Restaurant Le Saint Jacques, Bergerac, France
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Le Saint Jacques restaurant is also located in the center of Bergerac. There are bars nearby that are open until late and you can continue your party there.
…. The interior fits the old house in which it is housed – the style is old-time, you feel as if you are visiting someone in the last, even the century before the last.
…. The service was good, they even waited for us because we were late, which was nice of them;
…. However, they didn’t give us the opportunity to order only an appetizer or just a main course a la carte – they wanted us to get full menu, which I didn’t like very much because we didn’t have that much capacity to eat. From there, 1 heart dropped out.
…. The music was an eclectic mix of French songs, some epic film music, some classical and it was very quiet. It somehow didn’t complement the experience well and that’s why I took 1 heart.
Movie watching time: 1:49 min.
…. As a big fan of matcha tea, I can’t help but notice its slightly tart aroma, which gives exoticism and perfection in every dessert, and in this case in cherry souffle, called Hiroshima my love! For a long time I had not eaten a classic souffle, not the chocolate flan, which in Bulgaria is called souffle, but the one that rises up, because it’s made mainly from egg whites. I enjoyed it very much!
….. Most of all I recommend duck leg croquettes – no leg came, but something like a big meatball, fried on top and bottom, with a very crispy crust – delicious!
…. There were interesting fermented turnip ravioli with crab meat inside! Except they had nothing to do with ravioli, 2 thin pieces of turnip, among which was the shrimp;
…. Cod fish was also good, as was foie gras from the appetizers, but it lacked character and expressiveness;
…. The appetizers included a croissant with ham, melted cheese and bechamel sauce, but it was quite dry and somehow devoid of originality.
…. The desserts for the day also offered Pavlova, which was not bad, but I was much more impressed by the version of this dessert in a wonderful restaurant in Bordeaux, for which there is a separate publication.
You can visit Saint Jacques restaurant in Bergerac if you plan to party in one of the nearby bars afterwards, but you won’t miss much if you don’t succeed! There are much better restaurants around.
How to get to restaurant Le Saint Jacques in Bergerac?
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A: 30 Rue Saint-James, 24100 Bergerac, France
Opening hours: Thu-Mon 12:00-13:45, 19-21:30, Tue & Wed- closed
Well, that’s the way it is with restaurants in France – they close in the afternoon.
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