Best restaurant to sample local southwest specialties. It is located on a cave with large wooden tables that invite to eat with lots of people.
The starter for everyone is a basket of fresh vegetables from the market (carrots, radishes, etc.) and charcuterie from local artisans. All this with great confits and breads to eat with. During the winter, they also serve soup. This starter is more than enough for a full meal so you don't want to overdo it because lots is still coming.
There are about 5 entrees and 3 desserts for the day (written on the blackboard - no menu). They have a variety of meats cooked on their inside oven on the first floor and various cooked dishes. Desserts are very good. The servers are very friendly so don't hesitate to ask them for advice.
This restaurant is great for going with lots of people although we also had fun as a couple
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