L’Atelier, situated at the entrance of Issigeac’s medieval town (Périgord), offers a warm and inviting atmosphere with a touch of rustic charm. Chef Fabrice Rodot specializes in contemporary cuisine, with a special focus on fresh, local, and seasonal produce. The scrumptious homemade bread serves as a delightful accompaniment to their innovative and beautifully presented plates.

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Diners have raved about L’Atelier’s exceptional cuisine, highlighting standout dishes like pan-seared pollack, truffle risotto, and their flambéed crepe Suzette, described as “out of this world.” Vegetarians won’t be disappointed either, and the green apple and meringue dessert is a showstopper. The house-made chocolates provide a delightful finale to an unforgettable meal.

Beyond the phenomenal food, diners consistently commend the exceptional service. Friendly and helpful waiters ensure a memorable dining experience, making every visit to L’Atelier feel extra special.