Having been on a visit to a local Armagnac producer, we made our way to one of two towns that claim the distinction of being "Capital of Armagnac" - the restaurant/café opens onto the square by the local cathedral. our visit was on Monday which meant that the place was relatively busy at lunchtime as many other establishments were closed, as is tradition in France. In addition to the obligatory fixed menus, there was also a good selection of alternative dishes, none of which were expensive. Together with a salad from their buffet, we enjoyed a well cooked Maigret and Jamon steak with a pitcher of local wine which was very drinkable - there were only two problems which were the wind in the square, about which they could do little, and some slow service due to a larger volume of customers, being Monday. However, value was good - we would eat there again.
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