Fodor's Expert Review Parapluie
Dijon's restaurant scene is dynamic, a fact showcased by this restaurant headed by upstart chef Chern Hwei Gan, which serves inventive dishes influenced by local produce and the chef's Malaysian origins. At lunch, you can choose between the fixed-price 2 or 3-course lunchtime menus, and in the evening, there's a fixed-price 5-course menu, with an additional option of a wine pairing. This neo-bistro comes with a pocket-sized dining area and street-side terrace. Popular with locals, reservations are a must.
74 rue Monge
Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 21000, France
- Constantly changing menus
- Central location a few steps from the lively Place Emile Zola
- Very popular so reservations are a must