Restaurant l'Envie des Mets ** - Gardouch
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Restaurant
l'Envie des Mets **

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch



Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch
 
Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

In the heart of Lauragais, between Toulouse and Castelnaudary, 500 meters from the Canal du Midi, we welcome you in our warm restaurant by the fireplace or in summer on the shaded terrace. Trained at "Emile" and after a diversified career in the restaurant world, Sébastien Dufraisse fulfills his dream by opening his own restaurant in the heart of Lauragais. He is passionate about sharing his original and generous seasonal cuisine with as many people as possible. Our establishment offers market cuisine. The menus change very regularly depending on the season and the products available.
Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch
The chef, Sébastien Dufraisse, received the Lucien Vanel prize. It offers you the opportunity to discover new flavors, such as a gravlax salmon accompanied by exotic fruit, a goat / zucchini pie with poultry, a pollock fillet with cauliflower puree with an apple and caper sauce, a baked lamb with herbs, a coconut / strawberry blend or a flowing island with a heart of passion and coconut cream... Creative, cheerful, refined, menu changes every day...
  The Naurouze Pass (Seuil de Naurouze) is the highest point of the Canal du Midi at 190m above sea level. Water flows to this point from the Black Mountain to feed the canal where, on one side, it goes to the Atlantic and, on the other side, it flows to the Mediterranean.The architect of the Canal du Midi, Pierre-Paul Riquet, had big plans for Naurouze, hoping to build a city around it, modelled after the Place Royale in Paris. However, his dream wasn’t realised, and so today’s visitors get to enjoy the beautiful countryside instead. A large, dry octagonal basin remains, surrounded by trees and some delightful walking and biking paths. Nearby is an obelisk that honours Riquet, built in the early 1800s.
Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch
Villefranche-de-Lauragais is a bustling little village which boats a fine example of a wall bell-tower, flanked on each side by two octagonal towers. There are a variety of shops, cafés and restaurants here if you fancy a 2km walk or cycle from Renneville Lock where you can moor. We can recommend La Camaretoise for excellent sweet and savoury crêpes.

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels
Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch

Restaurant l'Envie des Mets - Gardouch
  Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december
- Midday opening: from Tuesday to Saturday,
- Evening opening: from Thursday to Saturday.

- Closed on Sundays except by group reservation and exceptional occasions.

 
Capacity Restaurant:

- 2 Restaurant rooms, 70 seats indoor, 40 seats on terrace   
Le Pays Cathare LES CITADELLES DU VERTIGE Qualité Tourisme Occitanie La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Grands Sites Occitanie
UNESCO Office de Tourisme de Toulouse Office de tourisme de Castelnaudary La Région Languedoc-Roussillon - Sud de France
Office de Tourisme du Pays Lauragais Mairie de Villefranche-de-Lauragais Communauté de Communes Terres du Lauragais L'Officiel du Canal du Midi Le Canal du Midi
Equipments and Services:
 
  * Restaurant
* Public Parking
* Terrace
* Child friendly
* Dogs allowed!
* Bar
* Groups accepted
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- Corbières
- Pyreneeën
- Sidobre
- Terra Vinea - Portel-des-Corbières
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  Restaurant
l'Envie des Mets
 
Restaurant Bistronomic
 
2 Rue Marengo
(face à la mairie)
31290 Gardouch

Phone +33 5.61.27.19.46

Email -
contact@lenviedesmets.fr

Website -
www.lenviedesmets.fr

Restaurant -
Menus: 30.00 €
A la Carte: 15.00 € to 25.00 €
Daily menu: 12.00 € to 17.50 €
Child Menu: 12.00 €
 
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Nailloux Outlet Village - Shopping Center

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The Naurouze, you can visit the watershed between ocean and Mediterranean. The bike path along the banks will take you on a hike from Toulouse to Sète. We are here to welcome you, comfort you, encourage you ... and above all to enjoy!... The Seuil de Naurouze, aka Col de Naurouze, is a mountain pass in southern France. It is the watershed point identified by Pierre-Paul Riquet when he designed and built the Canal du Midi. Water falling on the western side of this point flows to the Atlantic Ocean and on the eastern side to the Mediterranean Sea. It is on the border of the department of Haute-Garonne and the department of the Aude. In 1827, the heirs of Riquet built the Riquet Obelisk. The obelisk has a dedication: 'To Pierre-Paul Riquet, Baron Bonrepos, author of the Two Seas Canal in Languedoc'. It is erected near the site of the former octagonal holding tank, called the Bassin de Naurouze created during the building of the Canal du Midi. The flow of water from the Bassin de St. Ferreol joins the Canal du Midi at this point...


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Canal du Midi

Canal du Midi

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