The tile mosaiac depicts Figeac in its medieval hey-day when it was a trade, as well as a religious, center. The warm spring day lured many other diners to the terrace, and soon it was filled with folks enjoying the pleasant environment and the yummy good food. I opted for the menu du jour, salad, main dish, dessert and coffee, for 16 euros. The salad was greens and leaves of purple and white endive topped with tomatoes, roasted red peppers, red onion slices and strips of thinly sliced duck. The main plat consisted of barbequed chicken, mixed veggies and frites...the French make the BEST fries! I thought having barbeque in France might be a bit risky, but it was delicious. Three fat chicken legs drenched in a thick sauce...very good barbeque taste laced with smoky paprika. Dessert was a sliver of poppy seed cake napped with raspberry coulis and a dollop of whipped cream. I ate well and left a happy camper!
I leave you with another taste of wisteria.