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Does this restaurant serve Basque food?YesNoUnsure
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My wife and I went here for a relatively early supper. We were made very welcome and escorted into the relaxed restaurant area behind the main shop. The service was great; attentive and helpful at the right times, and never overbearing.
The fondue avec champignons...More
Let's try to clarify what may be a bit confusing at first. It's a threefold place with a food/wine shop and a (sort of) wine bar with high tables on the front and a more traditional restaurant on the back.
They sell/serve great products, carefully...More
This is cheese shop and deli with a cozy restaurant at the back looking out over the valley and mountains.
The quality of the products here is tremendous, and you can tell that they are really passionate about what they do. There is a large...More
If you are looking for home-cooked mountain food, with bio cheeses, duck etc, look no further than this bistro located at the back of the shop selling these products as well as bio wines.
Our only course was a large lasagne comprising duck and local...More
This is a shop and restaurant all-in-one. You can buy cheese and hams, wine and other local specialities, plus there is a little organic market in the back. Not cheap, but useful if you eat only organic food. We had a cheese fondue for dinner....More
Had two top lunches here - couldn't ski as completely stuffed up with a cold - nothing complicated but a platter of stunning regional cheeses and a glass of vin from an extensive by the glass list from regional, independent wineries. Service is relaxed, friendly...More