The brainchild of chef Christophe Bernard, La Grillade Gourmande offers a fabulous experience of French-style grilled meat. Chic and charming with a tinge of sophistication, its exquisite decor and warm atmosphere makes it perfect for a family meal or a formal luncheon. Seat yourself, place your order and brace yourself, as the first bite of your meal is certain to send your taste-buds into a tingling frenzy. Complement your meal with a fine glass of wine, and if you aren't which one would be best suited, the sommelier is more than happy to give you a helping hand.
Au 36 is the place to be for a one-of-a-kind wining and dining experience with friends and family. Cozy, intimate and packed with excitement, the mood in here is perfect for a casual meal and a round of drinks. Boasting an impressive collection of some of the finest local wines and champagne, along with selection of wines from around the world, you are certain to find the right drink at this place. Seat yourself at its charming interiors, or if the weather permits, you could enjoy a fine glass of wine in the warm Hautvillers sun, at the garden, or the terrace.
le Theatre is one of those restaurants, where you walk in knowing what to expect, and it still manages to surprise you. Chic, sophisticated and charming yet filled with a buzz of excitement, this is the perfect setting for a formal, intimate meal. Featuring a blend of classic and modern French delicacies, the food is crafted to suit the modern palate. From the scrumptious Filet de daurade and Coquilles St-Jaques, to the classic Foie gras and Mignons de Porc, everything on the menu guarantees a taste-bud-tingling experience.
Popular among locals and in-the-know visitors, La Cave a Champagne is a great place to try local champagne varietals without blowing your entire budget. For only 21 EU, you can taste three different champagnes while perusing the menu or people-watching. The bourgeois decor and cuisine is classic French with champenoise dishes stealing the show. The dining area is small so call ahead for reservations.
La Table Kobus, named after the chef's grandmother, offers diners a mix of country cuisine and chic contemporary dishes in its two dining rooms styled after the Parisian pubs of the early 1900s. Three prix fixe menus are offered with four different price ranges. Private parties of up to eighteen people can be seated separately with reservations. You can even sip your own champagne without paying a corkage fee!
Le Chapon Fin has been an iconic Épernay tradition for quite a few years and remains famous as a popular seafood eatery at a serene location. A favorite with locals and tourists alike, it features two separate dining areas, one featuring a quaint, old-school décor and the other with a modish appearance. Start off with the appetizing French onion soup and take the culinary journey ahead with their succulent seafood preparations, veal chops and salads.
What is the combination of 'fast' and 'lunch'? 'flunch'! However, the French fast-food version differs considerably from the American original. The chain stands not only for a balanced diet, but also for the appreciation of French food culture. A menu consists of several courses, you drink from glasses rather than from paper cups and a cheese plate completes the meal. Served is French home cooking: braised chicken thighs, meatballs, or entrecôte. Vitamins are available at the salad bar as well as at the vegetable bar.
Enjoy local French cuisine at Restaurant Auberge des Moissons. Set in fine environs, the restaurant serves up three differently priced prix-fixe menus. Made from seasonal ingredients, the food is served fresh, hot and is a delight to the taste buds. Whether you opt for classic dishes or call for the surprise menu, either way the money spent is well worth the delicious food. You can also opt for a wine flight or pair the meals yourself with some wine from the region. The restaurant is also a great dining option for those who wish to impress their date.