Restaurant Adiu (Argelès-Gazost)

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Welcome to his Majesté’s place! That’s Fabien Majesté, who learned the ropes under Hélène Darroze before royally chilling in the Pyrenees countryside. His palace? A wine-bar-esque eatery with bright red banquettes, where you can savor thoughtfully sourced eats alongside small shared plates or cheese and charcuterie boards. For our last lunch there, we opted for a hearty sandwich made with herb-roasted chicken from the Ferme Marcotte, wrapped up in brioche bun from La Boulange, with slow-roasted vegetables (eggplant, zucchini, pepper, garlic), rosemary mayonnaise and mizuna, chosen over a pastrami, pickled red cabbage and crispy onion sandwich – all of which came with a side of golden fries and sriracha mayonnaise for dipping. Still hungry after all that? We suggest you opt for a slice of the incredible spiced walnut carrot cake. And we’ll be back for tapas, like trout gravlax with makrut lime, pink peppercorns and dill, risotto croquettes, kohlrabi carpaccio or even a plate of local cheeses. // Loulou Pic

FEELING THIRSTY? : Low-intervention bottles only: La Colline En Flamme, a Roanne chardonnay from the Domaine des Pothiers (€6.50 a glass), Amour Sauvage, a Bergerac red blend by Combrillac (€7.50), or a Provence rosé from the Domaine Roustan (€6.50)… Unless you’d prefer a Walbrew beer brewed in Tarbes (€4.50 for 330 ml).
PRICE: : Set menu €13 (sandwich + fries), sandwich €9, fries €6.50, salads €15, apero boards and small plates €6.50 to €27, desserts €6.

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