A wide menu offering indigenous food; a moderate but more than adequate wine list, and an establishment run by 3 guys [one being the owner] and a chef. The 3 of them couldn't do enough for us, especially Philippe, who became a real friend. We were made very welcome, coming from the food prep area to shake our hands and offering us a free aperitif each night. Philippe was always on hand when we were doubtful about the nature of a wine or something we couldn't quite understand on the menu. We were in Sarlat for 7 days, and we ate there either at lunch or evening meal on 6 of them. Apparently, this is one of only 4 eating establishments in the town open all the year round [the others being seasonal] and is patronised by the locals out of season, which to me, tends to point to the value placed on the service, food and welcome.