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Spent a half hour browsing in this fabulous shop. The attendant fluent in many languages was welcoming and knowledgeable. Explained differences in the ‘foie gras” and we also tasted local Gaillac sweet wines and walnut liquors. Happily made many purchases. Thank you. PS. The shop...More
As mention in my title, I think the selection prices were very good. I would recommend getting foie gras there over any other place. In Sarlat same exact stuff is almost twice as expensive. In the airport on the way back the prices are higher...More
I can see why this is so highly rated. The owner was incredibly helpful. He answered many questions we had been having about local products. Everything was reasonably priced and we got tips for how to prepare what we bought. Great experience.
The is a great little shop with all sorts of local treats and good gift choices. The gentleman who was working there that day (possibly Julien) was friendly, spoke very good English, and was very knowledgeable about the area and all the products. He also...More
Owner Julien Penochet answered all our questions and even gave recipe advice about the food products in his shop, including samples. Not only does this shop carry a wide array of nicely displayed merchandise, but Julien also speaks English! It is very conveniently located just...More
La Maison du Foie Gras it is not just another shop that sells regional Dordogne products. Is so much more than that. You can not only try foie gras bu you can t learn about It. On top of that: reasonable prices.
We visited the store and on entering we told the owner Julien that we cannot buy much as our suitcases are filled to the brim. He however said that is no problem and even opened new bottles and jars for us to taste. He is...More
This is an excellent shop for purchasing the foie gras and walnut products with a mostly English speaking proprietors. Since the 1990's I have made over 20 visits to this shop. My last visit was in 2013 and not the date listed below. This street...More
My girlfriend and I visited this delightful gem in the morning looking to purchase some goose liver pâté. It was a welcomed surprise that the local shopkeeper , Julian, spoke perfect English, and taught us a bit about the trade/craft. Our experience was pleasant, interesting,...More