It was a nice place and the food was also good. It is definitely a family run place because there kids were running around. "Being kids"
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Le Cafe Grand is in our opinion, the best place in the town square. Great coffee in the morning, attentive but not overbearing service and a wide range of good eats for dinner. Check out the duck and foie gras pizza if that's bag -...More
Lovely old building, mediocre lunchtime food, but no excuse for the the racist, ignorant owner. He twice point-blank refused to speak to my French (black) wife when she went to settle-up, and would only communicate via a 3rd party. Completely unacceptable. Don't give this scum...More
With no pre booking, and a group of 15 of us, the le grand cafe was very accommodating. It was busy as the evening market was on. All the food was good, but the pizzas were especially good. Service was quick and helpful. Not the...More
We first visited as a family of four and arrived just before they were starting to serve food. Waiter/waitresses were great, very attentive and opened the kitchen early for our young family. Meals (pizza for the children and entrecôte and fries for adults) was lovely....More
After wandering the Place, checking menues, chose this restaurant, sitting outside...waitress was attentive, extremely pleasant and served us well...the meal was adequate, the wine OK...the best meal of 3 on the Place
A group of nine of use had a great lunch here. There was plenty of choice on the menu and we all enjoyed the food. the were some local dishes on offer, but mainly what you would expect from a French restaurant. the moues frites...More
This restaurant had a good menu but the food wasn't as tasty as other restaurants in the square. I had the moules et frites but they were a little overdone.
We had a walk around the square looking for a place to eat, my wife suggested that we try the the Grand Cafe! We were quite impressed by the interior and took a seat, ordered some drinks and had a look at the menu. The...More
Wednesday night in Limoux is dead. Most of the restaurants on the city square were closed. On the up side, the location of Le Grand Cafe is a definite plus. It was only a few minutes on foot from our hotel. We took the E23.90...More