This farm restaurant is billed as having authentic Perigord food, and it certainly has the duck, frois gras, etc. you'd expect, and the price is reasonable. Fine, as long as you keep in mind this is a mass produced version of the cuisine, as tour busses come regularly. The dining room is decorated with farm implements and a weird combo of baby binkies and other oddities. The host is genial, pouring liquors gratis and chatting (if you speak French). We felt this was somewhat overrated.
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