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A find in the Dordogne

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A find in the Dordogne

Gary Cheong | Sep 14, 1997 04:55 PM

Here's a find while on vacation in the Dordogne region of France. By accident, we stumbled upon the tiny and picturesque village of Limeuil . The name of the restaurant is called Le Chai -- it is right on the bottom of the hill as you enter the village. It serves mainly crepes, gallettes and pizzas. I ordered the Gallette Printaniere, which was stuffed with rare slices of duck breast and slivers of foie gras, in a very rich tasty sauce (I suspect made with lots of goose or duck fat, as per the region). Can't tell about the rest of the menu, but I crave that gallette everytime I think about it. Also had very good prune and Armanac glace. Limeuil is located along the Dordogne River on Route D.31 Hope some adventurous chowhound will find his/her way there.

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