After six years of closure, the communal inn of Saint-Clément has just reopened. Coming from the Var, the chef will put some sunshine on the plates in the land of the wind with La Table d’Eole.
The view is sublime, the panorama prodigious. With 40 seats in the dining room and as many seats on the terrace, the restaurant in Saint-Clément, in the Ardèche, a village very close to Haute-Loire, 5 km from Fay-sur-Lignon, is an address that is likely to be shared by epicureans.
At its head, we find Zsolt Turo. Born in Budapest, Hungary, he arrived in France in 1986 and lived for thirty years in Hyères where he held several businesses by the sea.
A southern accent and local recipes
Wanting a change of scenery, he followed the advice of a friend living in Chaniac to seize the opportunity to go from the Mistral to the burle. His friend Serge Mignon followed him in this new adventure and takes care of serving the guests.
Zsolt Turo’s cuisine breathes the sun with peppers, tomatoes, aubergines, fish soups, without ignoring traditional local recipes from Ardèche and Haute-Loire, such as the essentials abomasum.
La Table d’Eole is open 7 days a week, lunch and dinner (late service possible). You have the choice between a menu of the day at 14 € and starters and à la carte dishes.
Telephone: 04 75 67 08 19