The “bistrot” style of Café du Mont-Blanc is in perfect harmony with the taste discoveries the chef offers each week.
Set in a beautiful village environment, this brasserie offers a gourmet vision of local terroir.
The modest facade of this small bistrot could almost go unnoticed. Yet the quality of chef David Grappe’s culinary creations are well known in Lonay. David Grappe, who feels at home in his small kitchen, reviews gastronomic traditions and uses seasonal products.
In addition to the lunch menu, his card explores classic brasserie-type dishes with finesse, such as pot-au-feu with pork cheeks, which remains the restaurant’s specialty. Listed on a slate, temporary suggestions add to the menu range of this restaurant that has received 14 GaultMillau points. The warm welcome and atmosphere certainly have something to do with it. Events and special evenings offer additional taste discoveries.