Troyes culinary specialties
Halfway between andouille and sausage, andouillette is Troyes' culinary specialty. Its origin goes back to Antiquity when the then Gaulish Troyens, had already acquired the reputation of knowing how to deal with pork. Seasoned with fresh onions, salt and pepper, it can be tasted in one of the many breweries in the city. During your gastronomic stay in Troyes, also enjoy a chaource. This soft cow's milk cheese with a bloomy rind is protected by an AOC. It goes perfectly with a champagne flute or a glass of cider of pays d’Othe, the other local drink, to enjoy with friends in the Lounge of our Kyriad hotel in Troyes. You can also order a selection of Meunier Dishes and enjoy our hearty breakfasts with its all-you-can-eat buffet where you can choose from pastries, bread, fresh fruit, dairy products, frozen yogurt, hot drinks and 100% pure fruit juices.