Le gargouillou de jeunes légumes imaginé par Sébastien et Michel Bras, Aveyron © M. Bras
Le gargouillou de jeunes légumes imaginé par Sébastien et Michel Bras

Top 12 Aubrac
Restaurants

Michel Lefebvre - La Carderie

St-Chély-d'Aubrac

La Carderie, B&B and Table d'Hôtes. The guesthouse is located 50 meters away from "Le Pont des Pélerins" ('The Pilgrims' Bridge'), on the Way of St. James.

Brasserie-bar Relais St Jacques

St-Chély-d'Aubrac

Bar Brasserie with a warm welcome. Daily menu, card, breakfast. Terrace.

Gilles Moreau restaurant

Laguiole

Situated in the heart of the village of Laguiole and on the doorstep of the Aubrac, the hotel offers an opening into a charming landscaped garden in exceptional calm. A serene holiday stay.

Coopérative Fromagère Jeune Montagne

Laguiole

Discover the secrets of Laguiole cheese and Aubrac Aligot

L'Auberge du Taureau

Laguiole

The Auberge du Taureau proposes you a local cooking, fresh products and of season, moderate prices.

La-Ba Restaurant

Laguiole

Restaurant with menu with current tastes which changes according to markets.

Restaurant Buron de la Sistre

St-Chély-d'Aubrac

Buron de la Sistre you'll know conviviality, authenticity and good-safe the quality of the server products.

Buron de Camejane

St-Chély-d'Aubrac

Le Comptoir

Laguiole

Le Comptoir, the bar, restaurant, pizzeria, situated in the "Faubourg" district welcomes you every day (except Monday, on low season Tuesday and Tuesday in July-August). Decoration and warm atmosphere.

Magasin de l'Abbaye de Bonneval

Le Cayrol

Notre-Dame de Bonneval is a Cistercian abbey in Rouergue, they installed the chocolate factory in 1878, and have been producing the "Chocolats de Bonneval" since. The chocolates of the Abbaye de Bonneval are renowned for the quality of the products used, the careful production and that unique taste that you will appreciate when you sample each product in the range and that has grown over the years.

Abbaye de Bonneval

Le Cayrol

The abbey of Bonneval, from the 12th century, was initially a monastery of the Cistercian order, then aboned in the revolution, the ruins were rebuil in 1875 by a community of Trappistines. The nuns lived from their manual work, and made excellent chocolate: the famous chocolate of Bonneval.

Auberge du Combaïre

Laguiole

A small inn...

Buron des Bouals

St-Chély-d'Aubrac

Traditional aligot in this buron with fantastic view over the Aubrac village.

L'âme gourmande

Laguiole

Restaurant of regional gastronomy open every evening. Games child for the tranquillity of the parents.

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