A gastronomic restaurant in Cote d’Or

Côte d’or, land of gastronomy

In Côte d’or, we don’t jest about gastronomy and even less about wine. For your stay, you will not escape from Burgundy wine tastings. If Dijon is the capital city of Burgundy and mustard, then Beaune is the one of wines. Discover different vineyards of the region by passing by The Route of Wines, from Côte de Nuits to Côte de Beaune, and cross famous domains like Château de Meusault (Castle of Meursault), Château de Pommard (Castle of Pommard)… 

Well known specialties

Burgundy cuisine is one of the most well known local cuisine of France. Many specialties from Burgundy are on the menu of french restaurants and not only in Côte d’Or gastronomic ones. Snails of Burgundy, crawfish pie, saupiquet of Morvan and other « gougères » (choux pastry filled with cheese) are typical dishes from Burgundy that you will find with pleasure on every tables of Côte d’Or.

Food and history

Each departments inside Burgundy has culinary specialties created with local products. In Côte Vineuse cuisine, included Côte d’Or and Saône-et-Loire, we often use wine, grapes and charolais meat. Rooster in red wine sauce, eggs in red wine sauce,  Ham sprinkled with chopped parsley, Burgundy beef and other pies will be at many times in menus of gastronomic restaurants in Côte d’Or and especialy in La Closerie, the restaurant from the Hotel Philippe Le Bon in Dijon.