It was a very wet Dordogne Saturday when we happened upon the Maleville looking for a restaurant. There is an extensive car park next to the restaurant (free after 7pm). The maitre d' was immediately at the door to welcome the three of us. The service was friendly and attentive throughout our meal. The only criticism was that the champagne in the Kir Royale was a little flat. There was a good range of choices (having spent much time in Dordogne we now tend to avoid any dish with the word confit in the title) and we skipped straight to the mains - gambas and home-made tagliatelle was outstanding as were the St Jaques' scallops. L'assiette vegetarianne was excellent too (lovely toasted goat's cheese with honey), though the addition of couple of wedges of cantaloupe melon was a little random. Deserts were scrummy. The dishes were all beautifully presented and the house wine was well chosen and 50 cl carafe was good value. Most enjoyable - even if theriver view was obscured by mist and rain.
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