Aigo Boulido

Located in the village’s former wine cooperative, Aubaï Mema, overlooked by the château. Aubaï Mema still produces wines and is also the venue for tango dancing: eat whilst watching the world dance and drink wines made on the premises. Open … Read More

Le Bistro de Caro

Don’t be put off by the street that this oasis is accessed from… it’s well worth a visit.  Different menu every day for weekday lunch (try their pork); tasting menu in the evening and at the weekends.  Heavy emphasis on … Read More

Le Petit Jardin

One of our favourites in Montpellier, and a favourite amongst locals.  Eat outside in the garden at the rear, which you’d never have guessed existed, having entered the restaurant from a narrow street.  Near the Jardin des Plantes.  Traditional with … Read More


In the heart of the village and a relatively new venture, opening its doors in June 2022.  Open for lunch and evening meals every day apart from Thursday.  Wines, tapas, salads and deserts on a shaded terrace. We ate here … Read More

Pizzeria La Squadra

Next door to the post office on Rue du Marquis: very good home made take out pizzas and burgers.  Perfect if you want to stay in and can’t be bothered to cook / BBQ! Telephone in advance – they take … Read More

La Villa Vicha

On the outskirts of the village at 810 Chemin de Cardione, a reasonably upmarket restaurant in a lovely setting. Well worth a try. Usually possible to get a table. Tél. 04 66 80 24 24 to reserve.

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