On holiday in the area we wanted a taste of Perigord and chose this restaurant for dinner. We were made most welcome - the waiter spoke fluent English (we even discussed the chances of England and France in the Rugby World Cup) and gave good advice on the menu and wine list. We had some local specialities and thought the bill at under £80 for two for 3 courses, aperitif, wine, coffee and digestif was good value. The food was excellent. The chef and owner is 4th generation - her great grandmother founded the restaurant. The people here obviously take pride in their work. We ate indoors as it was raining but the garden looked very pleasant.
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