Cafe de la Fleur.

A new Cafe in Daglan Village opened last night. Paul and I went out this morning to check it out. It replaces the Brasserie le Bistroquet which has been closed and for sale for a few years so it was great to hear the welcome news that it had been bought by a couple from Denmark who have opened as Cafe de la Fleur. They have plans to further develop the large property to include a restaurant, apartments or bed and breakfast when the renovation work is completed.

Cafe de la FleurLooking good with the tables set in pretty gingham table cloths.
 

Menu
Cafe de la Flour is open for business seven days a week. They sell various types of burgers or you can have a set menu which changes daily for the excellent price of fifteen euros. They also have steak, chicken etc. for a slightly more expensive meal of around twenty two euros.

Unfortunately, they do not have any vegetarian meals on the menu at the moment but they will change the menu on a regular basis according to the customers taste so fish and vegetarian options are to come at a later stage.
 

Morning CoffeeWe popped in to introduce ourselves to find the Maire and various other people from our village sipping a morning coffee. We were made to feel very welcome by the owners who took time out to talk to Paul and myself about the Cafe.
 

Comforting interiorIt looks great inside and they sell good coffee and aperitifs etc.
 

Charlotte and RobinBonne Chance to Charlotte and Robin and all the best in your new venture.

 

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4 thoughts on “Cafe de la Fleur.

  1. So pleased to learn that the place is open again. Can’t visit it again until my next visit in spring but look forward to doing so!!
    Doug Curson

  2. Having lived in this area for several years and been visiting for almost twenty years, it was good to see that the cafe was open again. We passed on Sunday 19th February and stopped for a glass of wine to enjoy in the sunshine. We ordered a demi pichet of white wine which was delightful. We were quite astounded however when we were charged 13€ for a half litre of white wine!!! I wish the new proprietors every success, Daglan needs a good quality, reasonably priced restaurant but with wine prices like that, I fear that the enterprise will not last long unless they revise their prices for wine.

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