Stopped for coffees and juice. Cost twice as much as we usually pay for anorder like that. Table service was slow.
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Rustic through and trough. It's not fancy 'schmancy' but they use proper ingredients. The food is good. The waiters and waitresses are very friendly. Lucky for us, ours was Dutch young lady. So we could order in our own language ;-)
Recommended by friends, we finally made it to lunch - the sun came out and sitting outside in this glorious village is memorable. We have had many menu de jour lunches, but this was the very best and for 12 euros for four courses and wine, has to be the best value anywhere. Excellent service by our very friendly and... More
This the sort of Restaurant which keeps me going back to France year on year. The food in not pretentious but excellent value and very satisfying. We had an aperitif each, followed by vegetable soup made with a chichen stock/ pate and salad/steak and chips ( in duck fat!! )/ ice cream flavoured with Armagnac. All that for less than... More
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