La Brasserie des Haras offers a modern cuisine, conceived by Marc Haeberlin, chef at two-star Michelin restaurant l’Auberge de l’Ill.
After crossing the terrace paved with Rhine pebbles, which leads into the courtyard, you enter the characteristic decor of this meticulously renovated 18th-century stud farm. Steal a glance at the team of chefs moving around the open kitchen in a perfectly choreographed dance. The 32 steps of the monumental solid oak spiral staircase lead onto the second floor, below an impressive system of wooden roof trusses (also 18th-century), which makes a beautiful backdrop for a sophisticated meal.
The dishes are elegant and delicate, made with a harmonious blend of quality ingredients.
We particularly enjoyed the Thai-inspired shrimp broth (with lemongrass, coconut milk and cilantro), the swordfish steak, which was cooked to perfection, and the well-balanced freshness of the pistachio-passionfruit macaron, fresh fruit and pistachio ice cream.
Brasserie Les Haras
📍 23 rue des Glacières, Strasbourg
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