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“Yo uhave to stop and try the local foods”
Review of Le Roc du Berger

Le Roc du Berger
Ranked #4 of 31 Restaurants in Rocamadour
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $12 - $33
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed October 18, 2011

When you pass, you do not want to stop but you have to.

Behind, a large space and large terraces (with play areas for children) but also cooking with local products (the owner is a farmer in the area and only uses his products or its neighbors.)

The service will advise you and is very pleasant.

Very good place (good and simple) just outside the tourist crowd.

but don't ask for coca with your "foie gras" .. mistake ;)

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Reviewed September 29, 2011

take a sweater..if you sit outside, it gets cold quickly.
Great local pate at super prices. Take home in your suitcase... pate is NOT allowed on the
plane in carry-ons. The fish was super, and the local Bergerac and Cahors wines are
delicious and priced on the low end
although its address is rocamadour.. it is good to know that it is on the way to Padirac..
Gouffres de Padirac is not to be missed grotto that will dazzle you

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Reviewed October 13, 2010

We've been here a few times in the past two years during trips to Rocamadour, most recently in September 2010. They specialize in wood-fired grilling of local products (e.g., lamb, duck, trout) and also offer large salads, rillettes, and simple desserts, such as prunes in red wine, pears with chocolate, ice cream and sorbets. Main courses are served with a baked potato smothered with a creamy onion sauce -- very good. The atmosphere is very rustic and relaxed. A great place to bring children or come with a group of friends. Not very expensive.

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