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We were taken to this family friendly restaurant on a Wednesday because the market was also on.
The hosts are lovely people. The coffee was good. The food was excellent. We had a an amazing spinach soup followed by a vegetarian goat's cheese dish. Our...More
Imaginative tasty food served in the outdoor terrace
We have eaten here a couple of times and are always me to do feel welcome and the food always is just lovely.
Menu de jour v good value too
the hosts Leo and Claire could not be more welcoming. a warm and friendly ambience both inside and out. we plan our trips to France on the basis of getting a table in this fabulous bistro. outstanding food.. imaginative, appealing and made with care, creativity...More
I've eaten here a few times, always on Market day, and the food has never been anything other than brilliant, the atmosphere lovely and the service outstanding. On top of that the menu du jour for Wednesdays is incredible value too. I am definitely intending...More
We went here for the Easter lunch, as we had done last year - even better if possible. We had salmon with a wild garlic pannacotta, parsnip soup with a bonbon made of Hare - truly spectacular - lamb with dauphinoise potatoes, and strawberry tiramasu...More
Claire and Leos resto is calm with such colour you wake in sleepy Piegut.
Her style and design on the slate always draws my eyes and my taste buds dance with interest, much of her style as a chef has body and texture that comes...More
Le Sens de la Terre is a gem of a restaurant. Beautifully presented dishes and excellent service as always.
Each course was delicious and the peanut butter, chocolate pretzel dessert was amazing.
Thank you Claire and Leo we thoroughly enjoyed our evening.
Probably one of the the most enjoyable evening meals we have ever had. It felt like we were surrounded by friends in their (and the dog's) house. The food was stunning and the surroundings lovely. If you are anywhere near go!
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Sorry, just seen your question now, probably too late, but you would need to ask them direct via their FACEBOOK page as they don't have regular opening hours, probably as Piegut-Pluviers is not known as a tourist hotspot... More
Sorry, just seen your question now, probably too late, but you would need to ask them direct via their FACEBOOK page as they don't have regular opening hours, probably as Piegut-Pluviers is not known as a tourist hotspot, unlike other places in the Dordogne. However, if you do get eat here you won't regret it, it's brilliant!
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