My wife and I saw this little gem while out wandering the streets of Perpignan one day and decided to give ourselves a treat on our last night in town.
Located not far from the main old church it's pretty easy to find and a very pretty room, we elected to sit indoors to give ourselves a break from the constant smokers you will have to endure all over France.
And that was a good call, the room has a wonderfully restrained atmosphere, the tables not crowding in on each other and very sympathetic lighting. The only odd thing out was the music which while very quiet seemed to be a local " classic hits" rock station, and not at all suited to the atmosphere, but that is nitpicking, because, like the music, the menu is full of classic hits.
We went for a shared entree of local deli meats, or as described on the menu a " selection of charcuterie " at 20 euros a bit pricey but very nice, the mains we chose were the real stars of the night, a filet of beef for her and a duck breast with apricots for me.
The beef cooked to perfection, juicy, tasty and rested long enough to let it sink back to warm softness, the duck breast done perfectly as well, slightly pink and full of flavour, sliced on an angle with each piece topped with a juicy little apricot bit.
There is no English menu and the staff has as much English skills as we have French skills, which is none, but don't let that put you off, our delightful waitress Silvie going through the menu with imitations of the animals involved, quack quack, moo moo and her imitation of a fish was inspired.
All in all a very satisfying experience, not the cheapest night out in Perpignan but certainly one of the best.
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