Les Caudalies CHALONS-EN-CHAMPAGNE
Caudalies: gourmet persistence
Did you know? The term caudalie is an oenological term measuring the persistence of a wine's finish in mouth, where a one-second finish is considered to be equal to one caudalie.
In this restaurant in the centre of Châlons-en-Champagne located in the former Royer and Grandthille house that dates back to the late 18th century, the cuisine is regional, sometimes with surprising combinations, such as the snails with cheese fondue and the oysters with porcini mushrooms au gratin that bring the otherwise bourgeois, elegant cuisine down to earth. Take more than a second before pronouncing judgement...
Room inspired by Louis XV, deep armchairs and painted wood, the décor is majestic, as is the glass roof under which you'll enjoy a tasting experience of food and fine spirits.
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