Summary: Historic venue with minimalist decor and intimate ambiance.
Nestled in a 17th-century building, Restaurant Girardin in Colmar boasts a minimalist interior and a unique menu that showcases the finest local ingredients, served in an intimate setting with a well-curated wine selection by sommelier Axel Wanner. The restaurant's dedication to vegetable-forward dishes and Eric Girardin's precise culinary style is evident in every dish, from the millefeuille of Colmar mushrooms to the delicately cooked Orbery trout. The venue, recognized for its Renaissance facade with 106 grimacing masks, provides an elegant backdrop to an exceptional dining experience, complemented by the charming paved courtyard. Guests can also enjoy the brasserie and elegant guestrooms, ensuring a memorable visit to this historic and gastronomic landmark.