Views from above... The first is a photo that I took in February 2005. I was up on the château grounds, looking down on the part of the town that's towards the north. I've only eaten at the Café de la Ville once, and I can't remember when that was. I may have some more photos, since that was another time I was in Montrésor, but I haven't yet found them.
I don't remember the meal I had at the Café de la Ville as being especially good. It was some kind of beef stew with a side dish of green beans. As my friend Chris, with whom I was having lunch, said: it's funny that they serve green beans out of a can here. That's what the beans tasted like. I need to go back there for lunch on some nice warm day and see what the menu and cuisine are like now.
Yesterday CHM left a comment with a link to a video taken from a drone flying over Montrésor. I grabbed a still shot from that video to post here. It gives a good overview of the village. The Café de la Ville is hidden behind the château in this photo. You can see Foulque Nerra's medieval fort, though, as well as Imbert de Bastarnay's Renaissance logis (residence).