After my coffee at the excellent Café Latitude I continued to explore the small streets of Montpellier slowly making my way back towards Place de la Comédie and as I got close to Musée Fabre I noticed it was lunchtime so started looking for somewhere to have a meal.
In the forecourt to Musée Fabre is Restaurant Insensé which is billed as a French restaurant with Medditeranean influences. Sounded interesting so I headed in.
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I’d left Toulouse around midday and the train trundled through the French countryside to Montpellier via Carcassonne and along the Golfe du Lion. It was a short walk to my hotel and then time to explore.
My first order of business was to find something to eat. I’d not had a crepe yet on this trip so had a quick look around the local area and found La Crêperie de la Comédie.
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The name L’Ane Qui Tousse translates to The Coughing Donkey – I forgot to ask for the password to the page on the website that would tell me why the name was chosen.
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After my drink at La Mécanique des Fluides I wandered around the area to see what was open for dinner and eventually came to Le Péry, a bar that was doing a roaring Saturday evening trade.
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After my beers at The Frog & Rosbif I ventured around the corner to a small restaurant called La Tanière.
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