An unaltered, bold and deeply rooted cuisine

Gastronomic restaurant

Jean Sulpice’s cuisine is in tune with his self-determining and genuine potrait, anchored within the Savoy region and filled with the riches of the mountains. His tasty creations relate to his love for nature and wide open spaces. A pure, bold and deep-rooted cuisine.

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The restauranta deep-rooted cuisine

Jean Sulpice maintains an intense relationship to the natural elements that surround him. He immerses himself and unwinds in that environment, exploring them by foot or on his bike: he lives at their pace, according to the seasons. This deep bond harmonises his existence, both as a chef and as a man. And his cuisine is the purest expression of that bond.

In this Savoyard territory that reaches out to the Italian Piedmont, the Alpine terroirs have retained their power of fascination: lakes, pastures, mountains faithfully liven Jean Sulpice’s cuisine. From them, he draws his inspiration as well as the freedom to craft dishes comprised of frank savours and built around original flavour combinations. Working with the seasons, careful selection of ingredients from the vicinity, and subtle variations around wild herbs are what define forthright and sincere creations, working as closely as possible to these products’ most natural and sublimated expression.

The gastronomic restaurant – 2 Michelin stars and 18.5/20 in the Gault et Millau guide – provides a warm-hearted setting to Jean Sulpice’s cuisine that perfectly matches the raw, natural environment of the Auberge du Père Bise. The restaurant’s colours borrow from the lake’s turquoise and cerulean waters; from the main room or the terrace on sunny days, the panoramic view draws the eye from the shores of Talloires Bay to the heights of the Semnoz.

The gastronomic restaurant – 2 Michelin stars and 18.5/20 in the Gault et Millau guide – provides a warm-hearted setting to Jean Sulpice’s cuisine that perfectly matches the raw, natural environment of the Auberge du Père Bise. The restaurant’s colours borrow from the lake’s turquoise and cerulean waters; from the main room or the terrace on sunny days, the panoramic view draws the eye from the shores of Talloires Bay to the heights of the Semnoz.

Discover authentic gastronomy, a universe of flavors that you can explore within different spaces at your leisure or during a guided tour.

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