Definitely a hidden gem! Very close to 'place carnot', the main square of Carcassonne, tucked away down a quaint little alley. We chose to eat outside and were met with genuinely warm service and simple, sweetly presented tableware.
The (bargain) 4 course lunch menu was delicious and surprising, unlike anything I would ever eat in Britain, seemed to represent traditional cuisine if the region aptly. Especially becoming is the wood fire still used to prepare the meats.
The fruity cold soup prepared the palate for an entree of sumptuous salad, followed by a main course of lamb (heavy on the fat and not a joy to behold but very tasty) with potatoes and seasonal vegetables and a sweet dessert of rice pudding with a twist. The wine and coffee were great also.
A great lunch and a magical experience. Top marks.
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