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nikkib

One night in Dijon

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Was hopingt for a bit of advice please, i will be spending a day in Dijon in a couple of weeks and am looking for somewhere to have lunch. I will be on my own and do not want to spend more than 50 euros ( to include a couple of glasses of wine!) Are any of the 1* restaurants set lunch menus worth doing or am i better with a bib or steering away from michelin altogether? Also - are there any places of interest food related i could visit whilst in dijo - it will be a thursday so will miss the market, many thanks for your help


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Not a suggestion but a second request - we're considering Dijon as a stopover so interested in any dinner recommendations. Similar criteria to Nikkib with a slightly larger budget if necessary given that bargain lunch menus obviously won't be available.

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We had a superb lunch several years ago at Stephane Derbord, a Michelin one-star which offers a 25€ lunch. From the comments on the Michelin web site, I would guess that the quality hasn't slipped.

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Le pre aux clerc in downtown Dijon.Outstanding value for the quality of the food and setting.I had dinner there a few months ago

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