Lambertus, Kurhaus Wiesbaden
The Lambertus is a capricious companion for the magnificent Kurhaus Wiesbaden. The original furnishings laboriously assembled from Parisian restaurants and markets all over France create a charming setting for stylish banquets, glamourous parties and private dining.
The Salon des Flacons is based on an impressive collection of 178 original over-sized perfume flacons. The Belétage on the first floor is equally unusual. Decorated in red and black, the Salon Belétage also serves as an exhibition area for Gunter Sachs' photography.
A classic bistro cuisine is served with a new menu every month. Regional prime quality products form a harmonious symbiosis with delicacies from the Parisian indoor markets. Different types of pasta and the finest pastries from the Patisserie are made inhouse.
"Tout Wiesbaden" meets into the early hours on the veranda; visitors and locals alike come to the Kurgarten to enjoy homemade cakes or a palatable glass of wine from the neighbouring Rheingau (Rhine Valley).
Käfer'S Bistro: 150 seats
Salon des flacons: 70-80 seats
Belétage: 60-70 seats
Terrace: 120 seats
Beer garden: 300 seats