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Lundi 19:00 - 22:00
Mardi 19:00 - 22:00
Mercredi 19:00 - 22:00
Jeudi 19:00 - 22:00
Vendredi 19:00 - 22:00
Samedi 19:00 - 22:00
Dimanche 12:00 - 00:00 - 22:00
Le personnel très accueillant que nous avons appelé plus tôt dans la journée pour réserver une table ne savait pas s'il y aurait beaucoup de monde un dimanche soir, mais nous étions heureux d'avoir réservé car c'était complet. Nous avons tous les deux mangé un bon steak et du vin local. C'est sur la route principale à l'extérieur de Vers, l'adresse sur TripAdvisor nous emmenait sans cesse au Pont du Gard mais nous l'avons finalement trouvé. J'y retournerais si j'étais dans la région.
Great restaurant with local wines (don't make the mistake of ordering a bottle; so much more expensive than asking for a caraffe - and the house-wine is definitely recommended). They had English menus, in case your French isn't up to coping with the various fish dishes. Good selection of French cuisine. Booking is most definitely recommended, as it does get busy (deservedly so). Service was always really friendly - just a lovely little place.
We were on our way to Uzes where we had intended to have lunch, having visited the Pont du Gard, and as we passed this restaurant we thought we would stop there instead as it looked so pleasant. And pleasant it certainly was - a typical Provencal meal, in a shady courtyard outside an ancient building. The food was delicious; the best of Provencal home cooking, and the service was excellent. And it was very reasonably priced. If you are thinking of visiting the beautiful old town of Uzes, stop here for lunch first - you won't regret it.
We stumbled upon this lovely restaurant after an afternoon swimming near the Pont Du Gard. It is family owned and just couldn't be more delightful. The food was fantastic. They make their own wine which was excellent and sitting outside under the trees was magical. I cannot say enough good things about this restaurant and setting. One of the highlights of our trip!
The setting at La Begude is wonderful. Eating outside in the pleasantly shaded courtyard is one of the real pleasures of holidays in France. I agree with some of the other reviews about the food; it isn't haute cuisine but at £15 for a 3 course meal they aren't pretending. It's decent tasty "home cooked" fare.The service we experienced (3 occasions) was very friendly and particularly helpful.
The walled courtyard, with shade provided by overhanging trees is a lovely place to be, and the staff were friendly and helpful, also speaking good English.Food here is very reasonably priced, but lacks the care, attention and special flavour expected of a meal from this reason. The "medium" lamb cutlets were almost cremated, and the fries could have come from Mcdonald's. The Salmon was described as good, but not special, and the same applied to the desserts.A superb venue, let down by a mediocre chef.
We visited on recommendation. Not sure If they could have been any less friendly. Felt very uncomfortable and our attempts to engage with the female owner were met with monosyllabic grunts. It became obvious that geniality was saved for locals/regulars. To the owner - Remember, as an American, you too were once a visitor. Shame you can't extend the welcome that you got in France. Hey ho - my advice, don't bother unless you already belong to the clique.
We were seated at a private spot by a window in a lovely room with a piano, stone walls and a wooden barrel ceiling. A charming girl waited on us and was a delight. She wrote down the names of all 6 wines we tasted. They were unusual picks and all perfectly matched with our dinners. The chef served up little surprises... the warm grissini wrapped with Iberian prosciutto came with mascerated popcorn & tapenade. The velouté of asparagus was set off by crumbled almond bits. Great scallops. Great langoustines & white asparagus.