René Bérard’s Hostellerie Berard & Spa Hotel

At the Hostellerie Bérard & Spa hotel, located in La Cadière d'Azur, a charming little village in the Var, the restaurant is headed by the Michelin-starred chef René Bérard and his son Jean-François, and aims to be traditional, Provencal and elegant all at once! Located in a sumptuous setting, the establishment offers gourmet meals and cooking classes.
By Justine Fiordelli

Passionate about cooking from childhood, René Bérard gives pride of place to his talents as a chef in his hotel in La Cadière d'Azur, an establishment he’s been running with his family since 1969 and where he offers his guests a getaway devoted to the Provencal way of life. In the kitchen, fresh produce, fruit and vegetables from his garden and Provençal condiments find their way to the table by way of recipes prepared with love and skill.

Provençal stuffed vegetables, black olive tapenade, “real” tomato sauce, garlic mashed potato: René Bérard and his son Jean-François create a tasty and interesting Mediterranean cuisine. Their goal is to innovate in terms of presentation and give precedence to flavor while taking care not to adulterate the produce.

If gourmets like to hide out here in search of new flavors, cooking enthusiasts also come to the Hostellerie to take Provençal cooking classes taught by the chef René Bérard in person. He offers practical workshops to his guests, that he runs with art and passion, in the Bastide des Saveurs, located just 3km away from the restaurant.

Hostellerie Berard & Spa
6 Rue Gabriel Peri
83740 Cadière d’Azur
Tel: +33 (0)4 94 90 11 43
www.hotel-berard.com
René Bérard’s Hostellerie Berard & Spa Hotel
René Bérard’s Hostellerie Berard & Spa Hotel
A sumptuous setting
Photography José Nicolas
René Bérard’s Hostellerie Berard & Spa Hotel
René Bérard’s Hostellerie Berard & Spa Hotel
The Chef René Bérard cooks recipes with passion and expertise.
Photography José Nicolas
René Bérard’s Hostellerie Berard & Spa Hotel
René Bérard’s Hostellerie Berard & Spa Hotel

The Bastide des Saveurs, overview of the kitchen

Photography José Nicolas

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