Foie gras, truffle, cassoulet, Roquefort and many more ...
Occitan gastronomy is rich in its diversity, its scents and its flavors. Shaped by its terroir and its products, it is based on family cuisine, friendly and generous. The vast and varied territory of Occitania, from the Pyrenees to the Massif Central, around the Mediterranean, is responsible for the diversity of its productions. You will easily find the noble products of Occitania on the bustling markets which flourish in abundance in our villages and our cities. You will taste them in our countless traditional festivals as well as in the generosity of our labeled tables (labels Logis de France, Maître Restaurateur, Tables and Inns of France,…).
If you wish, La Maison Jaune offers you a picnic area in the park with free tables and chairs, barbecue, refrigerator, water point ... You can enjoy nature while tasting regional products purchased from our local producers...
The Ardus Restaurant is the other name for the Garnements, this establishment taken over by some friends on the edge of the Aveyron in Lamothe-Capdeville. This tavern-style restaurant offers dining outdoors, without sacrificing comfort when the weather is nice. The atmosphere is friendly and you will enjoy the freshness of Aveyron. On the menu side, you can taste fresh fish, grilled meats and seafood, as well as beautiful salads. Reservation essential, the establishment is often overbooked in fine weather.
Aux Lys d'Or at Réalville welcomes you in a historic building in the center of the village. The chef prepares refined dishes for you using fresh ingredients produced by our local producers.
Negy and his team will welcome you in their traditional restaurant which highlights "family, homemade and generous cuisine where foie gras remains the star" in garlic terrine, clafoutis or gingerbread.