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Le Cerf
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Reviewed 10 July 2012

I have now been to Le Cerf three times and every time have been thoroughly impressed with the professional approach, skill and discretion of the staff. Having recently made arrangements to take a group of 15 people there for lunch, the management was exceptionally helpful when I was negotiating a set menu, and were able to accommodate my suggestions for changes without the slightest problem. I would also recommend making the most of the sommelière to help with wine selections. I thought I know a lot of Alsace wines, but her suggestions were not only excellent matches for each course, but also introduced me to some exciting new wine producers in the region, resulting in a few more visits and tastings. A very successful promotion of the region. As far as food goes - everything was well presented. The entrée of layers of salmon and poached sandre was light and delicate with subtle oak characters as the salmon had been smoked at the restaurant, completely different from commercial smoking and a real delight. The other dish that is a "must" to try is the "Bouchées à la Reine" with its rich and creamy, yet light sauce and a variety of tasty morsels of meat in a light and crispy pastry case. This restaurant would be well worth the trip out from Strasbourg, even if it didn't have any Michelin stars!

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank MaryGarland
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Reviewed 22 June 2012

This restaurant had two Michelin stars and recently lost one. Michelin is known never to disclose why stars are earned or lost, but the loss here is a true mystery. We arrived as a party of 12, with smiles and greetings from perhaps 5-6 staff. Shown to our table by a head waiter who spoke perfect English and French. A very complicated menu was explained slowly and carefully and special related questions answered to one's complete satisfaction.

There were no improper plate deliveries to wrong party and fresh and appropriate silverware set for each dish, including wine glass for each appropriate wine for the dish.

The food was excellent. For example, rack of lamb was cooked perfectly and arrived with the best vegetables within my experiences - small, fresh and delicious. A terrine of foie gras was buttery. The cheese course was unsurpassed in excellence. The dessert was an incredible meringue encasing rivulets of a variety of ice creams. Small plates of candies, macaroons were available as one might wish.

And all along various questions of what's this, why this, how's this answered in one's language of choice by the head waiter or staff.

The restaurant has a variety of rooms, all beautifully decorated with superb taste, both in furniture, paintings and numerous objets d'art.

Come on Michelin, return the star!

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Charles B
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Reviewed 6 October 2011

For a one-stop, dinner-bed-breakfast, it's hard to imagine a better place. Walking paths around the town, through pinot vineyards, provide an appropriate preparation for dinner and a lovely breakfast. Family-run and very intimate. While the servers are a bit stiff and formal, this is more than compensated by the over-the-top kitchen and friendly chef who lingers after last service at the entrance to chat.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled solo
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Reviewed 15 April 2011

We were given a warm welcome at this attractive hotel and we very much enjoyed our overnight stay there. The food was very, very good, as was the service. The room was comfortable and all you'd expect of an hotel of this standard. I just felt that overall everything was a little overpriced however, and it was this that prevents me from giving it the top grade.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank poldhupabs
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Reviewed 7 October 2008

This hotel was a way-stop between two destinations and we choose it because of the Michelin starred restaurant.

The hotel is a boutique hotel with nicely appointed rooms. The breakfast was good.

We thought the food in the restaurant excellent but did not enjoy it nearly as much as our outstanding visit to the Moulin in Gundershoffen which is just to the north because the service was cold and informal. We felt distinctly ignored when we declined wine. (and this not from choice but on doctors orders).

Our room was 115 euros, dinner for 2, 3 courses and coffee, 127 euros.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank maritimevoyageur
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