A stop for the pilgrims to the shrine of St Jacques de Compostelle in the 15th century, this ancient building in an old part of Orthez, near the turreted bridge, now offers excellent regional cuisine for today's discerning diner.
A little pricier than some of the other restaurants, but well worth the experience - and the reputation.
There is a patio for the summer and a log fire for the winter. A salon can be booked for private dining.
The degustation dessert is highly recommended - tastes of a variety of desserts for those who can't quite make up their mind.
The service is friendly and quietly efficient.
Dress - smart casual.