Three of us ate here last night in the middle of our holiday in the Perigord Noir. The owner of our gite recommended it for a really good meal at reasonable price, and he was right. You get plenty of food on the set menus which 2 of us had - starting with French onion soup, then choice of entree (salade perigordine was lovely, salade asperge not so good (little flavour)), then main course (magret de canard or fish - we had duck, really nice), then great local cheeseboard, and dessert to finish. I had just 2 courses off the a la carte, and would absolutely recommend the steack de canard, a point - beautifully tender and full of flavour.
A great find, well off the beaten track, and as another reviewer has said, no English spoken here, but that kind of adds to the charm of it. And it's obviously frequented by the locals, usually a really good recommendation.