This is easily one of the best restaurants in Montignac, without being fussy or overpolished. It sits right on the bank of the river, with a large terrace for the summer months and views over the medieval streets on the far bank of the Vézère. The bistro-style French menu offers a good range of freshly caught river fish, and a few local surprises such as Périgord bison. Their Italian pizza menu may seem odd, but it is expertly done, with quality touches such as 36-month aged parmesan and 24-month aged prosciutto. Books for children add to the relaxed feeling. In a town where restaurants can be tourist traps in the summer, this is a great choice.