Auberge de Collonges

The Auberge de Collonges is a fairly new restaurant in Collonges Sous Saleve. It opened in November 2012 and is well situated just on the border of Switzerland in France, by the Croix de Rozon border.   This is a modern bistro style restaurant and all the usual Savoyard suspects are on their fairly extensive menu. 

Apart from a plat or formule (3-course lunch) du jour, on the a la carte menu you will also find traditional French dishes including a good selection of various meat and fish dishes. The Auberge de Collonges is a light and airy restaurant with a modern interior. They have fun artwork and huge floor to ceiling opening windows all around the front and sides leading onto an enclosed terrace.  There are a few round tables, which I always think makes for a more sociable seating plan.  The staff are friendly and the service was good. (I’ve been there twice so far).

A good thing to remember is that the Auberge de Collonges restaurant is open 7/7 (closed Sunday evenings) and is very close to the well frequented Collonges Sunday Market! so maybe a good place for a Sunday lunch. Great idea on their website they publicise the plat and formule de jour along with their recommended wines of the moment!

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Auberge de Collonges
Tel: 04 50 95 74 74
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I’ve reviewed another restaurant in Collonges The BCom Brasserie

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One thought on “Auberge de Collonges

  • May 16, 2013 at 9:28 pm
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    Had a wonderful early Mother's Day lunch there! Thanks for the recommendation

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