Dijon La Belle Adresse

Reception desk
21, rue Monge - 21000 Dijon
+33 (0)3 80 41 18 33
+33 (0)6 67 54 99 91

By choosing Dijon La Belle Adresse,you clearly enjoy the finer things in life - exceptional experiences, fine dining, and wonderful sights that stay with you forever.


  • There’s no need for a “homemade” sign to realise that this restaurant uses fresh, seasonal produce to prepare itsdishes, which offer a subtle fusion of flavours and inspirations.Booking is recommended, especially at lunchtime, when you almost have to fight for the food prepared by David Zuddas! Bib Gourmand in the Michelin Guide

  • Awarded two stars in the Michelin Guide, William Frachot has put Dijon’s fine dining scene squarely on the map. Frachot’s cuisine gives pride of place to classic Bourgogne dishes, to which he adds his own delicately inventive touch.

  • Synonymous with the very finest cuisine France has to offer, the Loiseau group recently opened this restaurant in Dijon. Already awarded one star in the Michelin Guide, the restaurant also has a wonderfully balanced selection of vintages from Bourgogne and around the world to enjoy by the glass. 

  • Winner of the “Best craftsman of France” title, Fabrice Gillotte was ranked among France’s top twelve chocolate-makers in 2010, and his creations are legendary among the residents of both Dijon and Tokyo, where he also has a store. 

  • When it comes to awards, Isabelle is the second most decorated female florist in France. Although she’s often called away to prepare the floral arrangements for royal weddings or luxury hotels, she likes nothing better than spending time in her shop where she creates bouquets for all occasions. 

  • Marie-Christine Grandperret’s design gallery has breathed new life into the city’s antiques district, and showcases some of the world’s greatest designers. Perfect if you’re looking for that rare or even unique piece for your home. 

  • Mylsand is a luxury fashion outlet created by Blandine Chiffolot, who wanted her store to be as beautiful as her selection of women’s clothes and accessories by top designers  - mission accomplished! Now there’s no need to go to Paris to get the latest designer wear. 

  • Offering 650 sq.m. of premium menswear brands covering a wide range of styles, Frank Berthier is the city’s best store for high-end fashions for men. 

  • Housed in the Palais des ducs et des États de Bourgogne, Dijon’s fine arts museum is one of the oldest in France and has one of the most impressive collections outside Paris. The items displayed in this artfully renovated space include masterpieces from the late Middle Ages acquired by the dukes of Bourgogne. 

  • Set on the cloisters of the Bernardin Monastery, this museum explores the region’s folklore heritage. Great tovisit with the whole family, the museum has a fascinating display of ten Dijon shops as they would have looked at the Belle Epoque. 

  • Explore life on earth and the wonders of the universe by visiting Dijon’s science museum, planetarium and botanical gardens. Recently renovated, the modern displays help visitors make fascinating discoveries and have fun into the bargain. Don’t miss the 360° screenings in the planetarium.

  • If you’re interested in contemporary art, we recommend the following two galleries in Djion: the Consortium, a short walk from place Wilson, is a world-class contemporary art centre that provides a showcase for top names in the world of art, set in a building renovated by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban; the Bains du Nord, close to the market in the city centre, is the permanent exhibition space of Dijon’s art foundation, the Frac Bourgogne. 

  • TDB

    Better known as the Parvis Saint-Jean (after the church in which this theatre is housed), the TDB (Théâtre Dijon Bourgogne) is the Bourgogne National Drama Centre, currently directed by Benoît Lambert. It’s just a short walk from Dijon La Belle Adresse, so it’s an ideal place to spend the evening! 

  • The Opéra de Dijon’s musical, vocal and choreographic productions are performed in two venues - the Auditorium, a fine example of contemporary architecture, and the Grand Théâtre, in the city centre. The Auditorium has one of the best acoustics in Europe

  • Served by the city’s tram network, the Olympic Swimming Pool has a 50-metre main pool and two smaller pools (for warming-up and beginners), and a 20-metre diving pool. Thanks to the building’s large picture windows, the pool is thronging with light, turning an ordinary swim into a thrilling experience.

  • Fifty years ago, canon Kir, Dijon’s illustrious mayor, came up with the rather crazy idea of creating a lake in the centre of the city! Today, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a stroll or swim, and is prized by the city’s residents and visitors in need of a little fresh air.

  • Twenty minutes to the north of Dijon, the Golf de Norges is the region’s most prestigious golf course, with 18 holes surrounded by forestland. It’s extremely popular with players in search of an advanced course in a stunning natural environment. 

  • The scene of some of the world’s greatest Formula 1 victories by Jabouille, Prost and Lauda, the Dijon-Prenois circuit plays host to legendary racing events including the Grand Prix historique de Bourgogne and the Grand Prix de l'Âge d’Or, plus national trials - Super Série FFSA and the Championnat Suisse - and motorcycle racing.