Marlene Dietrich and Spanish opera star Montserrat Caballé are just two of the famous guests who have feasted at this culinary temple, where Chef Marc Haeberlin marries Alsatian cuisine with Asian nuances. The impressive results include salmon soufflé, saddle of Aveyron lamb, and showstoppers like le homard Prince Vladimir (lobster with shallots braised in Champagne and crème fraîche). Japanese-Alsatian flair is particularly apparent in such dishes as entrecôte
of Wagyu beef served with vegetable tempura and a red miso sauce. The kitchen's touch is incredibly light, so you'll have room left for masterful desserts like chestnut mousse with an Eglantine rose coulis.
May 25, 2011
We enjoyed lunch at l'Auberge. We thought it was excellent and would go back again. I had the pigeon and my husband had the veal. We chose from the menu at 99 Euros.