The restaurant is located 3km from Cahors, labeled city of art and history, quiet, nestled in lush greenery
An imposing building in Lot Quercy stone dating from 1846 houses a table combining both traditional gourmet cuisine and modernity with excellent local products such as truffles, foie gras, lamb, mushrooms, saffron of Quercy, Rocamadour cheese without forgetting the famous "Malbec" which is the dominant grape of Cahors vineyards.
You will discover the manger who now hosts wine bottles, a cozy atmosphere with beautiful exposed beams and stone.
When the weather allows it, you can enjoy the tasty cuisine by Michel Carrendier, who works in the kitchen here since 2001, either on the terrace or if it is too hot in the air conditioned room
You can continue your walk or to Rocamadour (2nd classified site of France), Padirac or go to St Cirq Lapopie, one of the most beautiful villages in France, or browse the Lot and discover the Valentré Bridge and, for history buffs, visit the caves of Pechemerle, Cougnac and Figeac with its Champollion museum, or for the more adventurous, follow the path of Saint Jacques de Compostelle, in short, a beautiful region to discover or rediscover.