Set in the charming medieval village of Saissac, La Montagne Noire restaurant and bar is a quaint French restaurant with a cosy bar and terrace for dining al fresco. Take in the stunning unspoilt views of the Pyrenee’s and enjoy the laid back, relaxing atmosphere and friendly company.
Take a step back in time while visiting the ancient castle ruins, cobbled streets and old buildings. Stop by and sip a cold beer, enjoy a glass of local wine or freshly brewed coffee. Taste the French speciality cuisine while enjoying the sunshine on a summers day or getting cosy in the bar, with comfortable seating and a laid back atmosphere. With an array of homemade produce and a menu which changes daily, you are spoilt for choice.
Whether you prefer a three course meal or a light lunch, we have plenty to choose from. Come and see the beautiful scenery and ancient village of Saissac in La Montagne Noire and explore the quaint architecture. Soak in the view and stop for a while! Meet some locals and taste the famous French cuisine.
La Montagne Noire is an historic building, an iconic hotel and restaurant. Famous for l’ecrivisse (crayfish) among other specialities, the restaurant is a popular and well-known eatery. The establishment has taken new ownership and undergone some much-needed renovation. We are delighted to bring you the new and improved restaurant and bar!
L'ecrevisses - Crayfish traditionally presented
Homemade desserts of choice
Entrecote steak cooked to perfection
Beer battered fish and chips with homemade fries
A fine selection of French cheeses to enjoy
Come and join us for The Impossible Stringband, live music on Friday night August 30th! The Impossible Stringband are a popular acoustic band playing a mix of traditional Iris
We are happy to welcome back Luna Lake for a concert this Saturday 24th of August. Luna Lake were the first group to play at La Montagne Noire and were a great success. Join u
La Montagne Noire Restaurant & Bar presents Kieran Thorpe! Come and see Kieran Thorpe, solo artist, on Saturday 17th August for some traditional folk ballads. After spendi