Unique cuisine and local products from Drôme
After earning his stripes in some of the most renowned restaurants in the south of France and internationally—in England, Ireland, and Japan—chef Christophe Malet returned to rural region of Drôme in 2010 to take over the management of D’un Goût à l’Autre with his partner Isabelle Dehaeze. Located on a pedestrian street in the charming village of Nyons, the restaurant’s clientele consists primarily in tourists. But in contrast with the classically underwhelming offerings of touristic restaurants, D’un Goût à l’Autre serves a market-fresh, singular cuisine that pays homage to the region’s vast range of local products and producers. First attracted to Nyons by the rural village’s farmers’ markets, Malet and Dehaeze appreciate the richness of the Drôme region while also recognizing its fragility. “Every year we notice the effects of climate change on local agriculture,” says Isabelle. The restaurant’s menu changes four times a year, maintaining a delicate balance between the availability of seasonal products, the tastes of a primarily touristic clientele, and the originality of the chef, whose cooking uniquely combines Mediterranean and Asian influences inspired by his travels abroad.
- Prix moyen : 38-45€
- Author: Marion Favre / Jeanne Bourdier
- Photos: Rodney Paul
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