Had familly lunch during rocamadour visit. The restaurant has a nice shady terrasse. Price is a bit expensive but the food is good and service is quick enough.
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The restaurant has lovely sheltered outdoor tables, surrounded by greenery and flowers. Service was good, prices reasonable and the food highlighted local specialities. The tarts were particularly good - we enjoyed both the apple and the walnut tarts.
New venue for us this one. Food was good - great cassoulet, lovely salmon with curry sauce but the vegetable soup had no salt and was not enjoyable. Desserts of gateaux noix and walnut icecream were delicious. So waht ruined it a little bit? Well...More
The restaurant is situated beyond the gate to the city and, as a result can be easily missed. After going down some steps there is a pleasant courtyard where the food is served (weather permitting - although there is indoor accommodation). We went for the...More
We had walked the full length of the town looking for somewhere suitable to eat, and reached the end of the main street prior to it dropping down the valley. We could see the restaurant name on the side of the building so went to...More
We traveled to Rocamadour in November, not knowing that most restaurants, shops, and venues are closed during the low-season. We were fortunate to find Les Jardins open for lunch. The atmosphere was wonderful and the food was delicious.
This restaurant is very pleasant, we stopped at lunch time for an omelette and fries which was perfect. Staff all speak good English and are very helpful. Very pretty outdoor tables and quite an extensive menu if you are looking for something more substantial. Little...More
Great location, friendly staff, good food at a decent price (remember it's a touristy spot which means the prices are always a bit higher). Apparently one of the oldest buildings in the village, 3 terraces + interior, it becomes a pub later in the evennin'...More