New French-Portuguese restaurant and change of ownership in Torréfaction d’Auron … There is something new in Bourges

At 81 Route de Méry-ès-Bois, since 4 July, L’Eau à la bouche has resumed its original name, Le Petit Clos, with José Dos Santos at the helm. The panels have been renovated, the toilets have been rebuilt, and the floor should host symposia and festive events from September. The restaurant is open for lunch with a business menu at €14 from Monday to Friday and French-Portuguese cuisine on Saturday and Sunday.

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Doron Street

At Torréfaction d’Auron, Sylvie Lebeau succeeded Chantal Bourgoin who has run the shop for 16 years, including 5 at number 75, formerly Jouéclub. Working in the coffee shop is the next logical step for Sylvie Lippo who has run Auron Bar for nearly 7 years. I bought the box and the walls. Impressed by this new challenge, she also learned to roast and earned her degree at Café Mokxa in Lyon.

From the storefront to the tasting area, Sylvie Lebeau has revamped the boutique and created a cozy world that combines black and wood. Perpetuating what makes the brand, tea and coffee a success…, it develops everything related to chocolate, cakes and regional products from here and elsewhere. Sylvie Lippo is well surrounded as she has kept the original team of Melissa, Sabrina, and Isabel.

75 Doron Street. Such as. Open Monday from 2 pm to 7 pm, and Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am to 7 pm.

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