Located on the ground floor of La Maison Aribert, Le Café A is housed in a huge cube bathed in light. Chef Aribert's other signature in his village coffee theme is based on recipes inspired by those of our mothers and grandmothers.
Occupying one of the gables of the former grand-chalet of Uriage-les-Bains, Le Café A is a unifying place.
Built around a generous table d'hôte overlooked by an 80-white opaline chandelier reminiscent of early 20th-century house lamps, the restaurant seats 35, with customers divided between comfortable banquettes, individual tables and a private mezzanine area. The restaurant's roots in the region and its culture have not been forgotten.
By leaving certain traces of the former grand-chalet, the Chef has sought to enhance a strong regional past with a modern touch. Like the imposing wall facing the dining room, which reveals the history of this ancient building, revealing itself to visitors like an open book.
Adapting to the needs and constraints of our customers by offering them suitable formulas is a question of common sense for Le Café A, which adjusts its proposals to the rhythm of the week:
MONDAY TO SATURDAY,
A simple lunch/dinner formula with a dish of the day, inspired by market produce, the vegetable garden, the season and new arrivals.
We offer our customers an exceptional 2-course brunch (11 a.m. and 1:15 p.m.), with an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring a wide variety of sweet and savory dishes and seasonal produce, accompanied by an aperitif, glass of wine, 1/2 bottle of water, coffee, herbal tea or hot chocolate.
Le Café A is transformed into a veritable tea and coffee room, with a menu of selected teas and coffees, herbal infusions from the house garden, fresh juices and homemade cakes.
Adult menu: 37 €.
All year round, daily.