Claude Peignois has been the bohemian soul of Cœur de la Gaume since 1991. His establishment located along the Arlon-Virton road, in the center of Ethe, is an old building which housed a brewery (Capon) before becoming a relay for postal horses and a farm. The last farm with a horse in the locality, managed by Louis Peignois. The building burned three times, before being reborn each time from its ashes. Claude Peignois bought it in 1987 to set up his restaurant there, which opened after a major transformation project. One of the attractions is the collection of everyday objects from rural Gaum. You can find everything there in a setting bordering on heterogeneous. Even the last gourd of the lumberjack who became famous, Roger Champenois. (text source: JP Monhonval)
Regional dishes are available à la carte all year round, such as touffaye, cabu, labeled pâté gaumais or garnished sauerkraut, all in a warm atmosphere with a monumental open fire.
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