Gourmet Restaurant

Enjoy good food and fine local produce in the Dordogne

We believe a great dinner is more than just good food and wine – we pride ourselves on our friendly service and warm welcome too.

In the Dordogne, it goes without saying that eating well is part of living well. Here at La Salvetat, we specialise in gourmet French cuisine with a modern influence, using mainly local produce and herbs from Ann’s aromatic garden. Our food is freshly prepared and cooked in our kitchen and served with a smile in an idyllic setting surrounded by lawns, flower borders and trees.

“An elegant restaurant offering gastronomic cuisine, creative and refined, highlighting the art of cooking and featuring meticulous service. All the pleasures of gastronomy.” Logis de France

Our romantic restaurant is decorated with subtle colours and has a huge open log fire in the cooler months. In summer guests dine on the pretty shaded planted terrace with panoramic views over the open countryside. In the kitchen Ann and our chef prepare seasonal menus with vegetarian and gluten free options using exceptional local ingredients ‘produits du terroirwherever possible.

Our restaurant is open every evening and on Sunday for lunch and dinner. Evenings 19h15 – 20h45 (last order), Sunday lunch 12 noon – 13h30 (last order).

Food and Wine from the Area

The Dordogne is the region of duck products including foie gras, magret (the succulent duck breast fillet) and confit de canard (duck leg prepared in a centuries-old process of preservation that consists of salt curing and then cooking it in its own fat), black truffles, wild mushrooms (typically cèpes and girolles), walnuts and of course the wines of Bergerac.

In Aquitaine, situated on both sides of the Dordogne river, the Bergerac vineyards covers 13,000 hectares over 93 villages. Amongst the 13 appellations there is the most famous sweet wines of Monbazillac but also the dry whites, the marvelously fruity rosés and the complex reds of Pécharment and Montravel.

Our Menu

The time to take your time ….

Ann and Steven Jordan welcome you to their home and invite you to share this place of tranquillity and beauty which is built around a former 14th century presbytery.

We believe a fine dinner is more than just great food and wine we pride ourselves on our friendly service and warm ambience.  All our dishes are made in our kitchen by our kitchen team.

Here at La Salvetat we support the principles of Slow Food which is a non-profit, eco-gastronomic member-supported organization that was founded in 1989 to counteract fast food and fast life, the disappearance of local food traditions and people’s dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from, how it tastes and how our food choices affect the rest of the world.

However ……. if you are in a hurry please let us know when you place your order!

Our formulas – Vegetarian options always available

Plat + Dessert 28.50€
Entrée + Plat 29,00€
Entrée + Plat + Dessert ou Fromage 33.50€
Entrée + Plat + Fromage + Dessert 38,50€

The menu at l’Auberge de La Salvetat uses locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, varies with the seasons and draws its inspiration from the market place.

We do not have a set menu but prefer to give our clients a choice of the whole menu for a reasonable price. We do have some suggestions from the chef which due to the cost of the main ingredients carry a supplement.

2015 – Our Summer Menu

Menus and selections are provided only as a guide, are non-contractual and subject to change without notice depending upon the season and inspiration of our chef!

Food Allergies and Intolerances

You should always advise your server of any special dietary requirements, including intolerances and allergies. Where possible, our trained staff will advise you on alternative dishes. However, while we do our best to reduce the risk of cross-contamination in our restaurant, we CANNOT guarantee that any of our dishes are free from allergens and therefore cannot accept any liability in this respect. Guests with severe allergies are advised to assess their own level of risk and consume dishes at their own risk.

The information provided on our website and in our restaurant should NOT be considered as any form of guarantee but as a best faith effort to provide you with information on our dishes. You should use this information to help you assess your own level of risk, based on your personal circumstances, before eating any of our dishes.

The allergen information we provide is specifically related to the dishes we make at Auberge de La Salvetat, and in response to enquiries into special dietary requirements and our ingredients.  For some items we rely on the manufacturer’s ingredient information supplied to us.

Our Wine list

White wines

Bergerac
Château Bélingard
Clos des Verdots
Château de la Jaubertie Cuvée Mirabelle
Julien de Savignac
Château Tour des Gendres Cuvée des Conti

Vin de pays du Perigord
Pierres Blanche Chardonnay

Loire
Menetou-Salon
Pouilly Fumé

Bourgogne
Chablis La Sereine, La Chablisienne
Chablis 1er cru, Montée de Tonerre

Bordeaux St Foy
Chateau des Chapelains, Prélude

Pays d’Oc
Les Hauts de Médian

Moelleux
Rosette Julien de Savignac
Château Belingard Monbazillac
Saussignac, château Richard Bio

Sauternes
Château Lafourie Peyraguey Premier Cru – 1988
Château Lamothe Guignard 2ème Grand Cru – 1989
Château d’Arche Grand Cru – 1989
Château Rabaud-Promis Premier Cru – 1989
Château La Tour Blanche Premier Cru – 1989
Château Rieussec Grand Cru – 1990
Château Climens Premier Cru – 1990
Château Lamothe Guignard 2ème Cru – 1990
Château La Tour Blanche Premier Cru – 1990

Rosé wines

Bergerac
Julien de Savignac
Château de la Jaubertie
Château Briand
Clos de Verdots

Bordeaux
Château des Chapelains

Côteaux d’Aix en Provence
Château Bas, Pierre du Sud

Red wines

Bergerac
Clos de Verdots
Château Le Raz, Grand Chêne
Château des Eyssards, Adagio / Prestige
Château Calabre
Château de la Jaubertie Cuvée Mirabelle

Côtes de Duras
Mouthes Le Bihan, La Pie Colette

Montravel
Château Roque-Peyre

Côtes de Bergerac
Château Belingard
Château Les Tours de Verdots

Pécharmant
Château Rooy
Château de Tiregand
Domaine de Bertranoux
Château Terre Vieille
Domaine de Bertranoux

Cahors
Mas Delperrié, Les Escures Bio
Château La Coustarelle, Prestige

Vins de Pays du Périgord
VDP de Domme Fût de chêne
Domaine de la voie blanche
Barbeyrolles, vieilles vignes de Merlot

Bordeaux
Château Bonnet
Château Gaillard – St Emilion Grand Cru
La Bastide Dauzac – Margaux

Loire
Saumurr-Champingny

Bourgogne
Domaine Tripoz
Château de Rully – Domaine de la Framboisière

Rhône
Château Mont Redon – Châteauneuf du Pape

Champagne
Gaston Chiquet, Insolent,Brut
Le Raz Perlant Rosé

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