Top 5: Fine Dining Restaurants in Montpellier, France

by Jack Guy

Oct 9, 2018

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Top 5 / Europe

There are lots of great budget restaurants in Montpellier, but sometimes you want to treat yourself. Here are some great options for fine-dining restaurants for that special night out.

Le Jardin des Sens

This Michelin-starred restaurant is housed in a 4-star hotel, and the main dining room offers views over a beautiful garden. The cuisine is sophisticated Mediterranean, and the setting makes it a great place for a date.


This quirky spot serves its food in small glasses rather than on plates, which immediately makes it stand out from the crowd. The original menu is highly varied and includes plenty of vegetarian options, so it’s worth a look for a unique experience.

Le Bistrot de Bacchus

Watch as the chef prepares your meal in an open kitchen at this laid-back restaurant on the outskirts of town. The menu is seasonal and you can rest assured each ingredient is of the highest possible quality.

Maison de la Lozere

Head to the 13th-century vaults of this spectacular restaurant to rub shoulders with a well-dressed crowd that comes to enjoy the classic French dishes. You’ll pay around $60 per person with wine, but it’s worth it.

Le Pastis

Grab a table on the terrace on sunny days at this rustic spot that offers a short menu using ingredients the chef picks up on his trips to the local markets.

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