Eating out

Where to eat when you visit the château?

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Take a break

Fancy a gourmet break? To find the restaurant of your dreams, consult the list of restaurants run by the Pays d'Alésia et de Seine tourist office.

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Pause gourmande à l'ombre du séchoir du château
pause gourmande sous le séchoir du château

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Restaurant de l'abbaye

Fancy a traditional restaurant with a hint of aniseed? Head for the entrance to the medieval village of Flavigny-sur-Ozerain to discover an establishment with a shady terrace close to the Anis factory.

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vue extérieure du restaurant depuis l'entrée du village
vue extérieure du restaurant l'Abbaye depuis l'entrée de Flavigny-sur-Ozerain

© restaurant de l'abbaye à Flavigny

Restaurant l'Engrenage

Looking for something unusual? Try a Breton creperie in the heart of Burgundy!

Head for l'Engrenage, in the heart of old Venarey, with its warm, baroque decor, chic bistro inside and guinguette outside.

Restaurant L'Engrenage

vue de la salle de restaurant
Salle du restaurant L'engrenage à Venarey-les-laumes

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Auberge-restaurant La Grange

Looking for something authentic? Head for Auberge-Restaurant La Grange in Flavigny-sur-Ozerain. In a converted barn on the church square, a dozen local farmers offer you a warm welcome and a chance to sample their farm produce.

Auberge restaurant La Grange

Salle du restaurant La Grange à Flavigny-sur-Ozerain
Salle du restaurant La Grange à Flavigny-sur-Ozerain

© Christophe Gilles

Restaurant Le Cheval blanc

Looking for an enchanting setting and a gourmet meal? Head to Le Cheval Blanc in Alise Sainte Reine: chef Régis Bolâtre and his wife Angélique will be delighted to accompany your meal in an intimate setting.

Restaurant Le Cheval Blanc

Salle à manger avec table dressée au restaurant Le Cheval Blanc à Alise Sainte Reine
salle du restaurant Le Cheval Blanc à Alise Sainte Reine

© Regis Bolatre-Restaurant Le Cheval Blanc