Really enjoyed this little Auberge. The food was memorable especially the haricot beans. Good service from friendly people. Lots of cats around the place.
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We ate here in May. Lovely local food and wine in a charming setting. Looking forward to going back next time we're in Tuchan.
Twelve of us hiked up to Peyrepertuse and we wanted to stop for lunch before going on to Queribus so we descended upon Auberge la Batteuse and they were very accommodating! They moved tables to allow us all to sit together, checked the status of...More
We had an excellent meal here. Despite our rubbish French and the staff speaking limited English, they could not have been more helpful. Food really tasty- completely agree with previous review- the beans were divine! Atmosphere relaxed. We ate early but it was filling up...More
I had dinner here late one night as they were about to shut down. They were kind enough to create a goats cheese salad for me on the spot and it was really enjoyable. Lovely service and a cute looking restaurant.
We ate here our first night in town and came back the following night as it was so good. Big portions, just what you need after a long day walking on the hills. Including drinks, we paid 40 - 45 Euros for two people. .
We had a really great dinner, the "sanglier" was wonderful, as was the rest of the food. Easy parking, nice staff, a great time!
I asked what one of the preparations was and was told they soaked the beans overnight and then added goodness how many ingredients.....The wild boar was shot by one of the villagers..that sort of restaurant. No frills, full of French people having their Sunday lunch,...More
Having just climbed to the top of the nearby chateau Duilhac sous Peyrepertuse, we needed lunch on the road back down. With car parking opposite, we took a table inside the restaurant as it was cool after the heat we had been exposed to during...More