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Gourmet restaurant

A symphony of taste in Royat

Step through the door, you’ll feel it at once: the warmth, the character, a way of life which combines the charms of the past with contemporary design. The magnificent, turn-of-the-century conservatory, the listed restaurant room with its wonderful mouldings and stained glass windows... the décor sets the tone for the perfect gourmet experience. 

Christine and Laurent Jury and their team wish you a warm welcome!

Service: from 12 noon to 1.30pm and 7.30pm to 9pm
Closed: Sunday evenings to Tuesday lunchtimes inclusive open on Saturday lunchtimes

To book, call: +33 (0)4 73 35 80 17


Lunch menus

Make the most of the exceptional surroundings of La Belle Meunière to treat yourself to a great value lunch menu in the turn-of-the-century conservatory (Tuesday to Friday lunch and dinner).
We offer the "Bistrot" formula, which can be changed at 25 euros with starter, main course and dessert. The menu changes every week and all dishes are signed by the chef Laurent Jury.

Service: from 12 noon to 1.30pm
Open: Tuesday to Friday lunch and dinner

To book, call: +33 (0)4 73 35 80 17

An exceptional wine cellar

A moment to share at La Belle Meunière

Our wine cellar is well-stocked, to find the ideal wine to go with your meal. With a generous list of Grand Cru wines, it also offers a wide selection of wines from all across France. Our sommelier is on hand to help you make a perfect choice.

La Belle Meunière also offers an exceptional pick of spirits from Japan (Whisky, Gin, etc.) in a nod to the chef’s passion for the Land of the Rising Sun, as well as impressive collections of Armagnac,  Cognac and Banyuls.

Our references

Key stages in Laurent Jury’s journey

Since 2015, chef Laurent Jury has been part of the Équipe de France de la Gastronomie et des Maîtres du Service (a national trade association for the top chefs and maître d'hôtels in France). He is also an affiliate of the Académie Nationale de Cuisine (National Academy of Cuisine).

Winner of the “Grand Marnier” Trophy in 1983, he was declared Best Young Chef for the Île-de-France region. After opening La Bergerie de Sarpoil in Saint-Jean-en-Val, the Michelin Guide awarded him a Bib Gourmand in 1992, the Gault & Millau guide gave him two Toques and 15/20 in 1993 and two Toques and 16/20 in 1995 before naming him the Gault & Millau “Revelation - a Future Great” for the Auvergne region. In 2010, as chef for La Belle Meunière, the Gault & Millau awarded him three Toques.
He currently has two Toques in the Gault & Millau and a mark of 14/20.