If you are coming to France be ready to succumb to temptation. France is a foodie nation and some would argue it is the definition of what foodie culture is- the pleasure of good food cooked with flair, sourced from local producers and grown with a commitment to the environment.
Breakfast tends to be a very simple affair – a tasty baguette or croissant from an boulangerie artisanale can be found just about anywhere. Eating out for lunch can be a relaxed outing or an elaborate one and dinners a gastronomic adventure in fine cuisine. In the Dordogne Valley slow food is the norm. Local know how, locally sourced produce, local cooking techniques, accompanied by local wines and beers are all waiting to be discovered. The best thing about eating out here is that you can unhurriedly enjoy it in an authentic setting where locals also eat.