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Table d"hôtes in Sologne

Table d'hôtes

In the central region of France, Sologne used to be a wetland. The swamps were cleared during the late medieval period, lakes were set up, oaks and beech trees were planted and it was eventually turned into hunting grounds for the kings.


Nowadays, in Sologne, mushrooms, game and fish became integral components of the local cuisine. Goat cheese proudly sits on every plate at the end of every meal. Large white asparagus swarm the market stands during the spring.


The Tatin sisters have left to Lamotte-Beuvron an internationnaly renown recipe that has now variants with every fruit imaginable and even some vegetables. Enjoy the local mushroom, eel or game recipes!

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