We got the tip for the Pigeon Blanc from the hostess at our B&B. From the outside it doesn't look much, but inside the restaurant is unexpectedly stylish. It is said to have been in the hands of the same family for at least 3 generations
The first night there we had the menue at 20 Euros, which was 3 courses. The main dish being "Duck Hamburger", which of course was not a burger at all, but slow cooked, very tender duck meat, styled like a burger with potatoes and veggies.
The food was so good, we went there the next day for lunch, had the slightly more expensive menue for 28 Euros and again had really good food. This restaurant and the young chef does not have a Michelin star but in my eyes it is very close. And I have been in 1 Star Michelin restaurants where I had food, which was not as nicely presented nor as tasteful.
For me this restaurant is all about taste, not expensive ingredients and this is just what food should be.
The young waitresses are very friendly and give a good attentive service.