4 based on 94 reviews
After the visit of the museum and the factories and before dashing off with the bus this is the best place for a quick bite. A baguette montagnarde that I ordered was much better than I expected and at a reasonable price of 4.50 Euros and the french fries costed 3.50 Euros. Although always busy in the summer, the staff was friendly and courteous.
The best boulangerie in the district!So many different kinds of bread, but my favourite is the Chateauneuvoise. It's baked throughout the day so always fresh - but don't leave your purchase too late in the day as it sells out quickly.What I like best about this bread is its flavour, as well as the crunchy crust. The traditional method of baking means it also seems to be very low in fructose, so it does not cause the digestive problems regular white bread causes.But, it's not just bread! The pastries are gorgeous, and delicious. The hardest thing is deciding which one to choose.Need a quick meal? There are sandwiches and a significant range of salads to either eat at the tables and chairs outside, or to take away. The salads are substantial and delicious.Prices are reasonable and service is very friendly.
4 based on 25 reviews
Great fun watching the cyclists appear from all angles and stop to compare progress Good place to get off the 500 or 11 or 511 bus too.The village has a selection of shops including a bank with an ATM machine, unlike le bar sur loup or gourdon
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