If the sun is shining you eat in a beautiful courtyard with views over the Gers which ticks several boxes before you start. If it's cooler, the interior is plain, elegant with well spaced tables in several adjoining rooms. There is a 50 euro menu degustation but we chose the 30 euro choice from the a la carte. Delicious amuses bouche accompanied a perfect chilled vin blanc kir followed by a lobster bisque covering a pancake of shrimps then pig cheeks served with greens and a spume of flavouring. Others had a stuffed mackerel dish which they said was very good. Dessert was an unusual rhubarb and meringue concoction which was pleasant. All very French in that everything was inventive to the point of slightly fussy, but delicious nonetheless and that's what counts. With wine and water the bill for three was a reasonable 143 euro. This is a long standing favourite in the Gers and deservedly so. Recommended without hesitation.