Marquay Food Guide: 9 must-eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Marquay
Discover the best food in Marquay, France including Auberge La Ferme du Brusquand, Lacombe Michel, Lescaleyrou, Bar des Souvenirs, L'Auberge du Peyrol - Chez Janine, La Savie, La Cremerie, Le Petit Leon, Restaurant Les Combarelles
1. Auberge La Ferme du Brusquand
4 based on 1159 reviews
Reviewed By Shipra K - pune
The "Real" Farm to Table. The best Tournedos Rossini I have ever had
This place is magical. The waiters are brothers, father and uncle are cooks, and mother and aunt are farmers. This place is well and truly "Family Owned".If you want something which is not on their regular menu, just request them while making the reservation and chances are that they will be able to make it specially for you.The foie gras and the beef was of an unparalleled quality.For families, their farm has have open house/tours everyday at 5PM.
2. Lacombe Michel
4 based on 233 reviews
Reviewed By Jennifer K - Melbourne, Australia
Ferme Lacombe was an unexpected discovery while driving through the Dordogne. It is an unassuming, small and very homely restaurant but it serves the best canard confit and pommes de terres salardaises! It was a truly delicious meal and SO satisfying. We could hear Madame in the kitchen working away and she popped her head out every so often to converse with the (mainly French customers - always a good sign) and then the food arrived. The duck was moist and tasty and large enough to satisfy even my husband's large appetite and the potatoes cooked in the local style (in duck fat) were superb. It was a great meal (with a salad on the side) made from their own farm produce and cooked in the very best traditional manner. It was a memorable meal for all the right reasons and definitely worth a roadside stop (it's a simple brick building about 11 km outside Sarlat on the way to Les Eyzies).
5 based on 208 reviews
Reviewed By rodgerb677 - Harrogate, United Kingdom
Lovely meal. Highly recommended
Really good quality meal. Easily the best we’ve had in the Sarlat area. Greated on arrival with a warm handshake and attentive service thereafter. Well worth the ten minute drive from Sarlat town centre. We’ll definitely return in the future. Highly recommended.
4. Bar des Souvenirs
5 based on 29 reviews
Reviewed By Julian J - London, United Kingdom
Et des bons souvenirs...!
Real home cooking at an astonishing price - four courses for €12 (wine included). Moules-frites every Thursday (lots of them!). Why go anywhere else? Charming reception too.
5. L'Auberge du Peyrol - Chez Janine
4 based on 343 reviews
Reviewed By wotnocaravan - Great Tey, United Kingdom
So tasty and such good value we went back twice
We chose this Auberge for our first night dinner after arriving in the Dordogne based on previous TA reviews, and were definitely glad we did.Sitting outside in the sun looking across at the lovely view was a treat, even before the super soup arrived for the 1st course. The fois gras was delicious, and the duck mains were memorable not least for the truly awesome potatoes. Great cheeses, finishing with a nice fresh apple tart - 5 courses for €25 astounding value. Service was friendly and welcoming, and a good selection of local wines. So good, we went back at the end of our week in the area.
6. La Savie
4 based on 141 reviews
Small restaurant in an ancient farm, located in a greenish quiet place. Serving good quality products, vegetables and herbs from the garden, everything homemade.Open all year, cooking classes in the winter.
Reviewed By PaulRobins62 - Honfleur, France
A pleasant and intimate experience
This restaurant was recommended by our gite owners as offering something a little bit special. It is located in the deepest backwater of Meyrals, and can be awkward to find. We booked the table the day before in order to treat our friends from Bergerac, mentioning that one person was vegetarian. The September menu was fixed: the starter was smoked salmon on a long strip of cucumber; main course was a pork shoulder and pasta casserole; dessert was strawberries in jelly on pannacotta. The restaurant owner accommodated my wife's vegetarian diet, and supplied alternative courses, which had been carefully considered. We were the only diners and had the restaurant to ourselves. Whilst this made the occasion very intimate, it lacked atmosphere. The total cost per person was about £40 with drinks and coffee.
7. La Cremerie
5 based on 220 reviews
You can come to enjoy our cheeses with our slates of tasting and our today's specials, around a glass of wine, a traditional beer or an organic fruit juice. A home and friendly cooking.
Reviewed By Dave G
Excellent and Simple
We had lunch here today.Service is very friendly and attentive.Menu is simple but provides enough choice for everyone.The Waiter brought out nibbles while we were waiting for the main- these were very tasty.Food tasted really nice - we had plat du jour, baked Camembert and the chews and meat selection- all were absolutely delicious.I would definitely recommend this place.
8. Le Petit Leon
4 based on 345 reviews
The Le Petit Leon is a seasonal restaurant in the south of France open from June till September each year. Executive Chef Nick Honeyman from Paris Butter in Auckland New Zealand servers up a mix of French flavours with his own creative twists. The restaur
Reviewed By Beamer23 - Perth, Australia
Most enjoyable experience
It is really funny that we travel all the way from Australia to experience a French Périgord vacation and we land up in a restaurant in the heart of the Périgord run by a New Zealander! Anyway, Nick the kiwi chef is obviously pretty exceptional and the food experience was very French in any case. The restaurants in Auckland are generally top quality, so I am not surprised that Nick is such a good chef. The restaurant is in a very casual garden situation and the wait staff all look like they could have been working in an Australian restaurant, being very casual themselves. The whole experience was excellent and I am definitely not sorry that we chose to dine here. If you happen to be in the Périgord during the few summer months that this restaurant is open, then it is highly recommended that you pay a visit. You had better make a reservation though as it is pretty busy.Hi Beamer, Thank you for your review. Yes, we like to offer a relaxed setting. The village alone makes you feel like you are far away from everyday stresses... We hope your next trip brings you back here or maybe Auckland. Thanks again!
9. Restaurant Les Combarelles
4 based on 285 reviews
Reviewed By bernardverheecke - Bruges, Belgium
Not a chic restaurant but a good one .Foie gras and duck in peppersauce were outstanding.Hè is a real chef.