After many years spent working alongside three-star Michelin chef Jean-Georges Klein, with whom he shares the importance of valuing “flavorful cuisine over complex dishes,” Paul Stradner now presides over the gastronomic prosperity of this prestigious restaurant. Assisted by his team, he prepares intense and highly colorful creative cuisine. By promoting excellence in a simple, sincere manner while paying special tribute to the terroir and the exceptional producers who surround him, he provides the restaurant with even stronger roots all while opening it up to new horizons.
Menus 130-230 EUR s.i. - Carte 95-230 EUR s.i.
terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
Hotel: Tuesday and Wednesday. Restaurant: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday noon.
Silvio Denz, the property’s owner, has transformed this 1920s villa of master glassmaker, René Lalique, into a luxury hotel, adding an ultra-modern annex that houses a gourmet restaurant.
The villa’s transformation has fully preserved the Alsatian house’s unique character. And a glass and steel annex, designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta, has been built next to the villa, housing the restaurant. It uses columns made of characteristic Vosges red sandstone to support the green roof. The restaurant is adorned with Lalique's glass and crystal creations. Guests enjoy fine dining and wines while savoring unobstructed views of the grounds. These have been redesigned by specialist landscapers to preserve the original trees and plants to the maximum extent possible.