There are dozens of places to eat within the ramparts of the medieval Cité de Carcassonne. When the weather’s nice, try to find a place to eat outside. Several restaurants have an exterior sitting area.
Le Jardin de l’Eveque carries O’Vineyards wine and has a whole menu designed to be eaten outdoors in the shade of the trees.
Le Jardin de l’Eveque
Place Auguste-Pierre Pont
+33 4 68 71 98 71
Open daily from June to September for lunch and dinner, weather permitting.
The Jardin de l’Eveque only has outdoor seating so their entire menu is designed for the warm Languedoc weather. Well, they serve cassoulet if you really want it, but they focus on a lot of cooler, crisper menu items. The restaurant also shares its staff with the Michelin-starred restaurant at l’Hotel de la Cité and Chez Saskia across the street, so service should be top notch.