If you don't like duck or goose, don't come here! The menu is almost entirely centred around great duck and goose dishes, including foie gras, and is wonderful. We had a 100g block of mi-cuit goose foie gras with accompanying glasses of sweet Jurancon wine, with toast mad in the toaster on our table! It was divine. We then had the cassoulet, with plenty of great Toulouse sausage and confit de canard, and a goose confit with cepes that was out of this world. The Medoc to accompany it was excellent and very good value at 25 euros. Finally, the croustade with apples soaked in Armagnac and the ice cream with Armagnac soaked prunes were great finishes to a very memorable meal. Throughout, the service was helpful and charming, without being obtrusive. A very memorable evening.
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