We arrived in Quillan on a February Sunday afternoon and saw that this bar seemed quite busy and offered snacks, which we were looking for. It's a typical town bar, unpretentious, a bit dark yet warm and inviting. The patron greeted us very warmly and once he realised we weren't French, he switched to English, explaining how he had worked as a chef in London. When we asked if he had any sandwiches he said he could soon make some fresh ones if we didn't mind waiting. He then brought us two large baguettes stuffed with local ham, cheese and salad which were indeed fresh and very tasty. He introduced us to his wife who also spoke good English and one glass of wine led to a few more!
All in all, it was like stepping back in time as this was like French bars of yesteryear.
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