Le Doyenné Café Lounge
We are delighted to announce our re-opening from 02 June whilst observing the government advice to combat the COVID-19 crisis. We strongly recommend that you wear masks unless you are seated at your table. For your security all our tables will have a minimum distance of 1m between them. We also have hand sanitiser at your disposition and continue to use no touch soap and single use paper towels in the toilet. The entrance to the café will be at 38 Rue de L'Ancienne Poste and the exit by the Tour de Ville.
Our Café Lounge is open to both residents and non residents with indoor and terrace dining.
We have new opening hours for this season which are currently as follows
Lundi / Monday 11:45 - 13:45
Mardi / Tuesday 11:45 - 13:45
Mercredi / Wednesday CLOSED
Jeudi / Thursday 11:45 - 13:45
Vendredi / Friday 11:45 - 13:45
Samedi / Saturday C L O S E D
Dimanche / Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
For reservations please telephone or contact us via our contact page. Reservations essential on Sundays to avoid disappointment.
We look forward to welcoming you at Le Doyenné Café Lounge!
What to expect at Le Doyenné Café Lounge and restaurant?
The Doyenné's cuisine is always fresh and mixes with flavor the specialties of the southwest such as the famous duck confit, the flagships of French gastronomy such as crème brûlée or gratin dauphinois and delicious typically English dishes such as the famous carrot- cake.
We offer delicious starters and small plates, tasty salads, charcuterie and cheese boards, scrumptious desserts, homemade cakes and a wide assortment of drinks including local wines, a full coffee menu, soft drinks and the cocktail "Le Doyenné". Please click on our sample menu above to give you an idea of our dishes.
As many ingredients as possible are locally sourced and the freshest available from our local and regional markets.
It is generous, creative cuisine. Homemade dishes are carefully prepared in the kitchen with fresh ingredients.
Elegance and taste are the order of the day for each plate: at the Doyenné dishes can also be tasted with the eyes!
If the food is tasty, the dining room is also worth a detour. The restaurant is located in a beautifully restored 13th century house.
Guests enjoy their meal in "the chapel", a superb room with exposed stone walls and centuries-old beams, all nicely decorated in a warm vintage style.
The service does not lack character: it is Jac who takes care of the guests with all the professionalism and cordiality conferred on him by his many years at the service of the EIffel Tower restaurant (Le Jules Vernes) and the most famous cabaret in the world: the Moulin Rouge!