Sarlat in August can prove challenging, what with crowds and gift shops. However, La Petite Borie welcomed the four of us (and dog!) with a menu that enabled us to diversify from the ever-present foie gras to enjoy other dishes and some good, and reasonably-priced, wines. The staff were happy to allow one of the party to choose two entrees from the day's set menu, and were quick to suggest wine pairings. The bill was a little slow in coming, as the staff were cleaning up after other diners, but we were happy to sit and digest before launching ourselves once more into the crowds.
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