This restaurant, like most in the Perigord, specializes in Cuisine Traditionnelle du Périgord, dishes based on duck and goose. If however these dishes are too rich for your palate, this restaurant offers other options. My choice a dish of Ravioli filled with Cepes was melt in the mouth, delicious. The other diners in our group chose Perigord traditional dishes and were very satisfied also.
English and French menus, English also spoken. Staff were efficient, and attentive without being too intrusive, meals served promptly to all diners on the table. We were among the first diners, it did not take long for both the inside and outside tables to fill, hardly surprising... good food, at a reasonable price, and in a pleasant location.
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