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“Eating out in Puivert”
Review of Le Pamir

Le Pamir
Ranked #2 of 7 Restaurants in Puivert
Cuisines: Pizza
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Dining options: Reservations
Description: Tel: 04 68 31 28 73. Open: Tues-Sun (11.30 -14.00, 19.00 - 22.00) Closed Nov- April
Reviewed 23 October 2013

A most enjoyable meal. Decor was most attractive and unusual. The menu was quite varied. This restaurant is well worth a visit. We were made very welcome and the service was excellent. All in all a pleasant experience.

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Thank Ronald F
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Reviewed 28 September 2013

We went in just because the outdoor seating area looked so inviting. Excellent thin crust pizzas with plenty of choice of toppings. And Afgan specialities too (interior decor is Afgan, very attractive). The samosas were wonderfully fresh and crisp, lovely!

Thank chobhamlass
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Reviewed 20 June 2013

We ate twice at Le Pamir during our stay at Green Horizons in Puivert.

In the context of our holiday the food was very good but thinking about a wider experience of eating out the food was above average (3*) but not up to a very good (4*) rating. The first time we ate from the Afghan menu and it was decent but not amazing. Especially not when we think of the Ariana in east London or Afghan Kitchen in north London which are competitively-priced places to eat out, which we've enjoyed food at several times in the past. But for what it was, it was good enough and this was Puivert, up a mountain, not London. We had the set menus, one Kofta and one vegetarian.

The second time we ate pizza and again it was decent but not really special.

We both enjoyed our meals and had desserts both times, ice cream the first time and sorbet the second time, which were fine but again nothing to really write home about.

The service both times was excellent and this was what stood out for us. They were very friendly, helpful and accommodating of our baby and never rushed us, even when we were there at the end of lunch and our kid woke up and we decided to feed him, which must have put them out of time a bit.

We ate outside under cover and enjoyed the rose bushes as well as the view of the castle.

When we go back to Green Horizons we'll definitely eat at Le Pamir again.

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Thank Haruki_Dragon
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Reviewed 28 May 2013

Visited recently with mixed expectations as some of the party we were with had been before and reported it to be "OK if unadventurous". There weren't many people in when we visited, but it was during a period of particularly foul weather. Found the welcome to be friendly, the food and drink to be tasty and unpretentious, the service to be efficient and I would certainly go again if in the area.
Also does take-away Pizzas.

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2  Thank pcash375
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Reviewed 14 August 2011

Came across this quite by chance: an Afghan restaurant off the beaten track in the Pyrenees. Although it offers standard pizza fare for the unadventurous, most guests seemed to be ordering from the Afghan menu. The ashak was delicious, but served without the traditional meat sauce. Pillao was also prepared somewhat differently to the way we know it , but it definitely tasted good. The cook, originally from Afghanistan via Paris, runs the restaurant with the help of his French wife and family. Very welcoming service and great views, so no surprise that they catch a lot of passing trade. Worth a detour.

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2  Thank mowerbyte
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