The best sample of Alsatian cuisine in Mexico can be found at the L´Alsace restaurant, where its perfect adaptation of the original restaurant in Paris lets us enjoy an elegant and refined ambience.
With its specialized Alsatian cuisine originating from the eastern part of France near the border with Germany, the L´Alsace restaurant has three main characteristics: excellent seafood, first-class sausage meat and world renowned wines.
So much so that from its seafood menu, we can enjoy sampling the best varieties of oysters such as Fina-Clara, Kumamoto and Belon, as well as clams served in their shells, known locally as chocolatas, Mexican and Canadian lobster and stone crab from Baja California.
Not forgetting to mention the house specialties such as Alsatian sauerkraut; stuffed and mashed cauliflower with duck Foie Gras, Bordelesa sauce and leg of pork with sauerkraut and steamed potatoes, as well as grilled salmon in a herb paste, while for desert, the new version of raspberry millefeuille, all prepared under the watchful eye of chef Yann Cozic.
The restaurant seats 220 diners, as well as 20 in the bar area. It is always recommendable to book in advance to avoid waiting on arrival. However, if you have enough time, you can always enjoy a delicious Gewurztraminer while you wait for your table.
Lunching or dining at L’Alsace during normal hours is an experience that has to be planned; therefore, we recommend that you study the menu so that your experience of sampling the dishes and wines from this region will be unique.
Av. Presidente Msaryk 433
México D.F. 11560
52 80 36 00
Text: Rafael Luna Grajeda ± Photo: L' Alsace.