We have eaten very well this week in Dordogne, but Julien comes out just on top. We hit a rainy day for lunch so were denied the outdoor setting looking at the famous Abbey. Even so indoors was charming. The dishes are on one side of a chalkboard, wines on the other. We chose a E23 menu. There is also an a la carte list. First we had snails and a fish terrine, both terrific in their own way, then a piece of lamb shoulder and a wonderful stuffed breast of Guinea hen with foie gras sauce. We then shared a cheese plate and a triple chocolate gateau. A bottle of rose was another E10. Service was excellent. It is not right to compare a restaurant like this with certain other expensive, acclaimed ones, but we would go back in a flash.
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