Stepping into Le Chateau is like travelling back in time to 17th century France, when the chefs serving Louis XIV and his court were coming up with completely new ways of preparing and serving food. This led to the birth of haute cuisine, which is the foundation of modern cooking. Le Chateau is continuing this tradition, offering haute cuisine in an authentic atmosphere of The Three Musketeers. Our chefs not only prepare the classics, but also contemporary dishes.
This restaurant offers french cuisine from 17-th century. Rooms and waiters look authentic, e.g menu is made of leather. Portions are big enough and wery nicely presented, prices are quite reasonable.
Had a quick but very nice lunch here. It seemed to be the dish of the day because the only menu I was given was in Estonian which I couldn't read. I'd wandered around the city after leaving the group...
We visited as part of a tour. We ate with the group in the cellar. Despite our guide's assertion that bread is only served with cheese, there was a basket of lovely bread on the table. The salad...
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