Our gastronomic Table
AN INNOVATIVE AND ORIGINAL KITCHEN IN A VINTAGE SETTING
Quentin Defert, Chef de la Table of Maison Zugno is a native of Jura.
Arrived in our House at the age of 21, this young self-taught pastry chef offers passionate cuisine based on fresh products, giving pride of place to local products that he particularly likes.
As for the Maîtres de Maison, they surround him in this great adventure, Nicolas in the kitchen and Laurence in the service with Thibaut.
Also discover our charming hotel in the heart of the Jura
THE TABLE AT MAISON ZUGNO
Made up of two rooms, our restaurant offers an authentic experience.Light stone walls, walnut tables, solid wood parquet floors….All together soothing and harmonious
Opening hours from September to June :
- Lunch: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 1.30pm
- Dinner: Tuesday to Saturday evening inclusive from 7pm to 8.30 pm
Opening hours July - August :
- Lunch: Saturday from 12pm to 1.30pm
- Dinner: Tuesday to Sunday evening from 7pm to 8.30 pm
Our restaurant is accessible to people with mobility difficulties.
About the cooking
Take the time to admire what is on your plate.
We are passionate about how we present your food.
It is good wholesome food and delicious. Our products are locally sourced, seasonal, cooked with passion and respect … cheeses, river fish, game, fruits…
A festival of flavors which put taste and freshness side by side.
Our Bar in 5 minutes from Poligny
Enjoy our cozy bar and the lounge next to it. Wood - dark for the bar, solid wood parquet floor and open beams - an open fire, comfortable Chesterfield sofas, colorful velvet armchairs - an echo our bedrooms, all working towards unwinding and relaxing.
We live well here!
Warm drinks are available to you all day long, just what you need after a day out discovering the area - fruit juices, homemade lemonades with unusual flavors such as cherry and plum….
Fancy something to eat?
Succumb to our plates of local cheese, paired with local wines. A simple but tasty choice
The bar is open every day from 11 o'clock in the morning to ten thirty at night.