The gastronomic restaurant, with chef and owner Philippe Stoque at the helm, serves classic, assured French gastronomy with a Provençale twist, featuring fresh vegetables and herbs from the hotel’s bounteous kitchen garden.
Scoring 14/20 in the Gault & Millau guide and three forks in the Guide Michelin, it is a “must-visit” for gourmets visiting the area, with a regularly changing menu serving dishes such as foie gras with green tomato jam with Martinique vanilla and warm brioche, or lamb medallions in a thyme crust with “snake” aubergines and smoked garlic. Local mushrooms and game are served in season. Vegetarians, vegans and diners with allergies are welcomed and a three course gastronomic vegetarian menu is available.
The dining room is a light, elegant space in harmony with the surrounding natural environment and diners can eat on the pretty shaded terrace when the weather permits.
A spectacular wine list puts the excellent local Moselle wines and the wines of Provence in the spotlight, but also boasts a wonderful and comprehensive selection of classic Grands Crus.
The informal and welcoming Tavern serves regional specialities such as Flammekuchen and light bites, including salads, charcuterie and cheese plates and quiches. (Images in slider above.)
Drinks, homemade pastries and ice-cream are served throughout the day.
Continental buffet breakfast is served every day from 8.30h in the Tavern and can be served earlier on request. (Images in slider above.)
Egg dishes can be ordered à la minute at a surcharge.