A newly opened bistro-chic owned by Swede Johan Björklund, previous owner of London based wine company Cave Cru Classé. But Johan started his career as a chef and now he is the happy owner of this high-class bistro and luxury hotel with seven rooms in the centre of Beaune. The food is well prepared and [...]
In the centre of the small town of Beaune you find La Part des Anges. The interior is modern, designed (for being in rural France). Food is stylish French, but not Burgundian. It rather takes its inspiration from the Mediterranean region. Elegantly presented by a cheerful staff. Expect to pay around 35-40 euro for three [...]
It is not quite what you expect – that a Japanese restaurant has what is no doubt one of the best (if not the best) wine list in Beaune. But so it is. You will find virtually all of the top Burgundy producers but also other districts are well represented. When we were last there, [...]
A bistro with very well prepared food and an interesting wine list in the centre of Chablis. It is connected with the Hostellerie des Clos which has the one-star in the Michelin guide Guide Rouge “Michel Vignaud”. Around 20-30 euro for a meal. We tried the veal kidneys (rognons de veau) and a very tasty [...]
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