We came back here again this July with our friends. Perhaps not the best day as it was market day and the stalls impinged on the terrace in front which prevented them opening their sun shades, when it was around 33 degrees! However as soon as the market stalls were taken down they opened their sun umbrellas and moved our table.We were served by the owner and a younger waiter who was a bit surly but also a waitress who was very nice. Two of us had the 18 euro set menu with a choice of two starters, mains and desserts and others had one course from the a la carte.(there are others inc a menu du jour for 14 and a gourmet menu for around 30). The owner/patron was very helpful and recommended a rose wine that was not the most expensive. The food was excellent and nicely presented majoring on local Perigord cuisine like duck and sarlardais potatoes. Last year my partner and I ate here and we were glad our friends liked it too.
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