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La Table d’Olivier Nasti Reviews

Both the brasserie and the Michelin-starred restaurant are served by the same serving crew. They attempted to sway my dish numerous times before it was done, despite the fact that my cutlery was properly aligned. The sommelier is not particularly knowledgeable about their suggestions, and I spoke with other guests who shared my dissatisfaction with the cuisine. The amuse bouche and the bread are the most enjoyable parts of the dinner. Thank goodness I chose the pricey ala carte menu rather than the tasting menu since I’ve been warmed by other customers I’ve met while staying at the hotel. I would suggest that you eat somewhere else. The staff was quite unprofessional. It was my second request that the water be put on the table, but they rejected both times because they stated they would replenish it in a timely way, which they did not. The same waiter who brought me water at the table the night before waited twenty minutes to bring me a second glass of wine at the brasserie, so I know he cannot be trusted; in fact, nothing about the restaurant service, including the food and wine, can be trusted. It’s ridiculously pricey.

Cuisine Type: Creative

Specialties:
Anguille du Rhin au vert légèrement fumée et laquée aux agrumes

Gibier d’été, griottes fermentées, kasknepfle comme nos grands-mères

Quetsche d’Alsace rôtie au four, brioche et crème glacée à la brioche

Address: 9-13 rue du Général-de-Gaulle, Kaysersberg, 68240, France

Phone: +33 3 89 47 64 64

Website: La Table d’Olivier Nasti Official Site

Hours: Closed: Monday, Tuesday, lunch : Wednesday-Thursday

Michelin Stars: 2