2 Best Restaurants in Bergerac, The Dordogne


$$$ Fodor's choice

In the heart of old Bergerac, this restaurant is full of character with beamed ceilings, openwork stone, brick walls, design lighting, and plush chairs. The lunch and dinner menus, which change with the seasons, are good values, 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. The cobbled outdoor terrace is the place to be when the weather is nice.

8–10 rue des Fontaines, Bergerac, 24100, France
Known For
  • High-quality local products
  • Pleasant rustic yet elegant atmosphere
  • Dishes that look as good as they taste
Restaurant Details
Rate Includes: Reservations essential

La Table du Marché


You can't miss this restaurant's bright red facade that faces the town's covered market (the origin of many of the ingredients of your meal here). A place that takes "locally sourced" seriously, you'll find not only the names but the French zip codes for each item on the menu: white asparagus from Mr. Duret with Périgord walnuts; foie gras from Cahors-based Maison Rougié; and butter from Maison Baechler, all the way to your after-dinner espresso. But the real test of quality is on the plate, a test this warm contemporary dining room passes with flying colors.

21 pl. Louis de la Bardonnie, Bergerac, 24100, France
Known For
  • Beautiful presentation
  • Delicious vegetarian options
  • Flawless service
Restaurant Details
Rate Includes: Closed Sun. and Mon., Reservations essential