Table d'hôtes: à table

We invite you at the table d'hôtes! The cuisine of the Tarn (and Aveyron) is authentic, generous and elegant. You are very welcome to taste traditional dishes, with a small personal and may be modern touch. Marianne (owner and cook) cooks with local produce from the Tarn and Aveyron, according to the seasons and daily inspirations. She gets her inspiration from her big collection of (more than) 1000 cookbooks. 

So, just to give you an impression ... Marianne does her shopping at the markets of the Tarn. She goes to the market in Carmaux, Monestiés, Cordes sur Ciel, Albi ... Or just at the other side of the Viaur, in the Aveyron (Naucelle and Rodez) or in local shops. The menus will be inspired by produce of the Tarn or produce of the Aveyron.

Do not hesitate to ask Marianne about the origin of the produce or the dishes and everything else you would like to know about the recipes.

Table d'hôtes la Maison de la Souque
Table d'hôtes la Maison de la Souque
wild garlic ravioli
berry tart
salad tomato fig nectarine La Maison de la Souque
Table d'hôtes la Maison de la Souque
aubergines tomates millefeuille La Maison de la Souque
apéritif terrasse table d'hotes
tartes échalotes La Maison de la Souque
mousse au fromage blanc
Table d'hôtes la Maison de la Souque
courgette flowers
cuisine cours de cuisine Tarn Albi
Some examples of dishes that Marianne can cook for you: 

Brandade of stockfish, cheese soup, chestnut soup, bacon pascade, rabbit with pruneaux, leg of lamb, veal stew, roasts from the Big Green Egg and local puddings such as the flaune (the cheesecake of the Aveyron), apple tart or less local but not to miss, like a chocolat or fruit soufflé and a fig tart with figs out of the garden.