We went to La Marquiere on our first night in Carcassonne. It is located within the castle walls and was an uphill hike to get to for us weary travelers, but well worth the trip. I was hoping to enjoy some oysters however we were informed that they were out, It was made up for with a glass of complementary champagne, I thought that showed class and our waiter and waitress were both apologetic and attentive. I had a pumpkin soup which was excellent and duck breast as an entree, The portion was too large for me to finish and I felt bad as some was left behind, My wife thoroughly enjoyed her salad, foie gras, and chocolate sphere dessert, After our meal we talked for a while to our waiter. He got to practice his English, and we our French. It was a fun and interesting lesson on the history of Carcassone and life in the castle town. I would definitly eat there again if I were in the area.
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