We made a point of visiting this restaurant because of the menu. Especially the main of wild boar stew one of my favourite dishes. We entered the restaurant that although seemed open, we were met and shown through the kitchen on to a completely different restaurant!! At first we were a little concerned but as we were presented with the menu it was the same. It then became apparent that the two were one and the same. L'Ecluse is the more modern side of the business and the other is a delightful old world restaurant with open fire and lovely decor. The food was delicious and at €15 for an excellent three course meal, not to be missed. Wine by the carafe was the most expensive of our stay but still worth a visit. Definitely visit again. The other restaurant is called "Le Chat qui Peche. Will definitely visit again
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