We arrived in the village at lunchtime, so there was little choice other than to start with a bite to eat!
We chose this place as it had a parking area just behind the building, always a bonus. There was a seating area across the road, but we were shown to a table just outside the building. The meals were very reasonably priced, for either 2 ot 3 courses on the set luncheon menu, and were the usual French fare- adequate, but nothing different. My wife chose the andouillette that contained lengths of veins amongst the shredded meat- it rather put her off!
Apart from my wife's poor choice, we enjoyed the meal and would certainly dine there again, should we be on holiday in that area of France on another occasion.