Stopped here on our way up to the Ramparts to grab lunch. The cheese omelet was fantastic and salad was even better with a wonderful dressing and walnuts.
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We just wanted an early lunchtime snack meal and were not made welcome. At first we were refused a table and eventually we were provided with one containing empty water jugs. We ordered crepes with Grand Marnier and cold drinks. When the crepes came they...More
If you get there early enough , get a seat on the terrace, inside is comfortable cool with the a/c. Very popular and gets very busy, be prepared to wait for your food, worth the wait. Staff are great very attentive. Lots of choices either...More
With outside seating on a shady deck, this restaurant was not only a good way to get out of the sun for a while on a very hot dat, but a culinary gem. The grilled trout was a real treat.
Had a great lunch (lamb) with generous portions and a good house wine. We were a group of 4 and everyone enjoyed their food. The table we had had a great view and staff were friendly and helpful.
We found the service good and the staff friendly. Our lunch was average, but the view from the terrace is stunning and we enjoyed our meal.
We visited late morning, when there were no other customers for a couple of cups of coffee. We got the feeling the staff didn't want us to go on the terrace, and when we did, we dared to sit by the fence. We were asked...More
Stopped for a coffee and to enjoy our stop in Rocamadour. Didn't stay for more than a cuppa as the lady who served us was rude and abrupt. Even slammed our bill down on the table. Never mind. Plenty of other places to go instead.
Rocanadour is of course a wonderful place but not known for its value or gastronomic pleasures. This cafe style bistro serves decent cafe food - croque amadours (sic), salads, confit duck etc. No major culinary amazement but reasonably priced - try and get a table...More