This restaurant is sometimes great and sometimes ordinary. All the food is locally sourced and the service is good. Some friends have had great steaks and sometimes very ordinary. For that reason I usually have the local trout.
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If you find yourself in this region of France, you should stop here in La Cabanas at LaCube. We were taken here with friends who have lived most of their lives in the region - the food was not only excellent but deliciously regional. For...More
A friendly restaurant that sources most of its ingredients locally. The proprietor is very pleasant and keen to make sure you enjoy his food and restaurant. Most of the menu consists of beef, or trout, and comes accompanied by chips and salad. I had a...More
The owner is a farmer. He uses his own fresh produce to make beautiful, tasty meals. Lovely chap. Speaks English; well, better than I speak French. We asked for dish of the day. Outstanding. You will go far and pay much to find a venue...More
Phillipe (je suis en rockstar) LaCube (owner) was on great form when we visited one lunchtime, 'performing' for his guests a number of traditional songs, you could see Phillipe was in his element. Food was excellent and by 12.30pm the restaurant was full to bursting....More
Firstly, this is not a restaurant for vegetarians, or even those who don't eat much red meat: the menu has only 2 non-beef options: cheese salad, and trout (both excellent). Even the chips are cooked in duck fat. There are also limited options with regards...More
One of the best places ever. Simple but amazing local food. Very very tasty and so well served. Book in advance as it is usually full.
Some friends who live here took us to this local restaurant - definitely need to book as it is full most nights (only restaurant in town) Locally sourced ingredients - we had trout and it was delicious. Portions are generous and it is reasonably priced....More
Locally sourced ingredients, simple preparation but well presented and very good, generous portions.Only open Thursday to Sunday, and reserve in advance it was full even on thursday out of season
We've just spent a week in Les Cabannes and ate here twice, once on the Sunday night and once on the following Friday night. Even though we were very much out of season, we needed to book both times as the restaurant was full when...More