We had the cassoulet, the fully loaded crepe (almost like a full English in a pancake!) and a Croque Monsieur. All absolutely delicious. Lovely view, good service and a very reasonable price. Highly recommended.
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We were after a snack and drink between lunch and dinner service,after kayaking along the Vezere and Bar L'Ovalie was perfect. A very welcoming and accommodating waitress served us lovely Croque Madames and salad followed by a huge ice-cream. Just what we needed!
This was definitely a good choice to stop and have lunch. The terrace setting is beautiful overlooking the Vézère river. Excellent prices and service. Simple and nice!
After walking round this small and lovely quaint French town, we stopped at Bar L'Ovalie for what was going to be a quick coffee/tea, but the menu was appetising and the location was superb, the sun was still shining and we were not in a...More
A picture perfect day and we chose a table overlooking the river. We wanted a simple lunch, not too filling and we achieved our goal nicely. Service by the friendly waitress was excellent and we soon had an omelette nature with salad and a salad...More
Really nice place to sit and look at the river. Good value for set menu although we chose the wrong main which neither of us enjoyed particularly (duck parmentier which is like shepherds pie). The goat's cheese salad, however, was delicious and wished I'd had...More
I could not believe that this positively stunning riverside venue rates so low down on TA. We received wonderful service, outstanding salads and at decent prices. God range in the menu. Notable historic plaque on wall recording arrest of a WW2 resistance hero.
The bridge to the other side of the town was still closed for renovation works so this side of the river was quiet, which was quite nice. It was one of the first lovely days of the year, clear skies and warm, so it was...More
Stopped here at the end of October on rainy day - convenient disabled parking space a few metres up the road. The 4 adults all had croq monsieurs, one of which was a croq madame and the other a croq tomate. The normal ones were...More