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Neptune

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One of Collioure’s best restaurants is easygoing and remarkably unpretentious. You’ll find Neptune on the southeastern edge of town in a salmon-toned farmhouse facing the sea. Main courses change with the seasons but have included several versions of lobster, rack of suckling lamb with fresh thyme, and beef tenderloin in a rich Collioure red-wine sauce. www.leneptune-collioure.com

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La Balette

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La Balette, a restaurant in Collioure already celebrated before WW2 still is one of the most renowned restaurants of the Côte Vermeille. …so many flavours upon which the wines of Collioure flow freely. Facing the restaurant opposite the bay, with its pink dome, the tower of Our Lady of Angels watches over paradise lovers. Our new chef “Frédéric Bacquié” will welcome you with new surprising dishes. www.la-balette.com

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Le Jardin

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The Collioure garden has moved into the Cloister of the Dominican Convent, a XIII century heritage site located between the cellar bearing the same name and the Collioure Museum. A peaceful, quiet space, you can relax in its large, shaded garden, protected by a high stone wall, or else chose the air-conditioned hall, with its stone wall and soothingly colored furnishings, or perhaps simply enjoy an aperitif and tapas in our open-air lounge under the century-old maple. Then, at the end of the evening, you can round off the day with a cigar...

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Can Pla

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Can Pla is a highly rated restaurant, with a terrace on our road. Price range: £12 – £40 Cuisines: Mediterranean, Spanish, Tapas Good for: Child-friendly, Romantic, Business, Local cuisine, Special Occasion Dining, Entertaining clients Dining options: Reservations,...

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