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Dinner in Carcassonne

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jrgkittredge May 10, 2010 10:45 AM

I am looking for a suggestion for one night in Carcassone. I have heard of Le Parc, Le Comte Roger or Le Languedoc. Any suggestions?

I am not necessarily looking for fine dining, and I prefer not overly expensive. I'm really interested in a nice atmosphere, good food, and I don't want to have to dress too much, so a place where nice casual would be acceptable.

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    Quimbombo RE: jrgkittredge May 10, 2010 06:43 PM

    There was an article on the NYT's Travel section on the Languedoc this past Sunday.

    It mentions Carcassone and some restaurants in and about the area: http://travel.nytimes.com/2010/05/09/...

    We had a decent lunch at Hotel de la Cite inside the medieval walls: http://www.hoteldelacite.com

    We also the delicious bean cassoulet <regional specialty> at a restaurant called LeLanguedoc.

    Here is link that might be helpful. Scroll to the bottom of the page and it mentions restaruants & tourist traps to avoid: http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/...

    We were in Carcassone about 4 years ago. As we were on the highway driving away La Cite took our breath away, it was ethereal. Time stopped and it seemed we were transported back to the 12/13 th century.

    Enjoy your trip. The food and especially the wine.

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      jrgkittredge RE: Quimbombo May 11, 2010 07:46 AM

      Thank you for such a thorough reply, very helpful!

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      rrems RE: jrgkittredge May 11, 2010 08:51 PM

      Le Languedoc has a reputation as a very fine restaurant, but is outside the city. We did not try it as we were just there on a day trip from Toulouse and time was limited, but we had a memorable lunch at Comte Roger. It is casual, and the food is absolutely delicious.

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