On our landlady's recommendation we went here for lunch on a Sunday afternoon. It was a sunny day and we sat on the terrace looking at the Canal du Midi. We both had the menu du jour, starting with a nice green salad with lardons. My spouse had the grilled cuisse de canard which she pronounced very good. And I had the cassoulet de maison which had sausage, confit de canard and pork pieces with a not bad crust and nice broth. I finished with a nice cheese plate and she had the creme a l'orange which she felt was wonderful. We had a half bottle of Ch. La Grave rose. It was a nice meal. One little note - there was beef, veal and lamb on the menu, none were local - a sign near the bathroom said the veal and steak were from Holland and the lamb from New Zealand. A shame when there are such great products in the region. But stick to the specials and the fish and you will be fine.
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