Relax amidst the vines and indulge in exquisite cuisine at the Michelin-starred Les Belles Perdrix. Situated in the heart of the Château Troplong Mondot vineyard, this restaurant offers a rare and enchanting setting to savour a culinary experience crafted by Chef David Charrier.

Perched atop Saint Émilion’s highest point, Les Belles Perdrix boasts stunning views of the vineyards. The minimalist dining room reflects a dedication to environmental responsibility, echoing the estate’s commitment to biodiversity. Chef Charrier embraces this ethos, crafting wholesome dishes that showcase the finest local produce.

The chef’s creations feature ingredients sourced from the estate and carefully chosen small-scale producers. One remarkable example is a simple bouchot mussel elevated with a delicate seafood jelly infused with saffron, chanterelles, a hint of Mexican tarragon, and a lustrous mouclade sauce—an extraordinary culinary achievement!

The warm and welcoming service enhances the dining experience, while the meticulously curated wine list offers opportunities for affordable indulgence.

Photo by Anne H (Local Guide)

Opening Hours

  • Tuesday: Dinner only from 7:30 pm to 9:15 pm
  • Wednesday, Thursday – Saturday: Lunch from 12:15 pm to 1:45 pm & Dinner from 7:30 pm to 9:15 pm
  • Closed: Monday & Sunday
Facilities & Services
  • Air conditioning
  • Car park
  • Garden or park
  • Great view
  • Interesting wine list
  • Wheelchair access

Les Belles Perdrix is less than an hour’s drive from Parc Saint Vincent.