Summary: A haven of French culinary artistry.
La Grande Table Michel Chabran, nestled in the heart of Pont-de-l'Isère, is not just about size or prestige. It represents a noble concept, embodying the generosity and grandeur of French cuisine. This establishment is a symbol of a successful journey along the legendary national route 7, known for its ever-evolving nature, with a recent kitchen refurbishment and an ongoing hotel expansion. Despite the changes, the essence of the restaurant remains steadfast: a culinary precision that speaks to the soul, a joyful truculence, and a rustic wisdom applied to sophisticated cooking. Whether it's a dish featuring guinea fowl with truffles or another feathered delicacy, the spirit of abundance is always matched with elegance and refinement. Signature dishes, such as the magnificent Grand Marnier soufflé, stand out. The service is professional and warm, the wine cellar shines with the best of the Rhône, both well-known and hidden gems, and soon, the owner will introduce a vintage from his own vines. This traditional restaurant is renowned for its classical approach to cooking, expertly complemented by select Côtes du Rhône wines, ensuring guests receive a warm welcome and impeccable service.