Commuting, Day rides, Audax, Incidents, etc.
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A lot depends on what part of France you're going to. In Paris or other big cities you should be OK because of the choices available. But restaurants in some smaller provincial villages are sometimes a bit limited in choice. The concept of 'vegetarian option' is unknown in some places! In the area I'm mainly familiar with(Quercy - Lot region) avoid "magret" if you see it on the menu, it's duck breast with all the skin and fat left on! And also of course "foie gras". Usually there will be a salad option so you won't go hungry. Unless you're fluent take a dictionary! Don't expect every rural waiter to speak English!