Where to Eat:
6 Beaune Restaurants That Will Give You a Taste of Our Favourite Town

BY France | Burgundy

Ah, Beaune. It’s our medieval jewel and our French home, the heart of Burgundy wine country. Fortunately, a varied and distinguished contingent of Beaune restaurants make the local fare served on a plate almost as enjoyable as that served in a bottle. Below, a few of our favourite places in town to eat, drink and be merry.

Our Favourite Beaune Restaurants

Beaune Restaurants
Loiseau des Vignes

Loiseau des Vignes
The “Group Loiseau” (named after Bernard Loiseau, the Michelin three-star chef) opened this restaurant in 2007. While located in the Hotel Le Cep, it is not part of the hotel. Order either “a la Carte,” or select one of their fantastic set menus. Offers the largest selection of wine by the glass in town.
Closed Sundays and Mondays

Beaune restaurants
Le Benaton

Le Benaton
An excellent young chef and a relaxed atmosphere. It’s reasonably priced and produces some of the finest food in Beaune. The creativity of the kitchen is what makes Le Benaton special. Fish, seafood, and meats will all come prepared in a way you never imagined possible. Features an excellent wine list full of quality winemakers.
Closed Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturday Lunch

See (and Sip) For Yourself

This is French wine’s ancestral (and our second) home. On Burgundy Bistro Biking, bike to the top of the gorgeous Hautes Côtes, sip vintages in the fields where they grew up, and explore the unhurried pleasures of Beaune, our adopted hometown

A Few More Faves:

Beaune restaurantsLe Jardin des Remparts
This restaurant boasts a fantastic terrace, some very innovative food, and a charming atmosphere. It has been highly rated by the famous French guide book Gault & Millau. The service is not the speediest; but keep in mind, you are intended to linger over your meal and enjoy your company.
Closed on Sundays and Mondays

Le Comptoir des Tontons
Les Tontons is a great place with an excellent small menu that changes daily. The atmosphere is elegant but not stuffy. Lots of locals go here, and Paquita, the chef is consistent and creative. Everything here is fresh and organic: they work exclusively with seasonal products and carefully select their ingredients from the finest small producers.
Closed Sundays and Mondays

Beaune restaurants

Le Petit Paradis
A great little find, tucked away on Rue Paradis behind the pedestrian zone. Excellent menus with a variety of prices, à la carte choices made from fresh produce, and a good wine list. Reserve in advance, as there are not many tables and they fill quickly.
Closed Sundays and Mondays

Beaune RestaurantLe Conty
A nice restaurant with good food and quality service. The terrace is one of the finest in town. Set menus here are always a good choice and change seasonally. Laurent Parra, the chef, is from a local gourmet family. Priced about mid-range among restaurants in Beaune.
Closed Sundays and Mondays

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