Having visited a couple of years ago we decided to visit again on our return to the Dordogne. We opted for the tapas option for lunch, each element was delicious. Our favourite options were the chorizo/sasuage duo platter and the tartare tomato served with toasted baguette. The location is fantastic, sat on a decked area on the banks of the river where the Vezere meets the Dordogne. Defiantly worth stopping for a tapas lunch
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