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Chez Eva
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Nous nous sommes arrêté au mois d'aout dans ce restaurant où nous avons été très bien accueilli. Le repas est à u prix raisonnable. Cadre superbe avec une belle terrasse. A conseiller.

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Chez Eva
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Nous y sommes allés hier soir, 14 septembre 2013 en famille Malgré un accueil plutôt sympa, service assez long, assiette vide pour 20 euros (un magrets de 6 tranches vous avez déjà vu ça?!), non amabilité des gérants qui haussent le ton dès la moindre reproche De plus, carte de 5/6 plats dont la moitié n'est plus disponible dès 21 heures! Bref à ne surtout pas conseiller ni aller.

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Note ambiance : 3 / 5
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Chez Eva
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Nous sommes arrivés un peu tard (vers 15h) pour boire et grignoter quelque chose: Mal reçu, pas un sourire, on avait l'impression de les déranger. On n'y retournera plus c'est certain!

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Chez Eva
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What a gem ! If you are travelling in the Languedoc this summer, near to the Lac de Salagou, Clermont L'Herault or the mythical Cirque de Moureze, the restaurant Chez Eva at Moureze is a real gem. First, its location : adjacent to the celebrated Cirque de Moureze, it is a very very convenient stop-off point for geologists, geographers, anthropologists or simply walkers, ramblers, or tourists, for a beer, a coffee, lunch or dinner. Second, its site : in the medieval village of Moureze, it is situated on the principle road through this quiet, small but picturesque village. The restaurant is primarily outside in the garden in a haven of greenery, complemented by a patchwork of pebbles and stonework. Shaded from the blue sky of Provence by some large trees, there are a multitude of pastel coloured parasols to provide further added protection and the slight difference in levels provides a further not inconvenient attraction (see below wheelchairs). I passed by twice, once for lunch and once for dinner. The teams offering service had changed for the evening but both were welcoming, friendly, polite and professional. Eva offers both a 3-course fixed menu (with 2 choices) at 18 euros, an a la carte menu including vegetarian. I chose the a la carte menu on both occasions sampling for lunch the "seiches a la plancha" (17 euros) (squid done in a butter garlic sauce) accompanied by a cassolette of moules, sorry mussels, and a side salad, washed down by 2 beers. With a small tip included, I left 25 euros. In the evening I again opted for an "a la carte fish" ( steaks, duck and salads along with pizzas are also available ) choosing the "gambas persillees au whisky" (gambas in parsley flambeed in whisky ) accompanied by rice and a creamy mayonnaise and a side salad. This time I quenched my thirst with a half litre of rose ( I can recommend Les Roses Domaine Farrieres at 12 euros ). However most of Eva's wine selection comes from the local vineyards and are normally of good quality, on average at 17 euros a bottle ( these are not Parisian prices !) or there are high quality wines en carafe at 12 euros a litre. I left 35 euros ( gambas at 20 euros, my wine at 12 euros and a small tip). All in all this was very very good value for money ! I was not tempted by the starters nor the desserts (eg creme brulee, crumble, death by chocolate) but there is a wide choice of both. If you are lucky, Eva, the owner / hostess will prise herself away from the kitchen at the end of the evening and you will be entranced by her warm, magical and welcoming smile along with her English ! This is a real gem. What's more not only are the location, site, welcome, service and food very good but toilets can often make or break a place. These are very bright, very clean and if required a discreet baby's nappy-changing area is available. The ultimate is that Eva has installed a Dyson Blade Hand-dryer. That is a recommendation in itself for any toilets in a French restaurant ! Wheelchairs represent no problem as was demonstrated last night ... And should the blue sky of Provence give way at short notice to the summer storm there is suitable undercover accommodation. Try it ! A real gem ! C'est genial !

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Note : 4 / 5
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Note ambiance : 4 / 5
Note decoration : 4 / 5
Note qualité / prix : 4 / 5

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