This small restaurtant serves great French food in a small unusal setting. This is not fine dining, but the quality of the fois gras (served 4 different ways) was outstanding. The rest of the menu is locally based. There were lots of families enjoying dinner the evening we went. The courtyard is different with an old balcony and has character rather than being grand, but we really enjoyed the best of good local Perigord Noir cusine and Bergerac wine.
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