Le Pont de l’Ouysse for winter on the 6th November. Our gift coupons remain to help you wait until our reopening in the beginning of April 2023…

Gourmet Restaurant

A magical place, combining authenticity and refinement

At the foothills of the Château de Belcastel, Le Pont de l’Ouysse lies peacefully on the banks of the Ouysse stream, nicknamed the « Emerald River ».

According to many of our guests, the setting is “simply magic”. The restaurant has been run by the same family since 1884 with traditional recipes passed on from generation to generation.

In an authentic yet elegant atmosphere, the restaurant serves both lunch and dinner either in the dining-room with views over nature or outside on the large shady terrace.

We also organise professional seminars, special events such as family gatherings, birthday and Christening lunches. We host weddings with exclusive private use of the whole hotel and restaurant. Please contact us for details and a quote.

Accessible for disabled people. Pets are welcome.


 

 

 

The restaurant is opened from Tuesday night to Sunday night

The restaurant is open for lunch from Thursday to Sunday, from 12:30 to 13:30. For dinner, the service is provided from Tuesday to Sunday, from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Your hosts

At your service


 

Chef Stéphane Chambon

Representing the fifth generation at the helm of the kitchen, Stéphane Chambon is the eldest of the two brothers. Cooking came naturally to him early in life.

Before taking over the family restaurant, he left to explore the world and learnt about exotic flavours, starting at the Intercontinental in London, then Manilla, Bangkok, Amman and Dubai. His cuisine reflects these international influences. Both inspired by his roots and his desire to innovate, Stéphane Chambon creates highly refined and tasty dishes with seasonal produce.

 

Mathieu Chambon at your service

Also representing the fifth generation of this family business, Mathieu Chambon is in charge of reception, ensuring a high-quality service to all guests at Le Pont de l’Ouysse.

Keen to work within the catering industry, Mathieu set off to Ireland then Singapore for six years, becoming Maître D’ at the mythical Raffles hotel and learning about the fine art of sommellerie. Before returning to his homeland, he worked as Catering Manager at the Millenium & Copthorme hotel chain.

Mathieu is always on site at Le Pont de l’Ouysse to ensure you experience the most comfortable and memorable stay.

Menu carte de l’Ouysse



Les Entrées

Grand carpaccio de canard

Vinaigrette à l’huile de noix, truffe de Bourgogne, sauce du grand-père Maury

26€

Foie gras de canard

Bouillon de volaille au parfum de champignons et gingembre, pak choy et chayottes

30€

Homard bleu vivement sauté

Mijotée de légumes, champignons du pays et un bon jus mousseux de tomates au safran du Quercy

Demi 38€
Entier 65€

 

Les Plats

Pigeon ramier en deux cuissons

Les filets rôtis et les cuisses en salmis, crème de pommes de terre

36€

Carré de porcelet cuit tout doucement

Mousseline de carottes des sables, oignons nouveaux caramélisés, peu de cochon soufflée, un bon jus au vinaigre de érès

32€

Liève à la royale

Risotto de châtaignes

64€

 

Les Desserts

Tarte citron Kalamansi

Feuillantine pralinée, gelée limoncello et sorbet basilic

17€

Sphère chocolat

Crémeux caramel, streusel amande, pommes flambées au Calvados et coing confit, glace vanille sauce chocolat Caraïbes

17€

Millefeuille

Caramélisé au chocolat et crème légère à la vanille

17€

Biscuit moelleux

À la farine de maïs, crème légère au potimarron, glace popcorn

17€

Spécialités Daniel & Stéphane Chambon

Foie de canard Bonne Maman

Pour deux personnes (15 minutes de préparation)

68€

Pied de porc truffé

Crème de pommes de terre

48€

Queues de langoustines rôties

Pommes de terre écrasées à la fourchette, émincé de truffes mélano, jus de déglaçage

78€

Les Fromages

Cocotte de Rocamadour

De chez Chambon, au mascarpone et noix

14€

Cocotte de Rocamadour

De chez Chambon, au mascarpone et truffes

20€

 

 

Toutes nos viandes sont d’origine Française