Réserve ta table à Le Coconut, située à Nadine Legros, 87290 Saint-Sornin-Leulac, France, en quelques clics sur notre page de réservation. Embarque pour un voyage culinaire et savoure des plats délectables. Réservez votre table en appelant +33555763254.
Lundi 07:00 - 18:00
Mardi 07:00 - 18:00
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Jeudi 07:00 - 18:00
Vendredi 07:00 - 18:00
If you would like to feel that you are really in France and happen to be going through this village the oddly named Coconut is an authentic, modest place to have lunch. The lunch cost 11 Euro and consisted of an entree of a slice of rolled ham, a delicious sardine and some odd over-cooked green beans. The main course was curried rabbit which may mean stewed - it was delicious and came with French fries. The dessert was included and excellent. This is where local people have lunch and it's fun to observe the dog under the table, the solitary man, old women talking to each other - no one minded that we didn't speak much French and were pleased to be complimented on their food.
if you want them to be really in france and go randomly through this village, the strangely named coconut is an authentic, humble place to lunch. the lunch cost 11 euro and consisted of a escape of a disc wipe, a delicious sardine and some strange over boiled green. the main course was bred rabbit, which can mean that it was delicious and came with French fries. the dessert was included and excellent. here have the local lunches and it is fun to watch the dog under the table, the lonely man, old women who talk to each other, no one has noticed that we don't speak much French and were glad to be complicated on their food.
We were seated at a private spot by a window in a lovely room with a piano, stone walls and a wooden barrel ceiling. A charming girl waited on us and was a delight. She wrote down the names of all 6 wines we tasted. They were unusual picks and all perfectly matched with our dinners. The chef served up little surprises... the warm grissini wrapped with Iberian prosciutto came with mascerated popcorn & tapenade. The velouté of asparagus was set off by crumbled almond bits. Great scallops. Great langoustines & white asparagus.