Great range of local specialities, and wonderful service. I had one of their copious salads and the local wine was surprisingly good.
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We made reservations at 19:30, but the restaurant was pretty full so we had to wait one hour before having our dishes. Some other couples that arrived after us, were served quicker. But next to that, the personnel was ok. Better is to come at...More
Somewhat disconcertingly 13 of us sat down for supper in the upstairs room here to toast our friend who was getting married the next day. That set aside, we were looked after superbly with delightfully relaxed and efficient service (the spoken French of some guests...More
Stumbled upon this on an overnight stopover in St Flour and had a tasty dinner. Service was prompt and food tasty, especially the chocolate desserts.
The modest frontage of this little restaurant hides a top quality dining experience. It's clear that the locals know to book in advance, but we were lucky enough to get a table for the highlight of our journey. The goat's cheese parcel was a dream,...More
Booked at 6PM for 18 people. Two with serious dietary issues. No problem. An amazing series of meals from the €25 three course menu and for three people a la Carter. Wonderful meal praised by all. Then rounded off by chatting to other restaurant clients...More
We were told to come back in 20 minutes quite abruptly despite seats being available. Gave them the benefit of the doubt and went back. They put us in a horrible corner seat despite better ones being available. Another couple sat next to us after...More