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Great service and fab food with something for everyone and all cooked properly,on the premises. And excellent value for money with a lovely relaxed atmosphere. Lovely to have it in Perth and menu changes daily
Always a pleasure to eat here. The food is freshly cooked, regionally authentic and great value for money. The service is also Fantastic. Thank you
A good selection of specials supplemented a broad based menu which should cater for a large variety of tastes gave rise to a meal that was well cooked and was delivered with excellent service.
This restaurant has been taken over and is no longer called Pig'halle, though the flavour is still French. Food and service are better than ever. Melting meat of pig's cheeks; delicate and delicious crab samosas and a delightful dessert with white chocolate ganache. All at a reasonable price.
What a fabulous evening! The food was truly French and magnifique! The tapenades and bread was much appreciated as we waited for our starters and they were extremely yummy. Starters of pigeon and the special salmon rillete were amazingly flavoursome and gobbled up very quickly. For the mains, one of the specials was haunch of venison and there wasn’t a speck left on any of the plates - extra bread was called in to make sure no sauce was left for the dishwasher to take care of! The Bouillabaisse was delightful and quite filling. Steaks were juicy and cooked well - fresh fries were to die for! Halibut was a generous serving and perfectly cooked. That leaves us with the desserts - oh my, those desserts! Creme Brûlée one of the best we have ever had and we have had many in France and all over the world - amazing flavour and consistency. Dad was almost licking the slate when his chocolate dessert and salted caramel ice cream was finished. If you like Macaron’s (we have a 14 yr old who is obsessed) these guys do them very very well. Just like Paris - you pick from the mouth-watering selection in the deli and then they are served to you at your table. Usually you’d struggle to eat 5 but no trouble here! The wine menu is small and excellent - we enjoyed a lovely Margaux. Coffees were first class. The service was very relaxed and confident. There was a buzz in this place - the kind hum that you only hear in a restaurant where people are enjoying the food, the drinks and the atmosphere. A beautiful experience and we will definitely be back!! An excellent reason to visit Perth. Highly recommended if you love classic French hospitality. :)
Excellent for value, quality, and for the menu-choices available, with quality rather than quantity their (and our) priority. The plats du jour were a richly flavoursome squash soup with a delicious little ball of duck meat as garnish (it had a nice level of heat from some ginger I think, making it just the job on a frosty day). The braised pigs cheeks were marvellously tasty and tender with some creamy mashed tatties and then a blueberry clafoutis with mint and chocolate ice cream rounded it all off. Having gone to this restaurant fairly often in the past, it is nice to observe that if anything it gets better and more consistently good as time passes. Their chef(s) can really cook. No problem getting a seat on a Sunday afternoon (I booked a couple of days before). Three courses each then coffee (no wine) plus some extremely fresh and tasty bread all for under £30 per mouth is pretty good going these days. The service from our French waiter was warm, friendly and attentive without ever being overdone. Then the manager was doing her rounds as well to double-check that we were happy. We were, very. It's the real bistro deal, which if it was was pricier, it wouldn't be, so I wouldn't go. Nice to feel looked-after rather than shaken down. Thank you.
Pig'Halle is a cosy, friendly French restaurant in Perth, Scotland. The décor gives the ambience of being in an inner city Paris eatery whilst the friendly staff make customers feel at home and very welcome. The menu is varied and reasonably priced and the food is beautifully served and tastes exquisite. I would not hesitate to recommend Pig'Halle to anyone. An absolute treasure of a restaurant and the ultimate dining experience!
You love "A Hero in France" by Alan Furst. You love France profonde. You imagine arriving in Gard du Nord, Paris taking line 4 to Les Halles. Alternatively take the A85 to Perth for impeccable food and fantastic atmosphere at Pig'Halle. Queen scallop in Noily Pratt. And then - slow cooked pig cheek, confit of pigs trotters, black pudding, roast loin of pork, baked apple, red wine sauce and chips; and to settle the meal banana and chocolate souffle. Champagne, Corbieres and a desert wine. There was also coffee and pistachio macarons. Hic. Tout est bon dans le chochon.
We took some friends along to the Pig'Halle for lunch today and they were most impressed. The service was excellent and the menu very tempting. Those of us who had the Pork Shank Special were particularly pleased with our choice. For deserts we had the "four little surprise delights" with coffee - and we were delighted with what had been arranged onto the slates which were placed before us. All in all a great meal - we will certainly recommend it to other friends which I am sure will make us very popular...
Love Pig Halle in Perth! Been several times for lunch for birthdays and days when we needed cheering up. Food is deliciously varied and French, as are the very friendly helpful staff. Great wine list - we had the Malbec Mont Rocher - soft and plumlicious. Our lunch included fresh homemade bread with two dips - one with chickpeas and garlic and the other tapenade as we poured over the menu. Followed by eggs en cocotte with black pudding and fragrant French Onion soup for starters; meltingly moreish Boeuf Bourguognon with creamy mash and a side of crisp fresh vegetables to follow. Puddings were offered and looked delicious, but were reluctantly refused (as we were too full) and we finished with excellent coffee and more Malbec. Another long, leisurely, contented lunch in Pig Halle - the perfect way to spend a Sunday!