Mon Grain de Sel *
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Mon Grain de Sel *

Mon Grain de Sel - Soulatgé



Mon Grain de Sel - Soulatgé

Mon Grain de Sel - Soulatgé
 
Mon Grain de Sel - Soulatgé

Mon Grain de Sel is located in a small village, Soulatgé nearby Cucugnan, a few miles on the road of the Cathar castles.

The boss that you receive is an excellent cook and also very warm. These dishes are only made with fresh products supplied by farmers in the area.

Taste its delicious "beef cheek sauce medieval" and his lemon tart a real treat. 2 menus one at 18 € and 22 € and map. A welcoming restaurant where you eat simple food but very tasty. Luxury is not the decor but the plate!

I liked: The quality of the dishes. The warm welcome and the simplicity...
 
Specialities:

- Menu du Terroir
- Salades composées
- Rôtisserie

Mon Grain de Sel - Soulatgé

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Mon Grain de Sel - Soulatgé

Mon Grain de Sel - Soulatgé
Opening Restaurant:

- Whole year - From 12.00 to 14.00 and from 19.00 to 21.30
- Closed day(s): Mondays

Capacity Restaurant:

- 1 Restaurant room, 40 seats indoor, 10 seats on terrace  

Le Pays Cathare Aude Tourisme Auberges Rurales et Gourmandes Pays Touristiques de Corbières en Minervois
Equipments and Services:
  * Restaurant
* Public Parking
* Terrace
* Child friendly
* Dogs allowed!
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Mon Grain de Sel *
 
Traditional Restaurant
 
23 Rue Neuve
11330 Soulatgé
 
Phone1 +33 4.68.27.06.34
Phone2 +33 4.68.45.04.19

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Daily special: 14.00 €
Menus: 18.00 € to 22.00 €
A la carte: 15.00 € to 30.00 €
 
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