We asked to book a table for nine - 4 adults and 5 children aged 8-13 yrs and were told that children caused too much disturbance for other guests. (Not specifically our children). This is despite there being a children's menu.
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This lovely litttle restaurant,sitting right at the edge of the Dordogne river, just got better.! We have always enjoyed the situation and the food. This year I believe they have a new chef. My friend and I enjoyed a lovely Sunday lunch sitting under the...More
We have visited this small bar/restaurant on numerous occasions over the past eight years, both as a couple and with family or friends. Thoroughly recommend for delicious food, stunning location and warm welcome from the proprietor. Thank you Sandrine!
On a lovely summers day, the seating under the trees in front of the Banana Bar is just paradise. The view over the river Dordogne is stunning. The service is always friendly, and the cuisine, is simple but good, a nice change from the normal...More
Excellent confit de canard. A super proprietor, she speaks Spanish quite well. To our joy. We especially enjoyed the tables outside. We will return to the Banana Restaurant every time we come to Dordogne. Good memories we have of a fine meal, and an outstanding...More
We stumbled on this place by accident - loved the village and were walking round looking for somewhere for lunch. The tables on the green are perfect, sitting under a huge old tree. We only stopped for a drink and light meal but the food...More
We happened to discover Mauzac when staying in the next village.Had seen the reviews for Banana but somehow didn't think it was going to be our sort of place.How wrong can you be!We stopped to have a beer,and we're treated just the same as if...More
We love France, but we like to relax for a day before we hit the ground running, as we do anywhere we go nowadays. Alain and Byrne, our hosts, had recommended this restaurant and we now know why. It is located in a very sleepy...More
Discovered by accident whilst cycling, staying near Lalinde. Went back for dinner Saturday 13th Sept and surprised to find it quiet. Had a very good meal so went back again for lunch where we met another couple (who also found it by accident) then back...More
We arrived in Mauzac on a Sunday evening, and found Banana Bar. We were lucky to be served food as they were close to shutting, but that did not appear to effect the high quality of French food. However, we were left sitting in near...More