Good solid local fare, plenty of it, cosy small restaurant in side street. Garrulous patron. Good value but dull food.
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Delicious fish and vegetables fresh from the market in this small restaurant in a medieval street behind the market place in Cahors. Very friendly and you can practice your French with the chef!
Typical french restaurant with good, honest food and fine atmosphere. The chef himself will show up and ask if everything was ok. It is a bit hard to find but really worth a visit!
During a very short and unexpected visit to Cahors we had an excellent dinner and great service! We tasted different local dishes. All four of us enjoyed the typical and fresh meals.
The service was fast and friendly. The cuisine was seasonal, hearty and plentiful. Marbré de canard with salad was very good and coquilles St. Jacques with leeks, also very good. Mains were medallions of lamb or veal on a bed of winter veg. Meat was...More
This small restaurant is in a lovely location, down an ancient, narrow alley, just off the high street, close to the town centre. For tourist or local, this is a gem. Our evening menu was €21, with a choice of 5 starters, 5 main courses...More
Visited today for lunch following several recommendations. Four of us had the fixed price menu (21 Euro for 3 courses.) The style is good traditional French cuisine. Special mention goes to the Feuillete Coquille St Jacques for starter - which was outstanding. Chef was very...More
we ate dinner here which was a very affordable 21euro for a 3 course meal. The portions were enormous and delicious. My seafood hot pot was delicious. It is a small place so booking ahead is advisable although we were lucky to get a table...More
Great menu de jour and reasonably priced wine. I had the langostine salad, followed by a slow cooked beef neck with mushrooms and root vegetables. I couldn't decide which clafouti to have..strawberry or plum, so they did a 50/50, which both were magnificent. reasonably priced...More
A group of us, a dozen hikers on the Santiago pilgrimage route, dined together. Our host has recommended that we reserve in advance, and to expect an idiosyncratic chef. I stopped by during the afternoon to reserve and was nearly shooed away, until they understood...More