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Fodor's France 2014
L'Auberge de L'Ill
L'Auberge de L'Ill Review
England's late Queen Mother, Marlene Dietrich, and Montserrat Caballé are just a few of the famous who have feasted at this culinary temple, where chef Marc Haeberlin marries Alsatian cuisine with Asian nuances (there's a second Auberge de l'Ill in Japan). The results are impressive: salmon soufflé, saddle of Aveyron lamb, and showstoppers like le homard Prince Vladimir, lobster with shallots braised in Champagne and crème fraîche. Germanic-Alsatian flair is particularly apparent in such dishes as the truffled baeckeoffe, a casserole-terrine of lamb and pork with leeks. The kitchen's touch is incredibly light, so you'll have room left to try master desserts like Mirabelle plums poached in Sauternes with a frothy bergamot sauce.
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