Figeac's top table is a must for foodies into creative cuisine incorporating fresh, regional ingredients. Choose between beautifully prepared dishes including lobster, oysters and locally reared duck.
Climb up to the mezzanine in this ornate and airy townhouse to feast on lamb tajine, confit de salmon and sheep’s milk fondue. They also run an adjacent crêperie, Sel et Sucre.
This unusual little find offers a choice between a vegetarian dish (cream of fennel soup, Provençal-style polenta) or a Caribbean dish (coconut chicken, spiced pork stew) on the lunch menu, with a focus on local, se…
Figeac’s lively Saturday morning produce market takes place under the 19th-century cast-iron arcade on place Carnot, with stalls also filling place Champollion and place Vival.