Plaisance du Gers is in the land of duck farms not too far from Spain. It is so small you can walk all around it in a very short time. We would call it "the sticks" but fear not, we are in France so there is good food to be had. I would be very happy eating at le Plaisantin every day. It is lively with people eating outside or having a beer or a coffee while they work on their computers. Free wifi) and the food is really good. I had the lamb chops done au point. My companions enjoyed the salads, which are the unique specialty. If I were to return I would definitely try the duck confit and the goat cheese salad. The highlight for me was Crème Brulée, beautifully presented in an earthenware dish for about $3.00. Do not expect to get such a delight outside of France for under $15! If there is another place to eat in Plaisance which is most probably equally as good. For me, French is so good, I sometimes wonder how Lafayette could leave France for the 3+ years it took for him to help us win the American Revolution. Merci bien Lafayette! The ultimate sacrifice.