Set on Rue Saint-Ambroise street in Brive-la-Gaillarde, La Table d’Olivier is headed by Chef Pierre Neveu and Fanny, his partner. Their multi-course set menu includes a fantastic selection of dishes that are prepared with seasonally-available ingredients that are sourced from the region. They even offer a wide range of wines that pair well with their flavorful dishes. Some of the dishes served here are haddock, sweetbreads, blue lobsters, macarons and more. This cozy restaurant is a must-visit for patrons who want to explore the local cuisine.
What is the combination of 'fast' and 'lunch'? 'flunch'! However, the French fast-food version differs considerably from the American original. The chain stands not only for a balanced diet, but also for the appreciation of French food culture. A menu consists of several courses, you drink from glasses rather than from paper cups and a cheese plate completes the meal. Served is French home cooking: braised chicken thighs, meatballs, or entrecôte. Vitamins are available at the salad bar as well as at the vegetable bar.
Chef Stéphane Andrieux, a Michelin star awardee has found his own, a more relaxed gastronomic style now he heads up the restaurant of Château de la Treyne. Stéphane' s modernized and delightfully creative haute-cuisine, which concentrates on extracting flavors of the region are an absolute treat for your taste buds. The ornate interiors of the restaurant are doused in a soft light that creates an intimate atmosphere making it perfect for a quiet meal. On a pleasant day, you can seat yourself in their idyllic outdoor area and enjoy stunning views of the river. Some of the remarkable dishes that must be tried here are the Foie Gras, Quercy Lamb, and the Pot au feu.