Restaurants in Dordogne, France



Restaurants in the Perigord

nontron pelisson
Nontron

st. Barthelemy
St. Barthelemy

Champniers Reilhac
Champniers Reilhac

Piegut
Piegut

St. Mathieu
St. Mathieu

St. Estephe
St. Estephe

Rochechouart
Rochechouart

St. Junien restaurants
St. Junien

Brantome restaurants
Brantome

There are many excellent restaurants and bars/cafes within easy reach of La Chabroulie
Piegut-pluviers:-
A small market town with several,pleasant and reasonably priced restaurants (Market day is Wednesday)
Cussac:-
Village with several shops bar/cafe and a lovely restaurant (you may need to book though)
La Rochechouart:-
Has several restauants and pizzeria
St.Junien:-
North of La Rochouart (approx. 30 mins. from La Chabroulie) on the outskirts of Limoges. A large commercial centre with several Hypermarkets, Leclerc, Mr Bricolage, Carrfour etc..
St. Mathieu:-
Has a couple of bar/cafes and a restaurant/bar at The Lake (1 mile east of St. Mathieu), various watersport activities,
also bank, post office, boulangerie, hardware store,newsagent and a small supermarket with petrol station...
St. Barthelemy:-
The 'Presbytery Auberge' is a lovely restaurant by the church.
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Local restaurant at St. Barthelemy...Highly recommended ***

Champniers-Reilhac:-

The restaurant in Champniers will be under new management, and will open 6th June, 2011

Nontron:-
Fine cuisine at The Grand Hotel Pelisson *****
There are four restaurants in Nontron.
We highly recommend the food and sevice at Nontron's GRAND HOTEL PELISSON'.
A family run hotel and restaurant situated in the heart of Nontron.
Possibly for a special occasion.
Excellent range of food and a fantastic selection of patisseries all made in the kitchens
During summer the terrace and pool offer a pleasant alternative.

Brantome:-
Known as the 'Venice of Dordogne'.
There is a particularly good restaurant just off the main high street on the corner opposite a delicious patisserie, called 'Le feu en Bois'

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