Reviews on French food in Marcillac-Saint-Quentin, France including 1 Pied dans L’Eau, Lescaleyrou, Ferme Auberge des Genestes, Hotel Restaurant Laborderie, La Cremerie, Auberge La Ferme du Brusquand, Le Comptoir du Gout 24, L' Adresse restaurant, Le Plamon, Gueule et Gosier
4 based on 654 reviews
Gueule et Gosier is a great find, tucked away on a side-street in Sarlat-la-CanÃ©da. We were surprised with the quality of the food, great presentation and wide range of options.The duck appetiser was simply amazing. Duck pie and Pork Belly was also excellent.The seating is on the side street on either side of the side walk - so expect some pedestrian traffic walking through. Although, with the surrounding buildings, the dinner setting was still in a nice ambiance.Service was friendly and fast. We were a table of seven and all food was delivered together in a timely fashion.Overall, highly enjoyed our dinner experience here!
4 based on 143 reviews
Amazing place to enjoy your meal, a cup of tea or a handmade ice cream.
We had lunch at this restaurant twice during our 10 day visit to the Dordogne region. The omelets and salads were excellent, as was the rose wine. Service was very efficient and friendly. We would not hesitate to return.
4 based on 1553 reviews
The Restaurant L'Adresse is located in the heart of the medieval city. Offering a varied menu and cooking fresh products.
We were lucky to get a table as we arrived without booking and although it was right at the start of service there was a queue of customers.In spite of being busy the food and service were excellent and although some of the dishes on the 26 Euro menu that we chose were standard Sarlat fare they were served with a twist to make them special.
5 based on 79 reviews
Place of user-friendliness, mixed of wine bar, small restoration and grocer's shop. Trays of delicatessen and craft cheeses and producers accompanied by a wine chosen by yourself in the shop. Wide choice of grocer's shop inside. Le Comptoir du Gout 24 is
After reading local tripadviser reviews we went here for lunch. Wow fantastic Local meats and cheeses explained by the owner, accompanied by great wine. The owner insisted on us trying all 3 red wines before making a decision.... If you eat no where else in Sarlat eat here.
4 based on 1214 reviews
This place is not easy to get to, located in countryside accessible only by car, so no one comes here by chance. There were only a dozen-plus visitors on a Wednesday night. Very friendly service by two people. No a la carte menu; 3 different prix-fixe options. We chose a â¬18 and a â¬26 (both the cheapest and the most expensive). Good traditional meal, not gourmet, but tasty and excellent all around. Goat cheese was an extra course for the more expensive menu. The bill did not show our aperitifs, and when I pointed it out, we were issued a new bill where they were market âoffertâ.
5 based on 283 reviews
You can come to enjoy our cheeses with our slates of tasting and our today's specials, around a glass of wine, a traditional beer or an organic fruit juice. A home and friendly cooking.
We enjoyed a wonderful lunch here at La Cremerie.Having just moved to the area we had walked past a couple of times without venturing in. It wasn't until we saw the restaurant on tripadvisor that we decided to visit. Thank you to all the people who took time to review this lovely place. It deserves the great feedback and accolades it is receiving here.The lunch is really well priced, prepared on the spot and with excellent service.All the best to the lovely couple who run this restaurant, we will certainly be back!
4 based on 203 reviews
The Hotel with restaurant Laborderie, at the heart of the golden triangle (Montignac, Sarlat, Eyzies de Tayac) is a family establishment since 1920 when reigns a friendly atmosphere, in a haven of peace.
Seven of us were staying at the luxurious nearby Combe Claire and catered for ourselves every night except two, when we succumbed to the fabulous food, service and atmosphere at this superb village hotel.The service was polite, discrete and tolerant of our rather boisterous party. There was a full house each time, we pre-booked and just managed to sneak in, but the food was superb and for â¬29 the three-course menu terroir was great value.Good local wine selection too, which of course we applied the 'when in Rome' principle to.Make sure you book to avoid disappointment - highly recommended.
4 based on 133 reviews
Very nice menu with farm's duck and vegetables. 4 menus options starting at 15â¬ plus 'Ã lÃ¡ carte' options. All with starters, main course and dessert. We had the menu 'Tradition' plus a 'duo de foie gras' to share and taste this farm's foie gras. Every options were very good and tasty. Excellent crÃ¨me brÃ»lÃ©e.Kind and quick service.
4 based on 242 reviews
This restaurant is located 5 km north of Sarlat and well worth the drive. It is on a major road and easy to find. After eating duck and foie gras for the past few days and after looking at the many similar menus in the old town, we decided to try something different and are so happy we did. Amazing meal: I donât like eggplant but his amuse bouche of aubergine âpearlsâ with pesto, mozzarella, balsamic was a wonderful combination of flavours. The seafood âsurpriseâ was an artfully plated platter of smoked salmon, perfectly cooked scallops, and seafood tartare with fish roe. The beef with bordelaise sauce was so good my husband wanted to lick the plate. We both thought the beef was better than the beef we recently had at a one star Michelin restaurant a few days ago. My chestnut cream dessert was excellent. The dinner menu (3 courses) for 29E each is an incredible value for this caliber of cooking. The waiter was excellent. The chef was welcoming, friendly, approachable and even showed us his array of specialty spices used to create his dishes. This is a must-do if you are in Sarlat!
4 based on 73 reviews
Stumbled on this place by chance as it was a Monday lunchtime and many other restaurants were closed. Were so glad we did. On a warm summer afternoon we sat on the terrace at the front where many of the locals also seemed to be eating. The 12 euro set menu was amazing value. Just one of the courses would have justified the price! The starter of pate de campagne served with salad, coleslaw and bread was both tasty and substantial and was then followed by a mixed grill of duck, beef and local sausage with a lentil and potato cassoulet. Finally there was a dessert of a spomge filled with fresh cream and seasonal fruit. Whilst the staff spoke little English they were extremely friendly and helpful. The restaurant is situated on the other side of the bridge from the main street but is well worth seeking out. Highly recommended!
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