The fine brasserie of Les Secrets Château Pey La Tour
Logis Hotel restaurant with swimming pool and terrace surrounded by vineyards between Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion
Our restaurant, open to all, is a place apart, a parenthesis. Housed in a stone building with exposed beams of the rich past, you will discover a decoration full of elegance, contemporary and vegetal inside.
In fine weather, it is on the beautiful terrace overlooking the vineyard that you will have lunch or dinner, comfortably installed under the protection of the century old cedar park.
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The highlight of your visit to the restaurant will undoubtedly be the discovery of our wine buffet. With 24 references to enjoy by the glass, this new concept will allow you to discover the richness and diversity of the appellations of the Bordeaux vineyards, in total freedom.
Open every day for lunch and dinner, the Fine Brasserie des Secrets Château Pey La Tour is the ideal place for a business lunch, a meal with family or friends, and of course, for your big events: birthday parties, baptisms, weddings, corporate parties, business cocktails ...
Chef Christopher ROUSSEAU
Proposes refined and creative cooking, with fresh good quality seasonal products.
Local producers are favored to contribute to the dynamism of the nearby economic environment. An essential stop in the heart of the vineyards not far from Bordeaux, the Brasserie Fine Les Secrets proposes a real culinary journey combining tradition of cooking and creativity.
Having undertaken his apprenticeship at the Relais Bernard Loiseau, the young chef Christopher ROUSSEAU has, throughout his career, rubbed shoulders with some great names in French cooking such as Arnaud FAYE, Richard PROUTEAU and Patrick BERTRON. These meetings have given him the taste of the great kitchens with one aim, to provoke a taste emotion. Christopher likes to constantly defy himself, to explore new culinary ways and likes to convey these values to the entire team around him.
It gives pride of place to cooking that is both tasty and daring, highlighting local seasonal products..