Ah, how the hours are light in this place that goes over water.
A young woman, Carole, the daughter of Chabran, is the steerswoman of the Quai, a brasserie moored in the Rhône at Tain l’Hermitage, between the famous vineyard and Tournon, the Athens of the Vivarois.
The modern-style dining room with it’s projecting terrace looks like, thanks to a bit of imagination, in the bow of a boat cleaving the waters of the river.
Naturally, on sunny days the tables crowd in front of the railing. So, this unique show, makes dream, and we can taste even better regional products served here in the fresh air.
A slightly more contemporary cuisine, which deliciously blends the best of this valley, half-Provencal and half Dauphinois, a cuisine, which draws its inspiration and its authenticity from the regional products and the new flavors.
The last of the Chabran restaurants, this is the third typical Rhône Valley establishment of Michel Chabran, combining the conviviality of a brasserie with the modern character of today’s restaurants.