Something for everyone
The menu, which boasts produce, meat, and fish sourced in Jura more often than not, and Switzerland always, not to mention fresh bread baked in a wood-fired oven, is made in-house. Start off with a light apple-pear cider aperitif that Gérard brings from his native Normandy. Menus change weekly, and gluten-free, vegetarian meals are available.
Bring your hiking boots
While the food speaks to excellence, Pleujouse is anything but pretentious. Dress is casual, so grab your walking shoes because you won’t want to miss climbing the castle tower for the panoramic view before dinner. This is an unforgettable place to pop the question, in case you’re looking.