A delightful meal inclusive of the tour price! Eating at arguably the best restaurant in the Dordogne. The reviews in Trip Advisor certainly agreed.
I dined with the 3 Canadian women who are with same cycle company and whom I met at the outset but not quite the same itinerary. Good fortune had us arriving at La Roque-Gageac on the same day. It is the custom of these 3 travel companions to share a bottle of champagne at some stage and tonight I was part of the group so a bottle of the best quality Champagne was duly ordered and consumed.
Here is the menu of the chef for the season / which I chose although there was an a la carte option.
So the best for last..
La Belle Etoile Restaurant in La Roque-Gageac
6 thoughts on “Eating at a Michelin Guide Restaurant”
Good entree. What was main?
Duck! It’s the second item
On the menu!
If only they kept their little pricks in the monasteries; it’s the one in the Parish that are the problem.
No wonder the French are so thin!
Looks delicious, although you’re probably not going to get fat on those quantities.
True quality, not quantity! One savours each mouthful , all 3
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