The Pyrénées mountains, located in the southwestern region of France,
is a gastronomical storehouse. A tradition of simple yet heartwarming cuisine has been passed on.
Villages quietly stand as if protecting the Romanesque churches built with cut rocks and thick lumber.
Encountering an anonymous restaurant there and seeing a block of baby pork that was being slowly roasted in a large fireplace, we discovered the origins of a cuisine long forgotten, characterized by simplicity.