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We went twice in a periode of 2 months, first time was very good, the second not so.
Maybe we weren't dressed nice enough but we felt un welcome.
Food wise same thing first better than second.
But good variety and nice flavors
We were four for lunch and had the 3 course 22€ menu with 4€ supplement for fois gras plus red (2011 Madiran 25€) plus 50cl caraffe of white and coffees. Total bill was about 148€ i.e. 37€ each. The meal was tasty and well presented...More
Very smart restaurant in a delightful hill town. We stopped for lunch and sampled the lowest priced menu, three choices for each of three courses. 22 euros, but 17 for two courses. Lovely food excellently presented. Hard to describe and do justice, but a smoked...More
The terrace (streetwalk) is small, rather heavy traffic. Interior not too tasteful.
Service mediocre: female part of the crew quite pleasant and professional, male part haughty on the brink of offensive.
Carpaccio was alright, the standard as you find all over the place.
We pulled off the A20 going north to find a mid-morning coffee. Donzenac looked interesting from the road and is a very pretty medieval village. Having parked easily in the square we strolled around for a few minutes and spotted the ivy-covered Perigord restaurant at...More
Next time you find yourself on the A10 near Brive, look for the next exit to Donzenac. We had a very nice salad of haricots vert with smoked duckbreast, followed by the best steak tartare we ever had. Hand cut from Limousin veal (yes, raw)...More
We stopped here for lunch after touring the local roof tile factory. The restaurant looked attractive so our party of 4 decided to try it. The meal that we enjoyed was one of the best we had during our 2.5 weeks in France. The quality...More