We had Great tasting food although a bit expensive. The service was attentive and friendly in this small scenic village.
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We ate at Chez Grand Ma whilst staying at a gite nearby. The food was lovely and the service was great but compared to other restaurants in the vicinity we found it a little expensive.
We had two evening meals last week - Wednesday and Saturday. As in the past the offer is based around two menus each having a choice of three starters and three main courses followed by a choice of desserts/cheese. As has been our experience in...More
We had a fabulous lunch today - our two little kids ate 3 entire courses which is unheard of in our house. My wife and I enjoyed our menu's and a local rosé. The desert of Isle flottant was to die for !!!!! A big...More
On a quick trip to our house in the area, the visit would not be complete without having a meal at this restaurant. We have been coming here for some years, usually dining outside in the courtyard in the summer months. This time it was,...More
If you are in a hurry then this lace is not for you. Madame took the orders and served well cooked food which was clearly produced once ordered. All seemed fresh.i don't eat meat but Madame was happy to guide me to other dishes on...More
Eight of us coming back from a classic car meeting stopped by on a Sunday at lunch time. Six sat in. The other two went to "wash their hands". The owner / manager (?) ran after them to chase them from in front the wash...More
We always come here when we visit the area and it doesn't change. The standard of food and service is always good. The courtyard is lovely when weather allows but inside is also nice. Traditional choice of French menus; always very tasty
A dozen or so tables set in a quiet courtyard off the main street of an already quiet village. It's called Chez Grand Ma - of course you know what you are going to get. We were there for lunch with regulars and we have...More