Fri. Dec 6th, 2019

Discover the Burgundy gastronomy, within the Najeti Hotel de la Poste & the Moutarde Fallot in Beaune

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In the center of Beaune and just 500 meters from the famous Hospices de Beaune, the Hotel Najeti La Poste is a place of rest and for all visitors wishing to learn more about the history of this part of Burgundy and so s to impregnate one’s culture.

Indeed, former coaching station, on the foundations of a previous inn of the Golden Tree, created at the end of the seventeenth century and of which there remains only a sign in gilded iron, in the collections of the Museum the fine Arts.

The Najeti Hotel de la Poste has 36 rooms including 4 suites to rest in a soothing atmosphere whether you are on a business trip, a tourist trip or a seminar in Beaune.

Each room has all the necessary equipment.

Open every day, the hotel bar welcomes you in its cozy lounges, clad in splendid woodwork and preserved decoration, testifying to a certain bygone era whose charm continues to operate.

An Art-Déco atmosphere perfectly adapted to enjoy a moment with friends, accompanied by regional wines, coming from the hotel’s cellar but also other prestigious alcohols. You could discover some nice surprises like the sparkling aligoté wine and rather confidential Ali Boit Boit, developed by Agnès Paquet.

Ideal to practice his talent on the pool table and eventually take part in listening to a pianist passage.

To extend your evening, let yourself be tempted by the traditional cuisine of the restaurant Le Relais. In a refined decor, spacious and sifted with white, this property offers a Burgundy menu, worked by a team of enthusiasts who strive to make it evolve every 3 months.

Thus in order to perpetuate the gastronomic tradition of the place initiated by the Restaurant of the former Hotel Najeti de La Poste, a Michelin star managed by Marc Chevillot from 1991 to 2005.

A good opportunity of cellar with its many references will bring satisfaction to the wine amateurs who will be able to be advised the best wines to accompany their dishes.

When the weather is fine, enjoy your meal on the terrace in the calm of the inner courtyard.

The restaurant is closed:

Tuesday and Wednesday from December 1st to February 28th

Tuesday from March 1st to November 30th

For lunch the restaurant is open upon prior reservation and for a minimum of 10 guests.


Adorned by a Napoleonic facade of 1840, the oldest Burgundy Mustard factory, the Moutarderie Fallot still stands in the same original place…  Nowadays, the Desarmenien family runs the affair that started in the middle of the 19th Century while bein
A raw material 100% Burgundy with seeds grouped by the Cooperative, which returns to the front of the stage in the 60s. In order to promote its traditional know-how to visitors, willing to discover the tasty world of mustard, La Moutarderie Fallot has opened a museum space with two initiation paths proposed. This, in addition to two workshops (Beaune and Dijon) were also born with a tasting bar totally dedicated to the various mustard flavors developed by the manufacture. 

La Moutarderie Fallot, the first French museum dedicated to mustard, invites you to discover this legendary condiment, thanks to a real initiatory journey. A playful and interactive circuit in a timeless and olfactory atmosphere like no other, the Parcours Découvertes takes the visitor through the centuries to remind him of the gestures and traditions related to mustard and its history.

The ancient tools and materials are staged and enhanced by a harmonious play of lights and sounds, thus plunging the visitor into the surprising world of mustard to reveal a large part of the secrets of manufacture. All senses awakened, everyone can learn new and exciting pleasures ranging from making to tasting mustards, and even test their knowledge!


Building on the success of its museum space, the Moutarderie Fallot decided to open its current production site to the public!

Thanks to a revolutionary staging and the use of visual, sound and sensory means very sophisticated, you will finally discover live all the stages of the transformation of the mustard seed: from the storage silo to the packaging of the final product.

If the Moutarderie Fallot knew how to preserve the traditional and ancestral method of manufacture, the grinding of the seeds with the stone millstone, it is today proud to invite you to discover new experiences and sensations unpublished thanks to this new course worthy of 21st century!

A production that is exported to 70 countries around the world, concentrated in a single site located in Beaune.

A work done only with the stone wheel, an ancient technique that allows to produce well.
A visit that begins in one of the cellars of the foundations, dating from the late nineteenth century.
Originally the mustard ingredients came from Burgundy. A tradition that is perpetuated for the current mustard of Burgundy is labeled IGP following three criteria thanks to the location of manufacturing in Burgundy, mustard seeds in Burgundy and white aligoté wine also from Burgundy.

There are 40 varieties of mustard seed, but Mustard uses only brown seeds.
A visit to this museum that brings together around 50,000 visitors a year and on the principle of an intimate journey through the premises of the factory.
There is the production site with two large stone wheels, weighing 900kg bathed in water and two smaller ones …
There are 3 bases of mustards and 30 flavored, for an export figure of more than 50% including many partnerships with chefs like Loiseau, Galeries Lafayette and Air France, to only count them.

Individual visits take place at fixed times per group of up to 25 people.
Group visits are possible every day on booking.

Price of the visits:
Individuals: 10 € per person
8 € (for children from 10 to 18 years old)
Free for children under 10 years old
Groups: package 240 € (up to 60 people)

Consult our opening hours:
Schedules individual visits | Group visits
31 rue du Faubourg Bretonnière in Beaune
The Mustarderie Fallot
Such. 03 80 22 10 10





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