« What a privilege to work in the oldest orangery in France! It dates back to the 15th century and this is where I cook. Local produce of course. Flavours from further afield as well. I love tradition when it is interspersed with originality. »
Karine & Jean-Marc Molveaux
Description of the establishment
Extraordinary 15th century garden and manor. The Orangerie du Château means broad smiles, close attention and conviviality from Karine Molveaux. A garden of scents and flavours, the Orangerie becomes a cuisine of passion. Jean Marc Molveaux’s passion for taste, local produce and authenticity. His secret? Meticulous quality acquired in prestigious houses and… The talent to create, without ever betraying the nature of things! Our Anne de Bretagne room is ideal for receptions up to 50 guests. Make the most of our suite for special events or for more intimate meetings for up to 20 people.
type of establishment
Town/City Centre, Gastronomy, Vineyards
German, Italian, English
Private Room Hire, WiFi
Horse Riding (4 miles), Golf (15 miles), Beach - River
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Restaurant L'Orangerie du Château
L'Orangerie du Château was constructed at the end of the 15th century during the reign of King Louis XII and Anne de Bretagne, in the heart of extraordinary gardens. This historic residence has been transformed into a restaurant... It proposes a selection of set menus for a range of pleasures as well as a choice of the best fine wines from France and in particular the great vineyards of the Loire.
Must-see venues. The cuisine is lively, appropriate and sensitive, the work of Chefs whose reputation is well-established.
Langoustines posées sur une gaufre parmentière Ris de veau cuisiné au sautoir, timbale de macaroni Soufflé chaud au Grand Marnier
Price of the menu 39 - 84 € Average price à la carte 72 €