The Dordogne Travel Guide
The Dordogne Restaurants
If you're traveling in the Dordogne between October and March, it's essential to call restaurants ahead of time to avoid disappointment, as some shut down for the slow season. Closing times, too, can be variable. When you do snag your table, scan the menu for listings of dishes à la périgourdine, which usually mean you're about to enjoy truffles or foie gras, or perhaps even both.
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