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Lautrec is a Medieval Village in the South of France. 45 minutes drive from the beautiful city of Albi.
It is the home of France's Pink Garlic and Le Pastel, the blue dye made from the Cocagne Plant.
Lautrec is listed as "one of the...More
Visited today on the way to Albi. Set lunch in quirky cafe. Loved it. Butternut squash soup and lovely bread. Main Course falafel, rice, salad, hummus, lentils. All delicious. Tiramisu for dessert. It’s a 250 pichet of Rose wine and two coffees the bull came...More
We visit this cafe whenever we go to Lautrec - it is full of character and charm and has a lovely courtyard setting. The staff are always smiling and friendly. When we last visited just after Easter we had a fabulous lunch - beautifully cooked...More
Very unusual place good ambience during a day Great music every day evening time.
they don't provide special recommended food but you can tapas nibbles with local sausage fresh baguette and fruit salad. reasonable price wine / house /2 £ a glass.
Music is very...More
Hard to know how to rate this place. Lovely courtyard around a huge plane tree. Eccentrically finished and a lovely ambiance.. staff are welcome if and helpful. I believe it is a cooperative and that care for the business shows. Nothing fancy. Drinks and light...More