Had lunch with my family here; the service was great and the food was ok but not great. I had the cod; it was good but nothing special. My husband had lamb with beans ; again nothing exceptional but it was decent. The staff was...More
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OK. So it was a Monday evening in a French provincial town, when most other restaurants were closed. So la Truffe Noire was pretty much our only option, although we'd planned to eat at a more reasonably priced establishment. In its heyday, it was considered...More
Business dinner in this place, not many people in, the menu is the first strange thing, all set menus, quite expensive, not much choice. The food was very average with a very strange presentation, looked as if it was served on un-washed plates. The service...More
Dinner here was delicious, a la carte and prix fixe menu available. Good wine selection. Nice presentation and wait staff very helpful. Indoor/outdoor seating available. Great location.
As many restaurants were closed, our hotel hosts advised us a half hour drive to Brive for a diner in Truffe Noir. We had a very good diner here, pricing a la carte is on the high side but the ambiance and spacious dining room...More
My favorite dinner is to have "apero" on the terrace then step inside for a large salad with huge slices of foie gras. The price is right and the waitstaff is friendly.
This is probably not as good as its Brussels namesake (why is there a review of that restaurant in among reviews of this Brive one?) but the food is certainly delicious and well presented. There were three of us having a business lunch here on...More
Although staff did not speak much English they were very helpful and we were understood. The maitre'd in the restaurant spoke fluent English. The room included a small fridge which was great for some ham and cheese we picked up at market - and some...More