Had dinner here on a recommendation from relatives who live in the village. The restaurant is run by the same family who run the charcuterie nextdoor - both establishments being vital to village life. They do a short 'workers lunch' menu and on certain days of the week they serve dinner - slightly longer and fancier menu. With the weather still warm in late September guests were seated in the courtyard. The atmosphere was relaxed and the menu deeply regional. Most produce (as in the charcuterie) comes from local farms and suppliers . Our meal included fish stew, foie gras, roast chicken, and cheese. The foie gras and cheese were excellent. The fish and chicken were pretty good too. The dishes are simple but very well done. Service was very friendly and they spoke a little English. All the wines come from the nearby Chateau Bois Brincon (and are excellent) and guests were all locals (mix of established villagers and French city-folk with weekend homes). In short Le Petit Blaison is a delightful local bisto and if staying locally it's well worth finding out which nights they're open. Or failing that, stopping in for their workers' lunch.
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