Le Moulin de L'Evêque ** - Rivel
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Le Moulin de L'Evêque **

Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel

Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel



Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel

Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel
 
Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel

We welcome you in a warm and family atmosphere for all your events and offer various activities, such as: tea dances, theme nights, shows, etc.

André Etienne, chef, has several years of experience in gourmet restaurants in France and abroad, especially in England. He resumed in October 2009, the Restaurant Le Moulin de L'Evêque, run in collaboration with Dorota, wife of Polish origin.

For cooking, we prefer and value the fresh produce. We change the card every week according to the local market, to offer a package including two to three choices of starters, main courses and desserts. We also ensure the preparation of vegetarian dishes for the benefit of their followers (on request).

In addition to our restaurant, we provide a catering service with preparation of gourmet dishes and pastries for all types of events and organize activities and various performances such as: tea dances, country parties, etc.
  Specialities

Our restaurant Le Moulin de L'Evêque presents to its customers, consisting of individuals and professionals, a new card every week.

We offer a plate of charcuterie, cheeses and suggest original gastronomy dishes such as shark, warm camembert with truffle oil, crème brûlée with mango, etc. For the preparation of meals, salads and pastries, we favor the use and value of purchased fresh.

You can choose between several formulas consist of: three sockets, meat or fish, two desserts or cheese plate according to preference.

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels Dutch - Hollandais - Niederlandisch - Holandés - Olandese - Nederlands 

Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel

Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel

Le Moulin de L'Evêque - Rivel
 
Opening Restaurant:

- october to may - From 12:00 to 15:00 and from 19:30 to 22:30
- Closed day(s): Monday evening - Tuesday evening - Wednesday evening - Thursday evening - Friday evening - Sunday evening
- 15 june to 31 october From 11:30 to 23:00
- Closed day(s): Sunday evening
- 01 november to 31 december From 12:00 to 15:00 and from 19:30 to 22:30
- Closed day(s): Monday evening - Tuesday evening - Wednesday evening - Thursday evening - Friday evening - Sunday evening

Capacity Restaurant:
-  Restaurant room, 50 seats indoor, 40 seats on terrace    Wheelchair friendly

Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France Le Pays Cathare Aude Tourisme Ariège Pyrénées

Equipments and Services:
 
  * Restaurant
* Wifi
* Parking
* Mini Golf
* Garden
* Disabled reception
* Pets allowed
* Bar
* Groups accepted
* Terrace
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  Le Moulin de L'Evêque **
 
Restaurant Traditional **
 
Lieu-dit Le Moulin de l’Evêque
Route de Lavelanet
11230 RIVEL
 
Phone +33 4.68.69.22.30
Mobile +33 6.81.48.48.27

Email -
moulindeleveque@hotmail.com

Website -
www.lemoulindeleveque.com

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Menus: 14.50 € to 20.00 €

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Pets allowedBike friendlyParkingRestaurantTerraceMini Golf
 
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