If you value provenance and pure, home cooked flavours this is definitely a place to visit. Adrien Castaigne is a young retaurateur with a fine local pedigree. His boudins (excellent) are made by his mother and the walnut oil is pressed at the family pressoir or Moulin. Adrienne is effortlessly congenial and welcomes his diners, offering.advice on the numerous local wines on offer. The plat du jour we enjoyed was a delicious duckling tourte with quince purée and the farm reared pork was amazing too. The charcuterie was locally produced and the boudin had special provenance. Our lunch was accompanied by a light bio malbec and the service was friendly and helpful. Simply a very good place to lunch or dine. Informal and relaxed. If you like your meat less than 'seignant' be sure to ask for a bit of extra cooking when you order. Our duck was delicious byt a little on the rare/bleu side as loved by most French diners. This restaurant, right in the heart of Martel"s town centre, just along from the medieval Halle, is a winner.Our party ranged in age from 6 months to 64 years and we ate very well.
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