In a bright cellar near the Garonne river, this gourmet restaurant (one Michelin star) will leave you with memories of precise tastes and clear textures. The service and atmosphere will make you spend a moment of relaxation out of time. The menu, exposed in a minimalist way, serves only as a guide for a meal that is full of surprises while remaining coherent. One of the best addresses in the city.
You will not have much choice but it does not matter because you will taste a lot of small, beautifully executed dishes. Let me cite: trout, apple, yuzu, dill. Or: pot-au-feu stew and Beaufort burger.
It is a (very) small room that hides a great cuisine despite its apparent simplicity. The Japanese chef offers every day a unique dish, a mix of Japanese and French cuisines made with fresh local produce. An example is sashimi of organic trout from the Pyrénées. While waiting for your dish, you will be able to taste very good Japanese teas.
The chef has worked at Sarran and it shows. Relaxed atmosphere, gourmet cuisine, inventive and warm.
Two places a few streets apart: « the restaurant » and « the bistrot ».
For lunch, the menu is renewed daily. In the evening, the menu is more bistronomic and very well executed. Nice and airy room in a bistro atmosphere.
This small restaurant offers Laotian and Thai family cuisine made with care. Welcome is warm.
The room does not look like much. But the Japanese chef serves among the best sushi in town.
To eat at Sarran is to set foot in the most famous restaurant of the city (two Michelin stars), without feeling intimidated. The welcome is warm, the staff is caring and the cuisine feels comforting despite its great sophistication. Technique never overcomes emotion and at the end of the meal, one realizes what an extraordinary mastery it takes for such a complex work to bring out the harmony of what is natural.
Self-taught chef Hamid Miss started offering meals at his own home before opening this place that never empties. The room with a soft and clean decor is nice and the dishes are still infinitely more. The chef mixes French cuisine and his native Morocco with his inspirations that showcase spices, broths and textures with quality products.
Also very well known in Toulouse, these restaurants are all located on the second floor of the Victor Hugo market (you have to push a discreet door and climb a small staircase). They all serve simple cuisine made with fresh produce in a friendly atmosphere. The most famous one is undoubtedly the Louchébem (meat speciatly).