A place steeped in history
The story of La Roche Le Roy first began in this charming 18th century manor house.
Originally built as a small farm in the 12th century, it extended through years to become the magnificient Tourangeau manor house you see today. Left uncared-for by the prior owners, the manor was bought in 1986 by Mr. Alain Couturier, who undertook significant renovations to restore the manor to its full beauty.
In December 2016, the keys of La Roche Le Roy were entrusted to a new Chef: Mr Maximilien Bridier. His wish is to maintain the traditional character of the restaurant, upon which its reputation is based, while adding his own style of modernity and elegance.
Chef Maximilien Bridier is at the head of the great La Roche Le Roy team. The chef and his staff work on modernizing the French traditional kitchen with taste and elegance.
A creative Chef
At the head of La Roche Le Roy, Maximilien Bridier wants to be at the same rank as the best French gastronomic tables thanks to a precise and delicious cuisine.
A talented sommelier
Talented wine-growers make excellent wines and Stephane Benoit, our sommelier for the past twenty years, works to harmoniously pair them with our cuisine.
A dedicated team
Each moment at La Roche Le Roy is an amazing moment thanks to a professional brigade and a discreet but dedicated service. An experience to live in an exceptional place.