First of all the name reflects the name of the owner so the only Lapin you will find is Monsieur
We dropped in for lunch whilst returning from a hike, as Le Pot de Lapin is on the edge of town upstream of the centre ville.
You have to look for it as it is in an ordinary residential street away from the pretty squares which is what appealed to us.
The place was packed with office workers having Friday lunch before the weekend festival so our walking clobber was perhaps a little out of place but we were welcomed into the rustic dining room of about 8 tables and there were six more tables out the front.
Decorations are all to do with wine and the menu is only on a large blackboard with about 8 choices for each of the starters, mains, deserts and wines by the glass, In addition there were about 8 tapas to choose. There were no formules.
A very extensive wine list was the only carte offered.
We ordered veal and lamb and we were very happy to wait about 20 minutes as we knew our meal was being prepared from scratch and the end result was delicious.
We washed it down with a drop of rouge from the vineyard we had hiked past just a hour before and it tasted as good as the vines looked.
The meal was memorable for the finesse that the chef had used to make up our dishes. And the bread came in two types including a very dark nutty one.
So for two beers two wines two plates two coffees and a digestif the damage was €43
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