My wife and I have regularly patronised this restaurant over the last 17 years since we have had a property in the Loire Valley. It is an old hotel and ideally suited to visitors to Loches, a medieval French city. The restaurant is small and the staff are attentive and quaintly formal in the typically french style. We like to sit by the long windows, which allow close views of the Indre river beneath, with the backdrop provided by a beautifully relaxing small public park. The food is expertly cooked and presented; there is a choice to suit all tastes, i.e. fish, all meats including game and shellfish - usually served with tasty sauces and garnish, as well as delicious vegetables. For those wishing to push the boat out, the fine wines can be recommended, but even the house wines have a most worthy character. Coffee and/or cognac, if required, can be taken in front of the oft roaring fire in the anteroom, whilst sitting on the sumtuous leather furniture. It is not expensive - a typical 3-course set lunch menu with wine is presently about 14 euros.
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