From its terroir, it gifts wonderful produce and generous cuisine.
L’Auberge de l’Ill is a restaurant to visit across the change of the seasons, the years, and its long history.
Since then, the story has been written every day. Founders Jean-Pierre (famous for his watercolours of the area) and Paul Haeberlin were succeeded by their children Marc and Danielle, who were driven by the same love of the profession, of the location and of welcoming guests.
The kitchen of the L’Auberge de l’Ill reflects the image of the family. It comes down through the generations.
From Paul Haeberlin it takes tradition, with his famous mousseline of frog’s legs and his Haeberlin fish. From his son Marc, the perfect alliance of classic and contemporary, through his creations... And then there is the generosity, the search for the right taste, for the elegance of presentation, and the excellence of a 3-Michelin star restaurant.
Marc Haeberlin embodies the richness and soul of the kitchen at L’Auberge de l’Ill. Hard work, humility, passion and pleasure have driven the Chef ever since he embarked on this profession.
A genuine pleasure that imbues the finesse of the gourmet cuisine with the flavour of joy that makes people happy.
Marc Haeberlin makes excellence rhyme with sharing.