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Le Moulin Neuf ** - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf **

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet
Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Desire for eating healthy and local in Hautes Corbières? Appointment in Moulin Neuf where the chef Vincent Pujo, a person of a rich experience in various establishments, proposes to you a delicious à la carte of local products, on terrace or in the diningroom. Here, the à la carte menu is made up of fresh ingredients, the dishes change regularly, in respect for the ground and the climate, and all the suppliers are specified.
Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet
As starter, to choose between the Saint-Honore with Foie Gras or the Cromesqui of Langoustine, which is already a torment, and for the dish: lamb leg, trout with almonds, or fillet with butter of hazelnut and chorizo? For the dessert, Dax-native the walnut-chocolate puts everyone of agreement, unless you crack for crunch-citrus fruits...

In Moulin Neuf, it is also possible to set out again with quality fishes since the place is also a piscicultural farmhouse!
  "Welcome in Lanet, just outside the village on the D212 in the direction of Lagrasse lies this idyllic restaurant and trout farm. In a new, custom built room with full view of the chef working you can choose from a concise menu of culinary delights. We ate from the 28 Euro for 3 courses prix fixe and enjoyed the most wonderful trout tartine, then a revelatory Marmite, (which is essentially a pot roast of fresh trout, vine tomatoes, fennel, garlic, and potato with a langoustine broth) and finished with beautifully simple and freshly handmade desserts. The chocolate mousse was almost narcotic in its strength. The waitress was wonderfully accommodating of our 10 year old nephew and very flexible about sharing courses. All of the ingredients were incredibly fresh, locally sourced and delicious. The wine list is extremely well-chosen from the best local producers. Because the food is made from scratch in front of you it may indeed take a little longer if they are busy, but believe me it is worth the wait. During our stay in the Aude we have enjoyed a variety of cuisine and most of it is still in thrall to the old school of French cooking; lashings of butter and cream. At Le Moulin Neuf, Vincent Pujo has left these traditions behind, which can't have been difficult to do as he is surrounded by fantastic local ingredients. They also sell trout fresh from the tank at the most notable of the local markets, so you may well see them at Lagrasse or the like before you get the chance to visit the restaurant. As you can see from my photos, the setting is wonderfully verdant and if you feel so inclined, you can catch your own lunch. Highly recommended!".


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Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet

Le Moulin Neuf - Lanet
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 April to 31 October - From 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 22:00
- Closed day(s):
- We encourage you to book

Capacity Restaurant:

- 1 Restaurant room, 40 seats indoor, 40 seats on terrace 

Qualité Tourisme Le Pays Cathare Pays Touristiques de Corbières en Minervois Tourisme et Patrimoine en Pays Occitan Petit Futé

Equipments and Services:
  * Restaurant
* Parking
* Terrace
* Child friendly
* Garden
* Organic fish farming
* Groups accepted 
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  Le Moulin Neuf **
Restaurant Regional French
Organic fish farming
Le Moulin Neuf
11330 Lanet

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