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This small hidden gem is located in a back alley in the old town of Bergerac. It can be difficult to find but well worth the effort. It is an intimate family-owned restaurant, with a menu that offers local food with a creative touch. It is advised to book in advance.
Renowned for its dedication to gastronomy, Bergerac offers numerous restaurants, cafés, and crêperies serving everything from flavoursome light meals to glorious presentations of several courses – accompanied, of course, by some of the world’s finest wines. Look out for tourins – a local speciality soup – truffles, and foie gras. The area is also known for its wild boar, partridge, hare, quail, duck, geese, and trout, all of which will feature on almost all restaurant menus.