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The Château de Berne invites guests to experience the Provençal lifestyle. Join us on a gourmet journey of delight - a treat for all the senses.
Chef Louis Rameau and his close-knit team have plenty of surprises in store for diners from one season to the next, presenting an innovative and inspired gourmet experience.
Discover a cuisine rich in flavour in the refined settings of Le Jardin de Berne, the Bistrot in the cellar or the Table de Chef which invites you backstage at the gourmet restaurant, or the cooking school, to learn alongside the chef and his team.
Louis Rameau is taking up a new challenge as Head Chef at the Château de Berne.
Discover the pleasure of sampling the culinary feats of Chef Louis Rameau, every day, at lunch and dinner, in our refined dining rooms.
More than a simple lunch or dinner, come experience a culinary journey to the heart of Provence.
The bistrot in the cellar serves a fine traditional cuisine, revisiting classic dishes in the welcoming space of a well-lit room around the fireplace or on the covered, heated terrace, which offers the option of al fresco dining in good weather.
Make the most of the gourmet delights of Provence and the Domaine du Château de Berne with an intimate and exclusive dinner served and commented by Chef Louis Rameau. The Chef invites you to explore behind the scenes at his gourmet restaurant and share an unforgettable dining experience !
Spring vegetables, herbs, flowers and spices - the Chef draws on a range of exceptional produce to compose his menus. A stone's throw from the gourmet restaurant, the 3,000 m² vegetable garden is a haven of fresh culinary delights, and the pride of Benjamin Collombat who finds in it an endless source of inspiration.