The dining room in the Hostellerie de la Poste is very simply decorated, with a few antique pieces placed around.
We arrived to find some very pleasant canapés on our table, including some wonderful olives that seemed to explode with taste as soon as you bit into them.
The orders were quickly taken by the friendly, unhurried staff. The food was robust, hearty and traditional rustic French fare – my starter of pork terrine with caramelised onions was very generous and very tasty. The main, entrecote steak with potato gratin was cooked to perfection, the knife barely needed to cut the meat.
Everything was friendly, relaxed and pleasant. I cannot comment on the price as it was being paid by a client company, but I would assume around 60 euros per person would have been more than enough.
This tip actually goes for the whole of France. On the outskirts of towns you'll find large supermarkets by the name of Auchan, Atac, Géant, Intermarché, Casino etc.
What to buy: They'll not only sell food but also kitchen appliances, clothes, gardening ware, CD-s and CD-roms.Related to:
- Family Travel
- Food and Dining