Restaurant

All the restaurants in Drôme

all-restaurants-dromeFind the addresses of over 700 restaurants : from local family cooking to the « haute couture »  of the gourmet food of the starred chefs of the Drôme. The art of sublimating the natural essence of the Drôme.

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Restaurants featured in the guides

min-restaurants-guidesThe excellence of the produce of the Drôme is everywhere apparent : from the great chefs to the chefs of the future, they all put their heart into their work and rise to the challenge of high quality cooking, combining modernity and tradition. These talented restaurateurs feature in French national guides.

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Bistrots de pays

min-bistrotsUnique landscapes, typical villages and bistrots which maintain the traditions and the soul of France, of the Drôme and, specifically, those of Drôme Provençale or the valley of the Drôme – Diois. The guide will lead you there.  From village to village these local bistrots offer a warm welcome, a number of services and a unique model of eating based on local produce.

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Promenade gourmande

min-promenade-gourmandeGourmet promenade offers you an original way of discovering the Drôme : from the soil and the land to the plate. Each  restaurateur, working in association with local producers offers a  « Promenade Gourmande » menu at 20 et 30 € featuring a starter, a main dish and a dessert each containing at least one ingredient sourced in the Drôme, of approved quality.

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Starred chefs

min-chefsThe Drôme is a nursery for talent and now features 8 starred chefs between Valence, Granges-les-Beaumont, St-Donat-sur-l'Herbasse, Crest, Pont de l'Isère and, since january 2015, Grignan. Discover them in the near future soon !

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Maîtres restaurateurs

maitre restaurateurFind Drome restaurants that have the title of Maître Restaurateur,  the single document issued by the state for the French catering.  

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Guest Farms

mini-fermes-aubergesSelecting a ferme-auberge de la Drôme where to stay is to discover farm produce, from lamb to goat or sheep cheese. It’s also all about eating tasty vegetables from the kitchen garden or orchard fruit. What better opportunity to taste the produce of the Drôme and discover its specialities!

Ferme-auberge visits often have to be pre-booked so don’t forget to contact the farm owners. They may either offer farm produce and/or farmhouse accommodation. Up to date information on ‘Fermes-Auberges Bienvenue à la Ferme’ is on our dedicated blog: www.bienvenuealaferme-drome.com

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