La Côte Saint-Jacques – Two Michelin stars
The dining room at La Côte Saint-Jacques, which is located just outside of Auxerre. It is run by Jean-Michel Lorian
One of the dishes on the menu at La Côte Saint-Jacques – venison with beetroot, celery and blackcurrant
Located on the River Yonne, just outside of Auxerre, La Côte Saint-Jacques is run by Jean-Michel Lorian.
The restaurant was awarded its first Michelin star in 1971 and earned a second in 1976.
Guests on the cruise will enjoy lunch here, where dishes include rosette of lobster and fresh palm nut salad; egg parfait with white alba truffles and puy green lentils and venison with beetroot.
Maison Lameloise – Three Michelin stars
The three Michelin-starred Maison Lameloise in Chagny, which has been open since 1921
Maison Lameloise’s executive chef is Eric Pras. The restaurant is known for honouring its Burgundian heritage. Pictured is one of the dishes on offer
Boasting a maximum of three Michelin stars, Maison Lameloise in Chagny has been open since 1921.
The dining area is best known for honouring its Burgundian heritage with its exposed stone decor and wooden beams.
The restaurant’s executive chef is Eric Pras and his dishes include Burgundy snail tart, fizzy pickled garlic and nettle coulis.
Le Jardin des Ramparts – One Michelin star
The dining room at Le Jardin des Ramparts, which is located in Beaune in the heart of the Côte d’Or
One of the dishes on offer at Le Jardin des Ramparts. The chef Christophe Bocquillon says he likes to serve ‘truth on a plate’
Boasting one Michelin star, Le Jardin des Ramparts is located in Beaune in the heart of the Côte d’Or.
The chef is Christophe Bocquillon, who describes himself as a ‘true food lover’ who likes to serve ‘truth on a plate’.
One main course on the menu includes seared deer, Canadian mezoide butternut and macaroni and hokkaidon squash.
Aux Terrasses – One Michelin star
The dining room at Aux Terrasses in Tornus, which has held a Michelin star since 1999
One of the dishes on offer at the restaurant, which says it takes guests on a ‘genuine sensory journey’ with its food
Located in the centre of Tornus, Aux Terrasses has held a Michelin star since 1999.
It is run by executive chef Jean-Michel Carette, who took over in the kitchen from his father in 2005.
The restaurant says that it offers more than a dining experience and also takes guests on a ‘genuine sensory journey with a surprising and instant impact.’
Restaurant Georges Blanc – Three Michelin stars
Restaurant Georges Blanc, pictured, is a three Michelin-starred restaurant in Vonnas
Bresse chicken, pictured, one of the most well-known dishes of chef Georges Blanc
Restaurant Georges Blanc is a three Michelin-starred restaurant in the small village of Vonnas.
The restaurant has been in Georges’ family since it opened in 1872 and he has held three Michelin stars since 1981.
His best-known dishes are Bresse chicken – chicken cooked with cream and Chardonnay- and Vonnas pancakes that are made from potato.
Restaurant Paul Bocuse – Two Michelin stars
Restaurant Paul Bocuse, pictured, is located near Lyon. It is also known as Auberge du Pont de Collonges
The dining room inside the restaurant, which is the flagship eatery of renowned chef Paul Bocuse, who was nicknamed the ‘pope’ of French cuisine
One of the dishes on the menu at Restaurant Paul Bocuse is loup en croute, pictured
Restaurant Paul Bocuse, also known as Auberge du Pont de Collonges, is located near Lyon.
It is the flagship restaurant of renowned chef Paul Bocuse, who was nicknamed the ‘pope’ of French cuisine. He died in 2018 aged 91.
A highlight of the menu is black truffle soup, which Bocuse created for French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing in 1975.
There was controversy last month when it was revealed that the restaurant was being stripped of one of its Michelin stars. It had held three stars since 1965 but now has two.