The atmosphere in La Barbacane is one of charm and elegance – from its beautiful wood panelled interior and stained glass windows to the enchanting view.
La Barbacane offers a wide range of tempting dishes, created with imagination, flair and artistry. Executive Chef, Jérôme Ryon and Pastry Chef, Régis Chanel, put forth a sophisticated and skilful re-thinking of traditional French cuisine while using ingredients of the highest quality.
La Barbacane received its first Michelin star in 2002, and maintains the same level of excellence today. It remains the only Michelin-starred restaurant in the medieval citadel.
From Thursday to Monday
Lunch from 12.30pm to 2pm
Dinner from 7.30pm to 9.30pm
La Barbacane can seat up to 100 guests
New: La Barbacane is open for lunch (12.30pm - 2pm) from Thursdays to Mondays.
The prices and the opening period may be subject to modification
Restaurant guests may park their cars in the public car parks outside the medieval citadel, located approximately 200 m. away.
Chef Jérôme Ryon
As a child, Jérôme used to enjoy hanging out in his grandmother's kitchen to watch her preparing all those local dishes that he just couldn't resist.
Pastry Chef Régis Chanel
Régis Chanel was born into a family of cooks and could never imagine working anywhere else except in a kitchen.
Head Wine Steward Georges Gracia
Our Head Wine Steward, Georges Gracia, would only be too happy to advise you on pairings and share his wide knowledge and immense enthusiasm for wines.