The Restaurant


Executive Chef: Adrien Brunet
Head sommelier : François Le Boulanger

Breakfast from 7 :00am to 10 :00am
Lunch from 12 :30pm to 2 :00pm
Dinner from 7 :30pm to 9 :45pm
Brunch on Sundays from 12 :00pm to 4 :00pm

Check our Menu of the week and the Dinner Menu

The Thiers Foundation might have left, but the wondrous charm of its dining room with its painted ceiling and crystal chandeliers remains. It offers members a warm and refined setting to taste the gourmet cuisine of the Chef, Adrien Brunet.

Since November 2018, Adrien heads the cuisines of the Saint James Club, with their red & gold stove. He replaces Jean-Luc Rocha with whom he has been working closely since 2012, first in Cordeillan Bages, then in our petit chateau.

Alongside his mentor, he learned that “nothing is impossible”, discovered the delicate association of flavours and textures, perfected his cuts and trained his technique. He understood that to belnd the flavours, an organic, almost chemical knowledge of the products is fundamental.

“The essence of a receipe is not to transform the product but to accompany it and to sublime it in its original flavor.”

Adrien has surrounded himself with passionate artisans and with them he works for a responsible cuisine, in line with the Relais & Châteaux Manifesto and the charter on the preservation of biodiversity and natural resources. He also works with Andy our gardener to supply to his needs of aromatic herbs, flowers and berries, thus making our garden as useful as it is pretty.

His compositions are tasted and analyzed with François Le Boulanger, our Head sommelier, to create the perfect pairings.

The Library Bar


Once the study of the Foundation, it still contains thousands of old volumes and an atmosphere of intellect and peace. Discover the personalized cocktails coming straight from the imagination of our Head bartender Gaël Brissiaud and enjoy a light meal.

Every day from  8.30pm to 1.00am

The Terrace


As soon as the weather allows, enjoy your meal or drinks on the 300-square-meter terrace with its surprising balloon-shaped arbors amid botanical-themed furniture in painted metal.