An iconic restaurant in Chagny

Lameloise: 100 years of expert know-how passed on to the Best Craftsman of France 2004

The spirit of the Maison Lameloise can be found in Chagny in this restaurant with three Michelin stars.

Come and taste the delicious concoctions and seasonal products, with an added personal touch and creativity from chef Eric Pras. The menu changes regularly and there is something for everyone, whether you're looking for elegance or new discoveries.

The 5 dining rooms are all decorated to reflect Burgundian tradition and the concept of revival. Not-to-mention the attentive team's exceptional sense of hospitality.

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Chef Eric Pras: a blend of tradition and innovation

His motto: Tradition is the future.


Eric Pras joined the team alongside Jacques Lameloise in 2008, and then took over the reins in 2009.

This chef was awarded the title of Best Craftsman of France in 2004, and he has worked in some of the greatest French culinary establishments. He is a creative and demanding chef who has made his mark on the iconic Lameloise restaurant with his fresh, precise and elegant cuisine.

The Valley of Gastronomy

A gourmet experience between Dijon and Marseille

Maison Lameloise is a part of the Valley of Gastronomy, a gourmet destination that stretches between Dijon and Marseille.

Along this route, you'll be able to discover French culinary traditions, some fantastic restaurants and the work of the local farmers.

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Maison Lameloise
Relais & Chateaux

Bourgeois mansion converted into a 5-star hotel

This hotel is in a 15th century inn and has 16 rooms that ooze elegance and sophistication.

The establishment was decorated using Burgundy wood and stone, with the comfort of its guests in mind at all times.

A place where the restaurant, region and terroir are blended in perfect harmony.

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To see and do around Chagny

Some ideas for sightseeing in the local area...


As well as being an unmissable place for wine enthusiasts, the narrow streets of the old town and architectural treasures are also worth exploring, such as the iconic Hôtel-Dieu and its glazed tile roof. 

Bike rides past vineyards and fields

The Chagny Tourism Agency (a branch of the Beaune Tourist Office) has a range of bikes and equipment available to hire (for adults and children) so you can go exploring on the 40-km greenway route that will take you alongside the Centre canal, past vineyards and fields.

The Château de Couches

Come and explore this perfectly restored monument and its keep, drawbridge and flamboyant Gothic-style chapel, as well as the underground galleries, superb gardens and hectares of vines (Couchois) that are used to make some fantastic wines.

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