Nestled in the heart of Kayl Park, the restaurant
Eden Rose is a true gourmet setting with a bucolic atmosphere.
Arrived in this green place, you are greeted by the birds, ducks, sheep and horses of the park, before discovering the beautiful Corten steel building which houses the restaurant.
It is there, in this setting bathed in light, that Valérian Prade came to join Caroline Esch to write their gourmet story together.
Comfortably seated around a table adorned with romantic and mottled crockery, some of which already belonged to Caroline’s great-great-aunt, the menu is revealed. The dishes give pride of place to healthy, gluten-free and seasonal cuisine concocted from carefully selected fresh products. The taste imposes itself with simplicity and delicacy.
The meal is accompanied by Luxembourgish and French nectars, mainly organic and biodynamic. Accessible, the wine list also offers great wines that will delight lovers and connoisseurs of fine bottles.
During the summer, after the lunch service, the experience continues around a Tea Time offering the possibility of tasting a pastry (gluten-free) or an artisanal ice cream.
Roasted duck fillet with aromatics 26
Filet of beef tournedos 30
Roasted piece of veal in brown butter 31
Poultry from the Landes - Label Rouge - Maison Peyriguet 26
The catch of the day / Coconut bean / Shellfish / Horseradish 28
(5, 7, 10)
Octopus / Fennel / Potato cappuccino / Anchovy broth 27
(5, 7, 14)
Spring picking in fricassee (vegetarian) 20
“All our meats are accompanied by seasonal vegetables,
of apple puree with roasted butter and its aromatic juice ”(7, 8, 9)
Cheeses & Desserts
8. Nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, etc.)
that makes your rose so important. "
Only midday during the week, excluding public holidays
Starter-main course or main course-dessert 25 €
Starter, main course, dessert 29 €
Confit egg / Artichoke / Watercress / Yellow wine
Salmon / Daikon / Horseradish / Lemon
Strawberry / Basil / Bourbon Vanilla
(3, 7, 8)
Available for lunch and dinner
This menu is served for all guests only
Food / Wine pairing 35 €
Candied onion / Anchovy / Black olive / Salicornia
Artichoke pie / Fresh cheese / Watercress
Poultry from the Landes – Label Rouge – Maison Peyriguet / Potato cappuccino / Yellow wine jus
Our selection of matured cheeses (supplement + 10 €)
Egg in its straw nest
Apple / Verjus Kox / Bourbon vanilla / Salted butter caramel
(3, 7, 8, 9)
The little Prince
Suitable for children under 12
Roasted yellow poultry supreme / potato mousseline and its juice
Organic vanilla or chocolate ice cream
In the press...
A duo in the city as behind the stove
Trained at the Lycée Hôtelier Alexis Heck in Diekirch then at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Ecully, it is within Luxembourg starred establishments such as Le Toit pour Toi *, Mosconi *, Ma Langue Sourit **, and French such as Arnsbourg *** with Chef Jean-Georges Klein, Le Park 45 * with Sébastien Broda and Auberge de l’Ill **, which Caroline Esch perfects her gesture.
While doing an internship at the Auberge de l’Ill, Caroline meets Valérian Prade in the kitchens of the establishment. Between them, love at first sight is immediate.
Passionate about gastronomy since his childhood, Valérian Prade made his ranges at the Lycée Hôtelier Georges-Frêche in Montpellier before joining the kitchens of several French and Luxembourg chefs with two Michelin stars such as Marc Haeberlin **, Bruno Oger **, Cyril Molard ** and Fabrice Salvador *.
With their experiences, they each pursue their gastronomic epic, drawing inspiration from the techniques and flavors of renowned Chefs.
Today, this complementary duo has come together and is committed to delighting the taste buds of all gourmets and gourmets, she in the pastry shop and he in the kitchen.
The place takes its name from a variety of roses very dear to Caroline Esch.
Eden Rose refers to the epicureanism of Pierre Ronsard and his famous Carpe diem but also to the historical heritage of Luxembourg, the largest exporter of roses on the market during the 20th century.
Eden Rose Pavilion
30 rue du moulin
Lunch and dinner service hours from April 1 to October 31, 2021:
Tuesday to Sunday: 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. / 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
The hours of “Tea Time” from April 1 to October 31:
Tuesday to Sunday: 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Lunch and dinner service hours from November 1 to March 31:
Tuesday: 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday to Saturday: 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. / 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The restaurant is closed on Mondays all year round.