Le Bistrot d'Olivier
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Le Bistrot d'Olivier information
For an authentic lunch in Limoges, you can't do much better than this chaotic little place inside the market, where diners and traders sit at communal wooden tables and share hearty, no-fuss portions of French food chosen straight from the blackboard. If it's full (as it often is), Chez François , also inside the market, offers a similarly lively vibe.