Restaurant "Les Jardins de la Tour"

Description

The village of Rossinière is the charming setting for the Jardins de la Tour. A gastronomic address recognised by the GaultMillau guide (16/20 points), this restaurant offers an inventive cuisine based on local products.

In the heart of the Pays-d'Enhaut, in the Vaud Alps, the village of Rossinière is an oasis of nature and calm. The place is also known to gourmets, thanks to the Jardins de la Tour. This gastronomic restaurant (16/20 points in GaultMillau) is housed in a magnificent wooden chalet. In summer, the alpine atmosphere of the dining room gives way to a green and enchanting terrace with a view of the mountains. In his dishes, Chef Patrick Gazeau gives pride of place to regional products, without hiding his love for fish and shellfish. Several years ago, the Chef discovered the use of mountain flowers and herbs in gastronomy. He began by using the fruits of his gatherings, initially to decorate his dishes with bright colours. Over time, mountain plants have become ingredients in their own right, whose fresh flavours enhance inventive dishes.

HOURS Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays all day and on Sunday evenings

The village of Rossinière is the charming setting for the Jardins de la Tour. A gastronomic address recognised by the GaultMillau guide (16/20 points), this restaurant offers an inventive cuisine based on local products.

In the heart of the Pays-d'Enhaut, in the Vaud Alps, the village of Rossinière is an oasis of nature and calm. The place is also known to gourmets, thanks to the Jardins de la Tour. This gastronomic restaurant (16/20 points in GaultMillau) is housed in a magnificent wooden chalet. In summer, the alpine atmosphere of the dining room gives way to a green and enchanting terrace with a view of the mountains. In his dishes, Chef Patrick Gazeau gives pride of place to regional products, without hiding his love for fish and shellfish. Several years ago, the Chef discovered the use of mountain flowers and herbs in gastronomy. He began by using the fruits of his gatherings, initially to decorate his dishes with bright colours. Over time, mountain plants have become ingredients in their own right, whose fresh flavours enhance inventive dishes.

HOURS Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays all day and on Sunday evenings

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