Deepest Tarn-et-Garonne. Not a region noted for upscale restaurants. Les Templiers stands out in this part of deepest France profonde as a beacon of culinary light . We ate outdoors under the medieval arcades. Quite delightful. Management restricted themselves to just 20 clients - those without reservations were sent away even though there were plenty of empty tables inside. A very clear , and all too rare, emphasis on maintaining quality of service over profitability. Foie Gras ( this is SW France ) , delicate and gently seasoned Monkfish and then a cheeseplate ( an outstandingly delicious and crumbly Salers ) and pudding. All for €40 a head. Wine list interesting but not overly long. Well worth a trip.
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