La Dame d'Aquitaine

23, place Bossuet 21000 Dijon France Map
Average price €40.00
9 /10
473 reviews
371 reviews

About the restaurant La Dame d'Aquitaine

La Dame d’Aquitaine bénéficie d’un cadre exceptionnel. Située dans la crypte voutée de l´hôtel Perreney de Barreul, ce restaurant gastronomique vous ouvre ses portes.

C’est dans cette construction antérieure au XVIIIe siècle que les époux Perriguey vous invitent à découvrir une cuisine bourguignonne aux accents gascons, fine et savoureuse.

Le cadre extraordinaire tout comme les mets que vous y découvrirez font de La Dame d’Aquitaine un établissement à ne manquer sous aucun prétexte.

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)

Drink prices

  • €6.00
    Bottle of mineral water
  • €6.00
    Glass of wine
  • €15.00
    En flaske vin
  • €8.00
    Glass of champagne
  • €28.00
    Bottle of champagne
  • €4.00

Menu prices

  • €37.00
    Set Lunch menu - during the week
  • €37.00
    Set Lunch menu - in the weekend
  • €37.00
    Set Dinner menu - during the week
  • €37.00
    Set Dinner menu - in the weekend
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant La Dame d'Aquitaine

Opening time

Déjeuner : de 12h à 13h30 (sauf dimanche et lundi)
Dîner : de 19h à 22h30 (sauf dimanche); de 17h30 à 22h30 (sauf dimanche en été)

Closing period

Fermeture les midis de mi-juillet à mi-août


  • Check , Credit Card , Mastercard , Ticket restaurant , Visa
  • Privatisable (20 maximum number of guests.)
  • Air conditioned , Can be privatized , English spoken , Pets allowed , Terrace
9 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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Value for price
Noise level
Waiting time
20/473 reviews
Stefany V. Adventurer (1 review) 5 /10
  • Meal date : 20 Jun 2016
We ate here this evening and didn't know that there is a base price of 29 euros per person and then a small supplement for whatever you order which would be fine if you are hungry. We ordered two courses and it took an hour to get our first course and another hour to get our entree. My husband ordered a glass of Champagne and finished it before the first course arrived and the glass sat on the table until we left empty without being asked if he wanted something else to drink with his meal. I wanted to get the beouf bourgignon but our server explained it wasn't ready, indicating that may e it would be ready tomorrow. The food was presented nicely once it finally arrived and the flavours were good as well but if you don't want to spend an evening waiting to be served this is not the place. It is good if you want to spend the entire evening with friends, talking and drinking wine but don't just come here for the food. Pretty room!
Lawrence A. Explorer (4 reviews) 7 /10
  • Meal date : 10 Jun 2016
Unreasonable time between courses. We had only 2 courses in 2 1/2 hours; wanted dessert but didn't want to spend another agonizing hour. They apparently charge 29 euros per person for the service of renting you a chair. That was 87 euro (plus 100 euro for the meal). Almost 200 euros is way too much for 3 people and two courses. A pity, really, since a well paced dinner would have been enjoyable
Jessica G. Adventurer (1 review) 7,5 /10
  • Meal date : 10 Jun 2016
This restaurant is set in a beautiful space. The staff were lovely (all 2 of them) it was ridiculously understaffed given there were at least 16 tables!

The food was good but not phenomenal and was rather overpriced for what is was. We paid 60€ per person for 3 courses and 2 glasses of wine which is similar to what we paid at La Maison des Cariatides which has a Michelin star and was one of my favorite meals of all time (also, there were 6 courses rather than 3).

I suspect the high costs must be due to rent and bills on the beautiful building. A shame there wasnt another waiter!

Overall, I was happy with my meal but wouldnt go back because Dijon is a town of fabulous food and at that price, much better options are available!
Yoshio N. Explorer (2 reviews) 7,5 /10
  • Meal date : 7 Jun 2016
Service is excellent. Very supportive
Michael M. Adventurer (1 review) 7 /10
  • Meal date : 26 Apr 2016
This restaurant has a very unusual pricing policy with a fairly high standing charge (€29) and then a low price for the dishes you order. The overall cost ends up being quite expensive which was fine as it was a special occasion, but we would not use it for an ordinary evening out. We felt that the food, while being good, didn't really justify the price.
Sascha K. Adventurer (1 review) 10 /10
  • Meal date : 26 Mar 2016
Very nice restaurant in a historic location. Friendly and helpful service. High quality meals. Allover really fair prices.
Jamie M. Adventurer (1 review) 8 /10
  • Meal date : 4 Sep 2015
Could not have been more helpful as we were 2 hrs late
Georgina R. Foodie (24 reviews) 9 /10
  • Meal date : 15 Aug 2015
Very good choice of wines at reasonable prices. Service was a little slow, but the food when it arrived was excellent. The restaurant is in an impressive room in a very old building.
Douglas E. Adventurer (1 review) 10 /10
  • Meal date : 29 Jul 2015
Fantastic setting in old 12th century former crypt of church across the street, where the monks stored the good wine!; the food was great, the service superb, highly recommended
Rudi M. Adventurer (1 review) 6 /10
  • Meal date : 24 Jul 2015
Mail Courses are good, but desserts terribly overpriced and no good. Stay away from the desserts and you will leave reasonably satisfied.
Gerald G. Explorer (2 reviews) 9 /10
  • Meal date : 13 Jul 2015
try the Lapin! Food is good but service lags when full as the staff is small. Staff works hard to make it a good experience though. Nice wine list with some reasonable selections.
Esther G. Adventurer (1 review) 8 /10
  • Meal date : 13 Jul 2015
This is a good place, not a knock out but a good place
Nadia B. Adventurer (1 review) 7 /10
  • Meal date : 26 Jun 2015
The dishes were OK, but for the price I would expect something more spectacular, portions were rather on the smaller side, a bit form over the substance. Would not revisit.
Julia O. Explorer (2 reviews) 8,5 /10
  • Meal date : 11 May 2015
This was a great room in an old cellar.
Uri S. Adventurer (1 review) 6,5 /10
  • Meal date : 6 Apr 2015
the service fell very short of our expectations. took too long to even introduce the menues, followed by a huge wait to take the order.
at this point, even if the food is OK, you lose the appetite.
Bert O. Adventurer (1 review) 7,5 /10
  • Meal date : 27 Oct 2014
Good price quality. Extensive wine chart. Water provided at the table had a chloride odeur. Service did not react on dislike of " chevre cheese". Nice atmosphere though.
Gordon L. Adventurer (1 review) 10 /10
  • Meal date : 12 Sep 2014
Absolutely delicious!
David H. Adventurer (1 review) 10 /10
  • Meal date : 16 Aug 2014
This is a delightful setting, an old chapel, for intimate dining. The cooking is of a high standard and, although pricey, the wines are well chosen and served by knowledgable staff. The ambiance and quality of the ingredients made for a memorable dining experience.
Coby N. Adventurer (1 review) 10 /10
  • Meal date : 4 Aug 2014
I dined by myself, had the grand menu, was really delicious. Excellent and friendly service.
Wonderful closure to my holiday.
Ira M. Explorer (2 reviews) 10 /10
  • Meal date : 31 May 2014
Great food from the region. Excellent wine. Friendly service.
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