Specialities cooked over a wood fire
The cosy environment of the restaurant with traditional wood features is warmed by a spit for roasting chickens, a house speciality since 1964.
The rustic dining room extends onto a veranda overlooking the kitchen garden of Château de Dully.
The specials menu, while brief, has underpinned the success and renown of the restaurant for several decades: chicken and lamb over a wood fire, crispy rostis, trout meunière, stuffed tomatoesand the indispensable custard tart!
The great success of "tarte à rien"
It is half a century since the Charrières started serving custard tart in their Auberge de Dully. Explaining the myth behind a dessert with a thousand variations :
It's been around a while: in 1958, André and Bernadette Charrière from Fribourg who were then working in Calcutta, bought the Auberge de Dully, a tavern dating from 1840. And, from first opening, Bernadette offered a custard tart as a dessert, made to a recipe from André's mother: in the district of Broye, it was called "tarte à rien" ("nothing tart"), because it was so delicate and caramelised.
Banquet menu on offer
"Menu for 15 persons - and the same menu for all guests!"
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