Alain Dutournier's second restaurant, tucked away well off the beaten track, is the place to go for a taste of the top chef's superb food at half the price you would pay at the luxurious Carre des Feuillants. The dining room has recently been redecorated to provide a neutral backdrop for a number of paintings by internationally-recognized artists, but the 16 kg ham holding court in the centre of the room leaves you in no doubt as to the restaurant's main vocation: traditional cuisine from South-West France, using only the finest farmhouse produce - such as Chalosse chicken and beef, and cassoulet with genuine Tarbais beans. The extraordinary selection of Armagnacs dates from 1929.