We ate here with our small children. Athmosphere and staff are great. We took typical area menu. For the main course choose the fish, another isn't at the same level at all. Desserts were too big and bit lame.
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A lovely location with large glass doors opening onto the quaint street. An interesting menu serving excellent quality dishes at moderate prices. Excellent service and stylish surroundings- a modern take on the all too ubiquitous Alsatian brasserie. A refreshing and imaginative place.
Just has an amazing 3 night stay at La Chambard. We stayed in the Junior suite Manon (named after one of Chef Nasti's daughters.) The view was just perfect. Looking up to the hillside vineyards and the stone tower. The bed was one of the...More
We spent three days at Chambard in Kaysersberg and from our arrival, it was a wonderful experience on all fronts. We were greeted warmly upon reception by Margaux and shown to our room by Leopold (his first day on the job), who provided us with...More
The food was delicious. The service was not good at all. The waiting times were very problematic especially as we were there with kids. The main service lady was cold and forgot a salad. She did not apologize but let us repeat our main dishes....More
We had a lovely morel mushroom dish here, fantastic. The staff are very nice, efficient. It is a very nice cozy dining room. Lovely bread! The desserts were huge and delicious. Good value for money.
Ordenary food Ordenary Wine Ordenary service Ordenary prices So all In all An Ordenary experience. One thing allthough is that the restaurant shares kitchen with the 2 star Michelin restaurant Restaurant Chambard. We did not find any evidence for that. In a few days I...More
arrived quite late on a Friday evening and we were served quickly with some traditional alsacian dishes, which were a real treat. service is a bit erratic but food compensates that largely.
Fırst impression was : Before out visit we wanted to book a table by mail but they didnt reply. Waiters are not well trained they dont know how to serve . Salt and pepper was like a dinner on a highway not a relais-chateaux standard!!!...More
the restaurant is quite busy, so be sure to book in advance. It is located in a charming hotel and shares the kitchen with a 2-star michelin restaurant in the same location, for a fraction of the price. Quite cozy and inviting atmosphere, possibly the...More