« The typical decor of the bistro and the large terrace under the chestnut trees make up the charm of this 17th century country house. In this village atmosphere, guests enjoy hearty, creative cuisine featuring slowly cooked and confit dishes.
Laurent Petit & Mathieu Fortin
Description of the establishment
In this historic bistro dating back to 1875 – set in a 14th century country home, perhaps the oldest in Annecy-Le-Vieux - nothing seems to have changed. Walls draped in Virginia creepers and centuries-old chestnut trees shade the grand terrace and evoke a village ambience. The menu at Laurent Petit's bistrot proudly exemplifies old-style country cooking, simple slow-cooked dishes derived from the land. Seasonal specialties embellish the choices on the board. Rusticity and subtlety combine with bursting flavours to evoke delicious memories of yesteryear.
In this bistro dating back to 1875, in a rural 14th century residence, nothing seems to have changed. Walls covered with Virginia creeper and, of course, the centuries-old chestnut trees that provide shade for the spacious big terrace and reinforce the village atmosphere. On the menu a “quirky” cuisine consisting of simmered dishes that reflect the area.
Sincere cuisine stemming from the best products in the terroir. Basic and hearty, this cuisine has deep roots in its region.
Terrine de pot-au-feu Assiette de cochon Soufflé au chocolat
Price of the menu 31 - 31 € Average price à la carte 31 €