Burgundy

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Maison des Cariatides, its façade a riot of stone caryatids, soldiers and vines, is one of Dijon's finest buildings. — Lonely Planet
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Menus include such delights as œufs meurette Bernard Loiseau (poached eggs in red-wine sauce) and a ballotine of Bresse chicken. Indulge in the wine-tasting menu and sample five of Burgundy's best. — Fodor's
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This Michelin-starred restaurant is one of the most sought-after eating places in the area, thanks to the chef’s creative take on Burgundian cuisine. — Frommer's
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European
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In harmony with the changing of the seasons, the Billoux father and son team create classic cuisine with an extravagant twist. — Michelin Guide
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This zinging restaurant with cheery decorative touches is a good choice if you're tired of heavy Burgundian classics. — Lonely Planet
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European
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The cuisine has come to reflect genuine mastery coupled with a healthy dose of creative flair. — Gayot
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This intimate restaurant on a narrow medieval street is known for cuisine elaborée (creatively transformed versions of traditional dishes) made with fresh local products. — Lonely Planet
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Fine Dijonnais cuisine, accompanied by classical music and an extensive wine list, is served under the sumptuously lit bays of this 13th-century cave (wine cellar). — Lonely Planet
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French
2 reviews
Expect inventive cuisine with a Japanese twist at the classy bistro of Michelin-starred chef Keigo Kimura. — Lonely Planet
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European
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In this former village bistro that has evolved into a contemporary restaurant, the likeable and talented young chef knows just how to delight the taste buds of his diners. — Michelin Guide
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Freshness and value for money are the hallmarks of this sophisticated bistro, 800m from the centre on the road to Lyon. — Lonely Planet
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European
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The retro zinc-topped bar, stone floors, and log fire strike a perfect balance with the modern-day comforts of this handsome, family-run hotel. — Fodor's
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European
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We particularly like the crème brulée Grand Marnier dessert and the wine list specializes in wines from the area, including several chablis. — Frommer's
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European
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Just a short walk uphill from the tourist office, this well-managed abode is clean, bright and friendly, with a respectable restaurant on the ground floor serving regional dishes. — Lonely Planet
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European
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Has a pretty garden (jardin) where you can dine on summer evenings, as well as an organic vegetable garden producing fresh herbs, gorgeous greens, and other foods that wind up on the table. — Fodor's
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European
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This restaurant serves forth fresh cuisine with a smile. — Gayot
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European
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Don't be put off by its unprepossessing exterior: this friendly, oak-beamed restaurant offers good-value prix-fixe menus. — Fodor's
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European
2 reviews
Its dining room is large and light, and there's a tempting choice of dishes on the fixed-price menus, complemented by one of the finest wine lists in the entire Côte de Nuits region. — Lonely Planet
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European
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If you're tired of hearty Burgundian classics, just follow savvy locals to this stylish little restaurant on the main street. — Fodor's
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French
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A place of truly timeless culinary tradition! Poached eggs in red wine, coq au vin, vanilla poached pears. — Michelin Guide
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