The totally green terrace of this restaurant in Rollingergrund quickly lets you forget that the hustle and bustle of the Luxembourgish capital is so close by. „La P’tite Maison“ (in english: „the little house“) is a real oasis of calm and coziness.
Inside you dine in a relaxing ambience accompanied by lounge music. Star-chef Paul-Henri Chahmerian has been welcoming his regulars here since May 2016. He comes from Lyon in France having perfected his skills in various top restaurants.
You’ll immediately spot this when you taste one of his traditional dishes. French classics include pig leg filled with foie gras, Black Angus rib and sea bream. Where possible ingredients are sourced locally and organically. As parking can be tricky, the restaurant also provides a valet parking service.