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Maison Decoret
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Maison Decoret

FranceVichy

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Jacques Decoret

  • Creative cooking
  • Chalet reminiscent of the Napoleon III style

restaurant

restaurant
Rates and services

Menu 42 EUR (week lunch), Menus 75-92-122 EUR s.i.

terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included

For your information: 1 EUR = 1.16 USD

Weekly closing

Tuesday and Wednesday.

Annual closing

One week in February , one week in March , from mid-August to the beginning of September.

Our commitments

Working with regional produce through the prism of childhood memories, inventing a new life for food waste and fighting against exclusion; here, there's plenty for this chef to keep his days busy…

Frying Jerusalem artichoke peel, to prepare an amuse-bouche, or concentrating grapefruit peel into a powder to be used elsewhere, and turning vegetable skins into petals: Jacques Decoret works hard to reinvent leftovers and curb waste. Each year, he shares his approach with nursery school children during ‘la Semaine du Gout’ (Taste Week). The fruit and vegetables are sourced from the vegetable garden Jardins de Cocagne, a society that helps people reintegrate into the workplace. To fight against exclusion, the living, vegetal roof is cared for by the CAT (employment centre), and the Chef visits the kitchens at a high security prison from time to time in order to give prisoners a taste of the regional flavours. 

Jacques Decoret

Chef
Jacques Decoret
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Martine and Jacques Decoret

Maitres de Maison
Martine and Jacques Decoret
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