Reviews on Contemporary food in Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France. As the ancient capital of the Burgundy province, Dijon is an architecturally rich city offering far more than mustard. In its restored medieval core, you'll discover one of France's oldest museums, the MusÂe des Beaux-Arts, as well as the elegant Palace of the Dukes and the opulent 1614 mansion HÂtel de Vogue. Take a quiet walk through the lime- and chestnut-lined paths of Cours du Parc, a green space dating to 1671, and don't forget to pair the region's rich history with its gastronomic delights.
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5 based on 154 reviews
En congÃ© du 3 aoÃ»t au 21 aoÃ»t. On holiday from 3rd to 21 august. Parapluie serves modern french cuisine using local produces with an asian twist.
Well mastered fresh products,cooked to perfection and served by a very enthusiastic team of the waiter and chef.It was hard to decide on which dish to decide,as all options were very tempting.We have now been 3 times,the 21 euro lunch is just great,gourmet dinner at the price is really an opportunity.The wine list is short but it is a great and wise selection.Congratulations,guys!PS Always book your table ahead.
4 based on 609 reviews
Booked off the back of the good reviews on trip advisor. The fixed price menu was more than enough and each and every dish was delicious.Â£110 for three course including Â£50 on drinks is exceptional value with the quality, presentation and unique preparation of foods they serve.All French patrons whilst we were there. Our basic French worked but they speak more than enough English.Definitely recommended.
4 based on 379 reviews
Even though it has good reviews, we were very disappointed. Food was not well prepared and service was slow even though we were very friendly met by the staff.
4 based on 279 reviews
The gourmet restaurant âThe ChÃ¢teau Bourgogneâ in Dijon welcomes you every day from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Our chef Gonzalo Pineiro proposes traditional cuisine that combines seasonal gastronomy and creativity for your starters and d
This is probably one of the few restaurants in town open on Sunday evening.Moreover, we stayed at the hotel.We were served a very good dinner and enjoyed an excellent Auxey Duresses from the very extensive wine list.Fine and friendly service.Dear Karel V,Thank you very much for your recent dinner at Le ChÃ¢teau Bourgogne.We were delighted to read your comment and ratings and happy to see that you spent an enjoyable moment at the Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau.I will share your comments with the team members which are always eager to receive positive feedback.Comments such as yours are the best tool for us not only to maintain but further improve our quality and service. It was and always will be our pleasure to host you every time you visit Dijon. I hope you will give us the chance to welcome you in a not too distant future.Best regards, Matthias Philipps
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