Fine Dining Takeout & Delivery Service

Although we would love nothing more than to serve you in our dining room or on our outdoor terrace, as you know this is currently not permitted by the State of Virginia. We are hopeful that this will change soon, but meanwhile we are starting to offer the best To Go and Delivery options available.
 Many of our normal menu items are available, as well as some family-style items and a full selection from our wine and beer menu (discounted 20% for take-out).
 Our approach is far different from the normal “take out” process, and ensures the highest possible quality of food, served under the strictest possible food safety protocols.
 Food and beverages may be picked up “curbside” or can be delivered within 25 miles of Gordonsville for a modest delivery charge (lower than what your tip would have been).
Everyone deserves a break after a week of home-cooked meals! To order, please call us at 540-832-0130.

Restaurant Rochambeau

Focused on authentic French cuisine, Restaurant Rochambeau features a formal dining room with a working fireplace, outdoor dining on the terrace, a separate bar, and space for private events. We also provide catering services.

Rochambeau partners with local/regional farmers and fishermen, shaping its seasonally-driven menu around the finest natural/organic ingredients. Also, we are currently preparing our own herb and vegetable garden in the courtyard.

Restaurant Rochambeau Pomme GordonsvilleThe restaurant is named in honor of Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau, who was appointed by Louis XVI as leader of the 5,500-person French military force sent to help the American Continentals win independence from British rule. A veteran of a number of sieges in Europe, he provided valuable expertise that helped ensure victory in the Battle of Yorktown in August 1781.

The owners are friends with Rochambeau’s descendants, and have visited the family’s chateau in Thoré-la-Rochette. Five years ago, the Town of Gordonsville became a Sister City with his home town, and (as a tangible sign of our common bond) a portion of the restaurant’s profits go to Les Amis de Rochambeau, a group in France that assists in maintaining Rochambeau’s chateau and keeping his memory alive.