We were cruising the neighborhood and chose Le Gayridon on impulse. We were greeted warmly by the owner. She does not speak English but the menu and and sign language were all that was needed.
Le Gayridon focuses on south-western French cuisine. Emphasis on pork and duck but fish and beef on the menu as well. I started with a small plate of charcuterie - 4 kinds - 2 varieties of sausage, bresaola, paté - delicious and beautifully presented.
Then a maigret du canard (perfectly cooked, pink, tender) with sauteed girolles followed by the house special dessert: a molten chocolate cake (okay a cliché but fantastic) accompanied by a delicious frozen vanilla confection of some kind. Alas, what it was I do not know - the language issue alas.
My daughter started with a salad with warm goat cheese, the maigret and a créme brulée. She said her brulee was the best of the trip (Le Gayridon's version was contestant #4)
The service was attentive and friendly - definitely recommend and am looking forward to returning.
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