We were taken here by Brits who have a holiday home in the area on the first weekend of the season. The greeting was welcoming, the view fantastic, complete with swans. The food is excellent, a slight twist on the usual menu found in Aquitaine, given that the Liverpool born patronne/chef has spent a substantial time cooking in Spain. Very good starters included a substantial grilled marrow bone which looked luscious. The entree of large scallops topped with foie gras and a champagne sauce was pronounced 'wonderful' by my chef husband, and my Spanish cut of pork served as a large paupiette was the best thing I have tasted in a long while. I had a delicious lemon custard with a soft meringue for dessert, served with a sable biscuit, which completed a splendid meal for me. The others went for the cheese board, which concentrates on local produce as far as possible. A meal which will be remembered for a long time, in very pleasant surroundings.
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