Chef Damien Fagette creates elaborate périgourdine meals using the freshest seasonal ingredients, and friendly staff serve them to the dining room or terrace with panoramic views of Bergerac wine country. Dishes inc…
Book ahead for a seat with in-the-know locals in the soft, cream-stone dining room where charming waitstaff serve delicious local cuisine, made in the open kitchen at the rear. Expect farm-fresh ingredients and deli…
This rural ferme auberge (farm restaurant), 12km northwest of Bergerac, raises its own birds for the restaurant table, including goose, quail and duck for its foie gras. Cosy gîtes (€510 for four people per week in …
Cleverly located across the street from the Imperfect, the lively Pluperfect serves up a winning selection of Belgian brews, cocktails and the occasional live concert.
Sweet potato soup, leek curry and three varieties of tartines (open-faced sandwiches) – plus ice cream and milkshakes in summer months – make this address a good one to remember.
Chef Hervé Battiston has made this sweet little restaurant a favourite, thanks to artful French food served up in a pretty 12th-century cloister. Reserve ahead.
Lick a scoop of homemade ice cream on one of the benches on the square.
Inside the 17th-century Maison Peyrarède, the displays span 3000 years of history and include a collection of ornate pipes.
Wonderfully musty displays of vintage winemaking equipment and scale models of local river boats.
The small covered produce market is surrounded by bistros.