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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

We went for the Easter menu with 4 adults and 2 children (7 and 10). The Easter menu consisted of a choice between 2 entrees (trio of foie gras, asparagus), several main courses, cheese and a choice between 2 desserts (pavlova,Easter egg). The trio of...foie gras was fine, the asparagus entre was good, except for the asparagus mousse, which was ice cold. I think that it would have been better served in ambient temperature. The restaurant have a children's menu, but our kids took the Easter menu with us and for the main dish, the restaurant kindly provided smaller dished for the children. One of them had lamb and the other had entrecote. Both kids wolfed down their main dish in no time. The entrecote was cooked exactly as asked and the lamb was good. The same comments the adults taking the entrecote and the lamb. One person took the fillet of St Pierre and reported the fish to lack taste. One person took the Turbot and though that it was good, both in taste and cooking. Both fish dishes were however served with a bean puré, which was way too peppery. All dishes were served with a potatoe gratin (gratin dauphinoise) which was very good. We had the house rosé wine, also good. The cheese was good but nothing extraordinary. The pavlova dessert was served with a fresh fruit sallad. It both looked and tested good. The "almost egg" dessert was a chocolate cake served in a half chocolate egg with a strawberry sorbet. Really delicious and well presented. We did not even see the chocolate cake on son's plate before it had disappeared... The ambience of the restaurant is that of a simple countryside restaurant, without any exagorated decoration. The staff is very friendly and the quality vs price is correct. The restaurant is popular with the locals, who are looking for a nice moment without anything fancy. In the summer there is an outdoor terrasse looking out at a small lake, around which you can take a stroll after lunch.More

Date of visit: April 2018
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  • Les Berges de Moras is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
    • Food: 3.5
    • Service: 3.5
    • Value: 3.5
    • Atmosphere: 4