Passionate about wine and food…


Food & Drink, its what France is all about…

Lunch is a big event in France and each little town has its own restaurant offering a 4 course lunch with wine for around €13-17. La Camelia is one of our favourite traditional restaurants, and we have sampled a few!! There are vineyards galore offering dégustation in a region that produces some of the finest red Pécharments and fruity Bergerac whites. What better way to while away and evening along with some creamy local fromage…

Most nights of the week throughout the summer you will find villages holding a Soirée Gourmande offering street food and music. Tasty duck brochettes and burgers or Moules Frîtes are a favourite. Locals take their own ‘covers’ (plates, glasses and booze) or you will be offered paper plates. Join the locals at long lively trestle tables.



There are several restaurants in Eymet. La Bastide serves continental food, Andine offers Peruvian food, and a great Italian on the square with homemade pasta and excellent pizzas (takeaway available). For fine dining try La Court d’Eymet, reservations essential.

Each town has its own restaurant frequented by the locals for lunch, all with individual atmosphere with simple but good food. We have made it our mission to frequent as many as possible and can help with booking a table.



Most old towns have a central square surrounded by bars and cafés. The Café de Paris in Eymet is a popular watering hole and the square is surrounded by lots ofcafes, shops and restaurants. We can certainly point you in the right direction!


Local Produce

We are in the heart a farming country. There are a wealth of farm shops selling freshly picked produce. There are countless local vineyards offering dégustation (wine tasting).

We have a few favourites of our own and usually keep a few bottles in stock.



You will not be short of a vineyard or two to visit. The only problem you will have is choosing the wine for you. We recommend you try them all! We have details of places to go onsite.