This restaurant is quite unusual, as the chef, Philippe Chapon, specialises in cooking with flowers! The food is really delicious, with some amazing, unusual flavours. If you're looking for something new and unexpected, then this is definitely a good choice. The wait is a bit long, and the prices aren't particularly low. But don't miss the desserts: Philippe Chapon was twice named the champion of desserts in France!
The L'Entrecote restaurant is a historical restaurant in the city of Montpellier, which is located very near the Place de Comedie. You'll be asked if you want salad or chips, and what you want to drink, and the steak is delicious - prepared to a secret recipe and served with a spectacular sauce. I have identified butter and basil, but spotting the rest of the ingredients is up to you and your palate!
A good place to meet some friends and enjoy a wonderful evening! The bar has moved, so now it's no longer too much trouble to get to - you only need to take the tram. You can play games here while you enjoy a drink, with pool tables and an electric car circuit. The colourful decor is simple but fits the location.
A good place to go with friends to try different tapas. It opened a year ago, close to the university, and has plenty to delight your palate. The drinks are delicious, and so is the food. One downside, is that a lot of the products are exported, and thus a little bit expensive. Still, worth a visit!
Definitely the best Japanese restaurant in the city of Montpellier. Here, you can enjoy lunch or dinner in an atmosphere reminiscent of the wonderful Japanese Zen gardens. The menu offers sushi, and other Japanese specialties. The octopus salad is particularly delicious.
This is a colourful restaurant with a menu that changes every week, but prices remain stable between 8 and 12 euros. The weekly changes depend on what's good in the market that week! There are pastries and gourmet coffees, huge salads, and fresh fruit juice. A good place to eat, whether inside or on the terrace.
It is located on the Place de la Comedie, and it really isn't very cheap - the location adds a few euros to the prices! That said, the atmosphere is very nice, and it has a salon where concerts and DJ sets often take place. The terrace is lovely, full of beautiful young people. Nice but pricey.
I have no complaints about the quantity or quality of the food here. It has a wide range of menus (five in total, with prices ranging from 9 to 19 euros), and offers sweet and savoury crepes. Perfectly nice.
This is a student bar where customers often leave their mark written on the walls. Recently opened, it plays good pop music, and is very open to requests. It seems to be doing a good job, as it's always full of young customers.
A place to stop for a healthy bite to eat: a pizzeria and bakery that is open all day every day. Ideal for drinks and nibbles if you get hungry while out in this city that doesn't lack nightlife. It's not too expensive, and the pizzas are great. A good place at three in the morning.
This is one of the most famous bars in Montpellier. Not far from the Avenue Foch and the Cathedral of Santa Ana, it is a charming spot to go for a drink at night. The beers aren't bad at all, and it's super-cheap! There's plenty of fun things to do - just see for yourself!
This is a very nice bar, where you can even seen some plays performed from time to time. The basement has a festive atmosphere, with several hundred square metres to dance to the DJ, who doesn't take chances with the music - it's great, popular songs, and you can enter for free.
A small bar that fills up very quickly, and is really lively at night. You can barely hear yourself think over the great music, which isn't only jazz - as the name might suggest - but also rock. A great atmosphere, highly recommended.
A good place to eat a good, cheap pancake for just 5 euros with tea, coffee or hot chocolate included in the price. The savoury crepes are slightly more expensive, but for lunch, this place is perfect. Recommended.
A little gem of a restaurant! They offer very fresh food, and the service is simply flawless. It's quite small and popular, so be sure to book in advance - but it undoubtedly deserves its success. One of the best places to eat in Montpellier, where everything is tasty and well-presented.
At a time where tapas bars are growing in popularity, this restaurant is a great example of the genre. Not only in terms of its decor - warm and friendly, with live guitar adding to the atmosphere - but also the dishes, which are skillfully and carefully prepared. A great place to discover true Spanish flavours.
Prices here are a bit higher than in most cafes, but it's worth it! This is one of the most popular gay spots in Montpellier, but whether you're gay or not, it's a good place to visit. A lovely place to spend in the afternoon.
A lovely place to spend an afternoon. The outdoor terrace isn't too big, but it's still charming. Few people come up to the first floor dining room, so it's a good place to go if you want to get some work done. The tables are uniquely decorated, and the decor changes from season to season.