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The restaurant at Cheval Blanc is located in a small village in Sundgau, south ofAlsace, 30 km from Mulhouse, Belfort, Basel and at the foot of the Swiss Jura. 

We accommodate 130 seats spread over our 4 rooms and 45 seats on the terrace. Our terrace is covered and heated ! 

We propose careful cuisine combining tradition and modernity in a warm and friendly setting

To accompany our dishes, we have a cellar of more than 700 wine references, from French vineyards with great discoveries to make.

 
Feldbach
 
Chatchai Klanklong, after having worked in major French and Swiss starred houses, offers with his brother Kriangkai and his mother Khai, a renewed traditional cuisine.

Discover gourmet Thai cuisine, full of colors, flavors and tastes sublimated by the Klanklong family.

At the table it is an explosion of flavors and freshness, the tastes are present without being ostensibly powerful.

The strength of the seasonings is mastered to seduce French palates, innovating in associations, magnifying the vintage, spices and Thai condiments.

 

Altkirch
 
10 minutes from Dannemarie and Belfort, at the gates of Sundgau, Monsieur and Madame Berger invite you to the heart of the charming little village of Montreux-Jeune to discover their friendly restaurant "Aux Trois Fleurs".
As a member of the Routes de la Carpe Frite association, you will also taste other Alsatian specialties.
Meeting room, 3 air-conditioned restaurant rooms, parking, closed courtyard, terrace, caterer and organization of banquets.
 A warm atmosphere, refined and generous cuisine and a very pleasant setting await you in the three dining rooms.

The rustic style of the Restaurant, the exposed beams, the lighting, the flowers ... the warm atmosphere that reigns there, everything will charm you. 
On the walls, a permanent exhibition of watercolors by the famous Alsatian painter M. Geiss. In the kitchen, Mr. Berger, the chef, offers traditional cuisine with regional specialties. He will help you discover and appreciate the many treasures found in our region, according to the "house" recipes.
 




 
Young Montreux

Located in the Sundgauvian countryside, in the south of Alsace, the hotel-restaurant Le Petit Kohlberg is a family establishment, with a warm and professional welcome. It is nestled in lush greenery, 700 m above sea level and offers a magnificent view of the Swiss Jura. It is 30 minutes from Euroairport Basel-Mulhouse and only a few minutes from the Swiss border.

Nature lovers will appreciate the many possibilities for hiking and mountain biking and can then enjoy a good meal in the wooded restaurant, which offers traditional and regional cuisine, with, of course, fried carp, a local specialty!

Lucelle

 

Located in the heart of the city, at the foot of the church and the medieval city and close to the Fire Brigade Museum, the Hotel and its terrace are among the most flowery in Alsace. Shops and car parks in the immediate vicinity. The hotel offers 8 single, double, triple and one quadruple rooms. The restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Ferrette
 

A bright and contemporary setting, warm red tones with nature inviting itself to the window ...

Chef Jean-Bernard Hermann and his team offer you fine, creative cuisine, inspired by traditions and seasons, which offers the best of the land: fresh game, fish, mushrooms, fruit ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Altkirch
Located in the heart of Sundgau, this family inn has kept the good side of village houses that know how to welcome and pamper their guests.
Hirsingue

 In the south of Alsace, the most relaxing of sites, the very authentic and bucolic Sundgau seduced by its rolling hills, its opulent beech groves, its calm villages with farms adorned with geraniums, its ponds where the monks of Lucelle raised carp. from the XNUMXth century.

The very welcoming Auberge du Cheval Blanc invites you to its renowned restaurant where the culinary art is cultivated in the pure Alsatian traditions.
She will receive you in a superb room where the warmth of the decor invites you to the pleasure of the table. For group meetings or seminars, the Cheval Blanc offers you a specially equipped room, a little away from the restaurant where you can meet in the soothing calm of the "countryside".


The Schlienger family has welcomed you for three generations, with the art of a long-developed culinary tradition, where the best wines from a cellar of the best chosen will satisfy the most demanding palates. 

Well integrated into the generous nature of an English park, the Cheval Blanc offers lunch or dinner in the middle of a rich and soothing nature.

For guests who don't want to hit the road after a good meal, the Cheval Blanc offers them the opportunity to spend a pleasant night in comfortable rooms.

Organization of seminars and other events, take-away products (see the entire offer on the website).

The Chef also provides cooking lessons.

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https://www.auchevalblanc.fr

Diefmatten
Ideally located at the entrance to the Doller Valley, this charming restaurant offers traditional dishes and recipes with mischievous flavors for which it is renowned. Behind the restaurant a beautiful terrace with a view of the garden.
Burnhaupt the High
Tradition, a touch of innovation and a real passion: this is the recipe for a menu with seasonal flavors in the range of market products, favoring local asparagus, foie gras, picking mushrooms, game, the variety of fish according to the market and the essential châteaubriand ... which makes the reputation of the house beyond borders.
In the shade of the summer garden, open on the vegetable patch, the Lion d'Or welcomes you in a warm atmosphere with its large modular banquet hall with a capacity of 100 seats!
It is the ideal place to celebrate exceptional events such as: communions, baptisms, weddings and big birthdays with a new menu formula to compose.
Rosenau
 

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