The name La Renne derives from a play on words combining La Reine (queen) with the name of the local river, La Renne, a tributary of the river Cher. The inn has been operating for nearly 60 years. It occupies a 1850 cereal mill which once had a waterwheel. It is located at the heart of a tree-filled park, near the river La Renne. The restaurant looks forward to sharing traditional pleasures with you through its dishes which are prepared with local and regional produce.
Spécialités : rillons de porc ; rillettes au lapin ; terrine de gibier maison ; ravioles au chèvre de Selles sur Cher, crème de champignon ; croustillant de chèvre ; sandre au beurre rosé ; tarte tatin.
Ancien moulin du 19e siècle traversé par la Renne, son petit cours d’eau.
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