The cuisine of Eric Dechavanne plays, like all great cuisine, with obvious contradictions. Tradition and invention, classic and seasonal products, regionalism and universality....
We will also add: quality and price, whose ratio is exceptional.
Isabelle’s welcome – she is the mistress of the house – is at the same time delicate and simple. Their secret: they like what they are doing and they like the people they receive. At Thorrenc’s Auberge, we are quickly considered a friend.
In the summer, meals are served on the different terraces, beneath the fresh smell of the wisterias to the sound of the little stream.
NB: The three menus of the restaurant change according to the seasons. Most of the products are of local origin and stemming from breedings or from cultures close to Thorrenc.
We are lucky to have around us an important and varied wine area. It extends from Vienne to Valence : Saint Joseph and Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, Saint-Peray and so much prestigious wines which make the enjoyment of the amateurs.
Starter Cœur de saumon d’Écosse, fumé à chaud, gribiche au curcuma (11€) or Pâté croute Vivarois aux quatre viandes, pigeon, canard veau et foie gras (...)