A glass roof bathed in natural light, designed in the tradition of an 18th-century orangery, provides the setting for Château de Berne's gastronomic restaurant. Redesigned in 2010, it is now more spacious, resolutely contemporary and able to seat 60 diners. L'Orangerie's colourful and subtle dishes elaborated using Provencal produce offer an unforgettable dining experience bursting with authenticity, with fabulous fresh vegetables hand-picked from the Château's kitchen garden, the finest meat and fish overflowing with the scents of Provence and delicious local cheeses.
From Mai to October : Open only for dinner.
In March*, April, November* and December*, open every days for lunch and dinner ( Except Sunday evening and Monday )
Annual closing : January and february.
Currently 34 years old, Jérémy Czaplicki left Place Vendôme to set up home in Provence!
Originating from northern France, this young chef started out in 1996 as a commis waiter at the Hôtel Beau Rivage in Pouliguen. But his career really kicked off in Paris, where he worked in a series of Michel star-rated establishments.
Jérémy Czaplicki successively worked the kitchens of La Cantine des Gourmets and Le Scribe, before seconding Jean-François Rouquette at the Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme (Palace distinction) in 2006. After winning its first star in 2008, the Palace's gastronomic restaurant Le Pur, then under the orders of the young cook, swept up 4 chef's hats in the Gault & Millau 2012 guide.