Les Cuisiniers Cavistes ** - Narbonne
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Les Cuisiniers Cavistes **

Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne

Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne



Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne

Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne

Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne
 
Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne

A semi-gourmet restaurant located in the historic heart of Narbonne, 15 km from the sea. 50 indoor seats and 60 seats on the open terrace overlooking a semi-pedestrian square, opposite the town's Lapidaire Museum.

Visual cuisine. Languedoc wine cellar-themed restaurant. Focuses on the respect for and high quality of fresh produce.

Restaurant near Les Halles in the town and its 100-space car park.
Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne
Restaurant Les Cuisiniers Cavistes has a wine bar atmosphere with a handful of tables fashioned out of wooden barrels.

Many ingredients are sourced from the market and certified local products are favoured for both the food and the wine.

The flavours of these are enhanced, and the simplicity of the execution sets it all off perfectly.
Good to be here!
  This gourmet restaurant of about fifty seats is located on Place Lamourguier, opposite the church bearing the same name that has been transformed into a lapidary museum since then.

It is an intimate restaurant which combines authenticity and elegance, very popular among local VIP guests. For some years now, Les Cuisiniers Cavistes have been aiming to satisfy us...

The chef has opted for a cuisine that is in constant movement: crustacean raviole and its stock, leg of lamb cooked for a long time with its spelt risotto and soya juice, calf's head with gribiche sauce, sea-bream fillet and its mashed parsnip...

Dishes in perfect harmony with the wine list of this Bas Languedoc. There are also subtle desserts like rose-flavoured macaroon, parfait glacé with lychees, coconut dacquoise, raspberry with its pistachio light cream and the white chocolate cake with rhubarb compote...

It's always divine!
Marc Schwall, the chef, is the indisputable soul of this address!

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Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne

Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne

Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne

Les Cuisiniers Cavistes - Narbonne
 
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 28 december
- Tuesday to Saturday - From 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 22:00

Capacity Restaurant:
- 1 Restaurant room, 50 seats indoor, 60 seats on terrace    Wheelchair friendly

Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France Le Pays Cathare Aude Tourisme

Ville de Narbonne La Région Languedoc-Roussillon Petit Futé Le Grand Narbonne Office de tourisme de Narbonne
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Restaurant
* Winebar
* Terrace
* Public Parking
* Childfriendly
* Groups accepted
* Disabled reception
  Sightseeing
 
- Château de Peyrepertuse
- Rennes le Château
- Château de Puilaurens
- Château de Puivert
- Château de Montségur
- Aude en Pyrénées
- Quillan
- Gincla
- Salicorne - l'Eau Salée de Sougraigne
- Géobiologie
- Pays de Couiza
- Terres-cathares
- Rennes-les-Bains
- Rennes-le-Château - Le site officiel
- Le Château d'Arques
- La Bouichère - Jardin aux Plantes parfumées
- Le Musée des Dinosaures d’Espéraza
- Saint Hilaire
- Alet les Bains
- Limoux
- The Angel Art Sanctuary
- Elevage des biches de Picarel
- Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillets
- Gorges de Galamus
- Grotte de l'Aguzou
- Carcassonne, 'La Cité'
- Carcassonne, la Bastide Saint-Louis
- Lac de la Cavayère
- Canal du Midi
- Kangaroo park
- Les Quatre Châteaux de Lastours
- L'Abbaye de Villelongue (abbaye cistercienne)
- Le Moulin à Papier de Brousses et Villaret.
- Montagne Noir
- Saissac
- Lac du Lampy
- Fanjeaux
- Monastère de Prouilhe
- Montreal
- Castelnaudary
- Bram
- L'Abbaye de Saint-Papoul
- Lac de St-Ferréol
- Lac de la Ganguise
- Labastide d'Anjou
- Toulouse
- Loisirs sportifs, Randonnées, Escalade, Canyoning
- Le seuil de Naurouze et son obélisque
- Montferrand
- Montolieu
- Caunes-Minervois
- Les Marbrières de Caunes
- Moulin de Pech Rouzaud ou de Benazeth
- Palet de Roland dolmen at Villeneuve Minervois
- Grotte de Limousis
- Le Gouffre géant de Cabrespine
- Moulin de Pech Rouzaud ou de Benazeth
- La Clape
- Terra Vinea
- Narbonne
- Musée Archéologique de Narbonne
- Horreum Romain
- Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
- Cathedrale de Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur
- Musée Lapidaire
- Maison Natale de Charles Trenet
- Aqua Jet Narbonne
- Narbonne Plage
- Abbey of Fontfroide
- Homps
- Musée de Bizanet
- Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
- Forteresse de Salses
- Les 9 Écluses de Fonséranes
- Musée National d'Ensérune
- Musée de Bizanet
- Bages
- St Pierre des Clars
- Ornaisons
- Lézignan-Corbières
- Minervois Region
- Musée des Potiers Gallo-Romains d'Amphoralis
- Montagne Noir
- Minerve
- Argens-Minervois
- Le Moulin de l'Oulibo - L’Odyssée de l’Olivier
- La Curiosité de L'Auriol (Lauriole)
- Pirat Parc - Attraction Park (Gruissan)
- Mirepoix
 

Le massif de la Clape

Le massif de la Clape

Narbonne

Narbonne

Narbonne-Plage

Narbonne-Plage



La Clape

La Clape

The La Clape AOC is located where the Coteaux du Languedoc and Corbières appellations overlap and is well known for its vineyards that lie on a limestone outcropping that extends across the entire region. The region produces red, rose and white wines that are fully representative of the region and the reds show particularly well, often times considered a vin de garde. The majority of the wines of Gruissan are produced on the Clape. This little mountain, situated between Narbonne and Gruissan was an isle at the time of prehistoric man. The Clape, gets its name from the Occitan word « Clapas » meaning a pile of stones, and reaches a height of 214 m. The pine trees cover the slopes of the Clape. The garrigue covers the plateaux and the thyme, the rosemary and the lavender that invite you to promenade are what give the wines their character...


Corbières

A.O.C. Corbières

The Corbières is one of the wildest areas of France with one of the lowest population densities. It is picturesque with wine growing areas alternating with garigue and mountainous countryside. It is located mainly in the Aude département and partly in the Pyrénées-Orientales département. The River Aude borders the Corbières to the west and north. To the south is the River Agly and to the east the the Mediterranean Sea. The name Corbières comes from "cor" a pre-Celtic word meaning "rock" and "berre" from the River Berre which runs through Durban. The eastern part of the Corbières with its Etangs, borders the the Mediterranean Sea and is called the Corbières maritimes. It has its own distinctive climate and characteristic vegetation known as thermomediterranean vegetation...

 
  Les Cuisiniers Cavistes **
 
Restaurant -
semi-gastronomic
 
4 Place Lamourguier
11100 NARBONNE
 
Phone1 +33 4.68.32.96.45
Phone2 +33 4.68.65.04.43
Fax +33 4.68.65.63.56

Email -
cuisiniers.cavistes@orange.fr

Website -
www.cuisiniers-cavistes.com

Restaurant -
Menus: 32.00 € to 80.00 €
A la Carte: 4.50 € to 13.00 €
Daily Menu: 16.00 € to 21.00 €
Child Menu: 12.00 
 
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Le Petit Train de Narbonne

Le Petit Train de Narbonne

Set out to explore Narbonne, its historical and contemporary treasures, on board the little train: a commentated tour through the very heart of the town. A complete and surprising tour, allowing you to spend some time getting to know the major sites and monuments that make up Narbonne and its region....


Musée Archéologique
 de Narbonne

Musée Archéologique de Narbonne

The museum has been created in the Palais Vieux (Old Palace, 11th-12th centuries). Its prehistoric collections and relics depict the origins and ancient past of Narbonne and the surrounding area. The collection includes mosaics, statues, coffins, furnishings, a wooden anchor discovered in Narbonne's port, frescoes from the Clos de la Lombarde (a Gallo-Roman villa north of the town), all of which amount to the largest collection in Roman Gaul. On the first floor, the French ceilings dating from the start of the 19th century are not to be missed....


Maison Natale de Charles Trenet

Maison natale de Charles Trenet - Narbonne

Charles Trenet was a successful poet and songwriter who called Narbonne home. He was born in this house and grew up there, and in fact his mother continued to live there for almost all of her life. At the beginning of the 21st Century the beautiful property was converted into a small museum where visitors could see the interior of the house and some of the family treasures. It also contains many of Trenet’s original compositions in a fascinating exhibition....


Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur

Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur - Narbonne

The High Gothic style of the Cathedral of Saint-Just and Saint-Pasteur takes its inspiration from the great cathedrals of Northern France. Its most striking feature is its unique choir, with vaulting soaring to more than 40 metres. It was built between 1272 and 1340 and remained unfinished because, in those troubled times, the Consuls refused to demolish the ramparts to provide stone to continue building. The side chapel, dedicated to Our Lady of Bethlehem, has a 14th-century altar-piece in painted stone. The Treasury, also known as the acoustic hall, displays a rich collection of liturgical objects, including ivories, gold and tapestries....


Horreum Romain

Horreum Romain - Narbonne

The Horreum is the only building dating from classical times that can still be seen in Narbonne. It is a former underground warehouse and dates from the end of the first century BC and was probably the below-ground section of a market. Two of its galleries can be visited and the sound and light show that has been installed creates an atmosphere rather like that of a market-day. Stone remains have been put on display in the alcoves that open off the north wing to remind visitors of the splendours of Narbo Martius, the capital of the Narbonne region. You can buy a Pass Ticket, which is valid for 15 days and gives you entry to all the monuments and museums....


Musée Lapidaire

Musée Lapidaire - Narbonne

The collections of the Lapidary Museum are housed in the former church of Notre Dame de Lamourguier, the remains of a 13th-century Benedictine monastery and a fine example of Southern Gothic art. Some 1,300 blocks of stone form one of the largest collections in Europe. Most of them originate from Roman grave monuments which had been re-used as decoration for the town's ramparts (dismantled in the 19th century). A half-hour sound and light show projected onto the walls of the church retraces the history of Narbonne from antiquity to the Renaissance...


Musée d'Art et d'Histoire

Musée d'Art et d'Histoire - Narbonne

Musée d'Art et d'Histoire was set up in the 19th century in what uses to be the Archbishops' apartments (in the 17th century), in the Palais Neuf. It offers a panoramic view of the European schools of painting of the 16th and 19th centuries as well as a major pottery collection. The last two rooms in the museum are given over to a collection of orientalist painting, unique in France and mainly acquired by the town....



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