Amélie Mélo //
With the help of Carole DELGA, President of the Occitanie Region, Christophe RAMOND, President of the Tarn Departmental Council, and Pascal BUGIS, Mayor of Castres, Chef Davy CARAVACA, his wife Edwige, Nicolas in the dining room, and Ethan in the kitchen, have the pleasure of welcoming you to their restaurant. Thanks to the support of their bank and their customers, they can accommodate you with 46 indoor seats and 32 on the summer terrace. Discover a surprising universe, more zen, and natural, in line with their cuisine.
Our vision //
The pleasure of welcoming you and making you have a great time. Many customers have become our friends. We see our restaurant as a table d’hôtes where we have a real pleasure to exchange, discuss, smile and highlight our beautiful region.
On the Quai Miredames, the restaurant offers a beautiful terrace overlooking the Agoût River during the sunny days. Located just a stone’s throw from the tanneries houses and the historic center of Castres, which houses the fabulous Goya Museum and that of Jean Jaurès (a famous figure from the city), the place is ideal for dining away from the crowds. The interior decor, designed by Flora Itié (a local designer), with a reminder of the splendid view drawn by the illustrator Blue Millenium, welcomes you in a cozy atmosphere. With its open kitchen, the Chef cooks in front of you (the table near the Chef is often the first to be booked). A guarantee of quality and especially for the pleasure of exchanging, the Chef especially likes the winter period when the warm atmosphere of the restaurant becomes more friendly. The expansion of the restaurant now offers around fifty indoor seats and thirty on the terrace. Themed menus throughout the year are offered and you often find the same regulars who have become friends of the Amélie Mélo over the years.