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  1. 5.0

    We were very pleasantly surprised by the Easter 3-course Menu at 39€, since we had our eye on the Coq au Byrrh – their speciality since 1902 – and the Boles de Picoulat, but in this case there was no à la carte option. The atmosphere was cosy and not cold, with a busy restaurant full of locals and tourists alike. Being Catalan, my boyfriend couldn’t resist the traditional leg of lamb slow-cooked in its juices for 7 hours Catalan-style, and together with a foie gras starter and exceedingly chocolately profiteroles to finish, gave his menu top marks. I must add that the braised beef accompanied by a tasty gravy and chips reminded me of a wholesome, home-cooked meal and it’s true to say that everything (where possible) is home-made here. The anchovy & vegetable vol-au-vent was as light as a feather and the Saint Honoré not overly rich. Despite the number of people, the service was swift and with a smile. We will return.

  2. 4.0

    Party of 6 went to eat to le Cortie on a sunday evening in January 2016. At first glance the atmosphère was a bit cold but maybe because we were the only ones there. The waiter was nice and helpfull. I went for 29€ menu. I really enjoyed my starter. Salade de gesiers, home dried magret and home cooked foie gras. As main i had lamb shank also nice and for pud i had fondant au chocolat. Disappointed! It was too well done and not ‘coulant’ at all. Shame it is my favorite. If you want a coulant au chocolate, you’ll need to ask for it at the beginning of the meal. On the whole, a good experience to be repeated.

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