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Lundi 12:00 - 14:00
Mardi 12:00 - 14:00
Mercredi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 21:30
Jeudi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 21:30
Vendredi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 21:30
Samedi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 21:30
Dimanche 12:00 - 14:00
We happened on this place by accident. Its on a main road into (or out of) Libourne rather than town centre. No dedicated parking but plenty of street parking both sides of the (busy) road. We parked straight outside the main entrance but others may not be quite as lucky. From the outside its not overly impressive, especially if youre driving past at 30 mph. There is a neon sign to catch your attention but again it doesn't give that 'come on in for a good meal' type feeling.But once inside its difficult to fault it. We called in late October, lunch time. Already inside were several workmen/artisans, a few mor came in after us, a few professionals
Adeline made us very welcome - she's quite a character. Not a huge selection of food, but what is on offer is excellent. Nice ambiance. A bit out of the town centre, but plenty of parking and well situated, if you don't want to tangle with the town centre traffic. Highly recommended.
we happened to this place. it is on a main road in (or out) libourne instead of in the city. no dedicated parking spaces, but many street parking both sides of the (busy) road. we parked right in front of the main entrance, but others cannot be so happy. from outside its not overly impressive, especially when passing by 30 mph. there is a neon sign to catch their attention, but again there is not that 'come for a good meal' type feeling. but once in his difficult to mistake. we called the end of October, lunchtime. already in the inner were several workers/workers, a few mortals came after us, a few profis office workers a few (probably) native. our waitresses could speak some English, but others than that we 't hear another English voice, so it doesn't seem a restaurant that was on tourist (although it was oktober) they can get more of a taste of frankly by visiting. a thing they need to remember in France is that when workers/workers eat there, it means in the rule two things 1) good eat 2) good value. and so turned out. a well furnished restaurant, pleasantly soft impressive inside. we think we saw a small outdoor terrace, but we ate inside. a choice for us of the middle day special 3 courses for 13.80 (2 courses 12.50) or a la carte. the lunch special 't have many alternative courses on them, but we went for that thoroughly enjoyed it. we were just once, that was too midday, but after I read her menu, I can choose the evening 3 curs menu is 21,90 euro. for us it was a nice foundation that we will do again.
adeline very much welcomed us that it is a whole character. not a large selection of food, but what is excellent in the offer. beautiful ambiente. a bit outside the city center, but a lot of parking and well located if they do not want to traffic with the city center. highly recommended.
The electronic ordering system when opting for English language still uses French to describe most of the item.The service was slow, very slow. It was once described as fast food, not sure what category it should go in now ?Wifi didn't work eitherWould of expected such a worldwide chain to be better
during a visit to this restaurant café with a member of my family: a rather expensive gourmet coffee (7€50) but consequent (two cannelés, a dose of whipped, a small pot of white cheese without sugar, a small floating island and a part of meringue lemon pie revisited in a log) but the problem: preparation. When the waiter wiped the edge of my plate with his thumb, put it in his mouth and wiped the plate again to put his thumb to the mouth, hum. without gloves, without washing your hands, and then preparing pancakes, with your hands, rubbing them on the pants, very little for me. a plate edge is wiped with a towel, the base of the restoration: hygiene. first and last visit for me