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This bar is just what is needed after a day of wine tasting and walking around St Émilion. It doesn’t have a massive selection of wines but the wines they have picked are varied in both price and taste so there is something for everyone....More
Nice place in Saint Emillion's lower square to have a good glass of French wine. Interesting atmosphere in the bar area with tables based on wine barrels. Easy menu board of the wines they had available by glass. A wine shop right along with it...More
Laidback vibe with indoor and outdoor seating available. Service was friendly and attentive. Really loved the duck burger with foie gras - the salad and fries that came with it were great, too! The steak was ok. Wine prices seemed a little high.
We called in for an early supper. Welcomed and seated so we could observe the restaurant activity from the front, outside area. Restaurant is situated on a main walking route into the centre of Town.
Nice bottle of wine, wide food selection from the walled...More
Visited on a rainy Sunday. Not busy only the chef and one waitress. We had duck confit, baked Camembert and lamb chops. The meals were a good portions and we very good. Good selection of wine of the region. The specials of the day looked...More
Walked in and waited to catch the attention of a member of staff. A couple walked in after us and were directed to a table almost immediately. Eventually, when there didn't appear to be anyone interested in us, I approached a member of waiting staff...More
We went here as 3 couples. The waiter was very, very attentive and offered us a great service. The food was good, and well paired with the wine. The wine was a bit pricey (€22 bottle in the shop next door but €45 in the...More
Had dinner here on recommendation by the accomodation manager. Wow, what a horror storey. My wife was convinced the tough duck tasted like steak and the profiterole dessert was inedible. On the suggestion of the waiter we had the mushroom side which was small and...More
We visited this place without checking Trip advisor (very unlike us) but it was very busy and we thought we would give it a punt. What a lovely surprise. Nice outside courtyard, good selection of local wine and good selection of food (but not fine...More
We only has dessert here as an evening treat and unfortunately it was terrible. I ordered ice cream and what I got was a warm strawberry runny mouse - inedible. My husband ordered profiteroles and he got 2 caneles a local speciality with tonnes of...More