one. The restaurant was packed on a very warm summer evening but the staff managed without fluster.
We chose this restaurant because of tripadvisor reviews and because it is slightly away from the main hustle and bustle. We sat in the lovely shady terrace area where there was a good ambience and the staff were really friendly. There was a good children's...More
We had the lunch set menu, pate, cassoulet and a take on Eton mess, delicious strawberries and cream. All three courses were excellent. We found the service very welcoming, friendly and attentive. A great local lunch, not too busy and slightly away from the crowds.
Don 't think of the salads here as punishments on your diet. You will get a delicious plate of greens, tasty tomatoes or other vegetables, with light and well-made dressing with either pate, local hams, cheeses or whatever type of salad you ordered. The bread...More
Le Trencavel is a charming bistro with its charming owner Arnaud. The bistro is located next to Best Western Hotel le Donjon in the centre of la Cite, but its tranquil location is very welcome when you want to escape from the hectic touristic part...More
We were recommennded to eat here by some frineds - but to be honest we found the service really slow - worse than usual for france - the food was ok but to be honest we ate better at other establishment in carcasonne, overall nothing...More
Five stars for the cassoulet! I understand how another reviewer could feel the servers were rude, but I just found them a little indifferent. No bother, really, because -- despite a few smokers -- this pleasant outdoor bistro (claiming to be the oldest continuous restaurant...More
My husband and 16 month old daughter are lunch here on a Sunday. The terrace was lovely - shaded with olive trees and a nice break from the feeling of restaurants catering to tourists en masse. The they had a child sized cassoulet (regional specialty...More