In the heart of old Bergerac, this characterful restaurant has beamed ceilings, openwork stone and brick walls, large lamps, and tall, cane-back chairs. The lunch and dinner menu, which changes with the seasons, is good value, considering you can start with such delights as warm oysters with saffron or a skewer of langoustine with honey and rosemary, and then move on, perhaps, to ravioli in a citron sauce.
Dec 27, 2010
We had an excellent experience at L'Imparfait, from the warm welcome to the service to the inventive food. It's a warm and inviting spot. For more details, see my blog Radio Free Daglan, and the post for Dec. 11, 2010. It's at http://loren24250.wordpress.com