L’imparfait

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L'Imparfait, established in 1982, welcomes you to a little taste of heaven tucked away in the warmth and charm of Old Bergerac.

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L'Imparfait, established in 1982, welcomes you to a little taste of heaven tucked away in the warmth and charm of Old Bergerac. Combining fresh traditional ingredients and modern techniques, with an emphasis on subtle flavours, our chefs create exciting menus which change frequently according to the seasons. The results are simply wonderful food, served either in the Xllth Century stone-walled dining room or on the colourful, shaded street-side terrace. Whether you are entertaining, celebrating or simply looking for an intimate dining experience we can offer you a meal to remember.

La Tour des Vents

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The Tour des Vents sits high on a hill surrounded by vineyards and has an amazing panoramic view over the Dordogne Valley.


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The Tour des Vents sits high on a hill surrounded by vineyards and has an amazing panoramic view over the Dordogne Valley. Marie Rougier is a gourmet cook who prepares sophisticated meals and authentic dishes that reflect the local produce: variety of different foie gras, truffles, fish, Duckling with southern spices, Pigeonneau en crapaudine etc…Diners can take advantage of the shady terrace and garden. The dining room has 70seats and there is another room which can seat up to 300 people (for private functions).


Château Hôtel Grand Barrail*****

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Located in New Aquitaine, at the gateway to the Dordogne, a region in South West France, Le Château Hôtel Grand Barrail***** is nestled in the famous wine region of Saint-Emilion (3 km); medieval city, listed as World Heritage by Unesco which has a great wealth of wine, but also an architectural heritage recognized for its monuments whether administrative or religious and pretty alleys and cobbled squares.


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Located in New Aquitaine, at the gateway to the Dordogne, a region in South West France, Le Château Hôtel Grand Barrail***** is nestled in the famous wine region of Saint-Emilion (3 km); medieval city, listed as World Heritage by Unesco which has a great wealth of wine, but also an architectural heritage recognized for its monuments whether administrative or religious and pretty alleys and cobbled squares.

Surrounded by a 3 hectare park, the Château Hôtel Grand Barrail, an elegant 19th century building, became the property of its new owner in spring 2019 (already owner of two 5 ***** hotels in famous districts of Paris ) wishing to provide an institution recognized in terms of architecture and environment, as well as a commitment to the quality of service, its accommodation and other services.

Member of Small Luxury Hotels, the Château hotel offers 46 sumptuous rooms and suites spread across the castle and its 3 residences, as well as a sumptuous decorated gourmet restaurant serving exceptional dishes and wines, a Cinq Mondes Spa, a fitness and an outdoor swimming pool.


Hostellerie de Plaisance

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Discover Cédric Béchade’s creative, gourmande and sharp cuisine which finds in the Hostellerie de Plaisance restaurant, an atmosphere on its own level, simple and serene.


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The huge dining room is impressive with its proportions, the stunning volume and the way every thing is put together to protect the intimacy of each table. Wood beams, wire chandeliers, interlacing red woven carpets, wide plates where the imaginary can play, flasks exposed on bright shelves, each element gives to the space a warm note, creates a voluptuous atmosphere, intimate with, at its heart, a signature cuisine. The chef Cédric Béchade’s creative, gourmande and sharp cuisine finds here an atmosphere on its own level, simple and serene. Chef de rang, waiters, sommeliers, the whole team protects the harmony of these hours shared among the diners, and makes sure that, to the smallest detail, service is remains present and graceful. You can also sometimes abandon this sumptuous dining room to get to the terrace, a few meters away, overlooking the village and its surroundings. In the evening breeze you then get to enjoy a gastronomic diner, blanketed in a dark night.


Le Pressoir

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In a superb modern decor (the outside little court is beautiful!) you will taste French cuisine, always with fresh products selected rigorously.

 

 


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Located just outside the center of the city, this star awarded restaurant can count of Ivan Vautier.After being behind the stoves of the biggest restaurants of France, he has now landed at Le Pressoir, where he works with great respect and amazing passion! In a superb modern decor (the outside little court is beautiful) you will taste French cuisine, always with fresh products selected rigorously.On the other hand, his wife Sandrine a wine passionate, gives her advice to clients, offering the more demanding people nice food-wine associations.


L’Envers du Décor

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This establishment won the “Grand Prix of the Press 2005” for the best wine list of France.


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This establishment won the “Grand Prix of the Press 2005” for the best wine list of France (in the category "Wine bars"). At L’Envers du Décor (opened in 1987), you will without a doubt he very pleased with the quality of the terrific andouillette, saucy grilled steak or the roasted calf walnut juice.
A la carte or just menu, all dishes are elaborated with the market’s products. Moreover the wine list gathers over 600 references from Saint-Emilion and other regions of France.
The key words at L’Envers du Décor are “dish and wine harmony”: in this place, natural and contemporary materials match together perfectly; the blazing fireplace in winter will warm up your meals.
During summer, sheltered from glances, located next to the Collegiate Church and the Chapter House, a shady patio ensures you absolute moments of peace.


La Maison Kammerzell

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Surrounded by pastoral scenes, stained glass windows and paintings on wood, plunge into a warm, cosy atmosphere.

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Just take a moment to observe this veritable symbol of Strasbourg, which dates back to 1427, and see how the prestige of the past is married with a continued, yet reinvented, tradition of gastronomy.Explore the different floors and let yourself be charmed by the Maison Kammerzell : its magnificent rooms decorated by Léo Schnug, its warm and spacious lounges, and its unique views of the Cathedral. Whether it be a quiet dinner for two or a meal with a group of friends, you will feel so good in the cosy surroundings that you will want to stay all night…

L’Alsace à Table

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The whole team is on happy to accompany you in your discovery of seafood and local gastronomy...

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If the name clearly indicates that the Alsatian cuisine is highlighted, Alsace table is also renowned for the quality of its seafood and its great selection of whole and fresh fish, prepared before you. Lobsters and trout caught directly from the tank give this place a unique character.

Le Gavroche

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Nathalie and Benoit Fuchs are pleased to welcome you in their very friendly restaurant, located in the small village "Krutenau”.

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Nathalie and Benoît Fuchs give food a pinch of creativity and southern sunshine at intimate, softly lit Le Gavroche, awarded one Michelin star. The dish of the day (inspired by fresh market products) will appear on a blackboard and the menu is very varied and inspired to satisfy all tastes. The team is not afraid of taking risks and often “invents” spicy or sweet sauces to accompany their delicious meats! Le Gavroche is often full, but if you are lucky enough, you will be able to have a seat at one of the best tables of the area.

Lou Marques

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Here you can dine upon the very best of Provançal Cuisine in the restaurant Lou Marques and experience a youthful, flavoursome and refined cuisine, prepared by two very talented young chefs.

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Michel and Jacqueline Albagnac have set up their Hotel in the centre of the Provencal city of Arles. Here you can dine upon the very best of Provançal Cuisine in the restaurant Lou Marques and experience a youthful, flavoursome and refined cuisine, prepared by two very talented young chefs, Pascal Renaud and Joseph Kriz, who will ensure you enjoy a pleasant evening at the dining-table with classic and regional recipes, in a Provençal atmosphere. The menu changes every week: Pan-fried duck foie gras, anis scented lobster consomme, rabbit with cepes, half roasted pidgeon etc and the wine card has over 400 references.

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