What a stylish place! An unpretentious building in the hilltop village of Sanilhac-Sagriès hides this colourful and quirky restaurant spanning two dining rooms with high ceilings and rustic artifacts on stone walls.
Sunday lunch was a fixed three-course menu at €29 a head. It began with an amuse bouche of asparagus and fennel soup – intense flavours. As the two vegetarians in the party, for us this was followed by aubergine soup with a garnish of thinly sliced radish, goats cheese and peas.
Our main course was a selection of different vegetables and olives on mashed potatoes and mashed parsnip – very tasty and very creative. For pudding we had a fresh berry soup with home-made coconut soup and strawberries.
The cooking is really interesting, the atmosphere relaxed, and we found the service friendly and unfussy. All in all, a great place to eat. But book ahead - apparently Le Tracteur is so popular that it’s hard to get a table.
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