Restaurant Le Phare * - Valras-Plage
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Restaurant Le Phare *

Restaurant Le Phare - Valras-Plage



Restaurant Le Phare - Valras-Plage

Restaurant Le Phare - Valras-Plage
 
Restaurant Le Phare - Valras-Plage

Restaurant ‘Le Phare‘ is located in Valras Plage.
It faces the sea and offers a splendid view of the beach of Varas Plage.

The restaurant serves fresh fish and seafood (de Poissons et Fruits de Mer) and offers set menus and a la carte selections...

We were in beautifull Valras Plage and after been refused a table in the sun of another restaurant we went to Le Phare.

We had a nice table in the front facing the sea, where we could enloy the last of an Indian summer. the service was swift and the food excellent.

I can recommend the Zarzuela platter...
  Specialities

"We have now been going to this restaurant for the past 8 months and it is about time that I gave it a review, It sits right on the front in Valras and is most of the year busy the food is exellent with good choice. The set menu's are very good value and the choice again is great there is of course a down side to this great restaurant and that is if you do not like fish beware, well it is by the sea and the fish served is varied throughout the year changing with the seasons and very well cooked. If you dont like fish then there is meat on the A La Carte and the entrecote is huge as are all the portions on this menu. The staff are mostly good and attentive but you will need to be in early at lunch time durring the season July August as it gets very busy I havn't been in on an evening but I would think it would be very busy. To end if you like fish and like a plate that is well presented but not overly expensive then this is a great place look to the daily specials and use the menu's they are good value for money and have plenty of choice"...

- Paillarde de saumon beurre persillé
- Plancha du pêcheur au sel de guérande
- Notre Parillada de Crustacés
- Bouillabaisse Royale

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Restaurant Le Phare - Valras-Plage

Restaurant Le Phare - Valras-Plage

Restaurant Le Phare - Valras-Plage
 
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december

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

 
Qualité Tourisme Qualité Sud de France La Région Languedoc-Roussillon Herault Tourisme

Equipments and Services:
 
  * Restaurant
* Public Parking
* Fish specialties
* Child friendly
* Dogs allowed!
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  Restaurant Le Phare *
 
Restaurant - Fish
(de Poissons et Fruits de Mer)
 
4 Boulevard Jean Moulin
34350 VALRAS-PLAGE
 
Phone +33 4.67.37.38.38
Fax +33 4.67.37.44.62

Email -

Website -
www.restaurant-lephare.com
 
Restaurant -
Menus: 16.90 € to 23.90 €
Child Menu: 9.50 €
A la carte: 9.90 € to 32.90 €
 
Service:

Dogs allowedBike friendlyPublic ParkingRestaurant
 
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