A true institution, this country inn serves up the tastes of yesteryear... Sanguette (blood pudding), macaronade (pasta with beef and a tomato sauce), chips fried in duck fat: local fare is promoted with conviction, and diners tuck into hearty dishes from South-West France, but also roast meat dishes and seasonal vegetables – the fine produce displayed on the counter certainly whets the appetite. A must!
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