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Dine in an award‑winning restaurant

for the perfect evening out

There is nothing more delightful for a romantic evening out than an award-winning restaurant, enjoying superb cuisine. Châlons-en-Champagne is fortunate enough to have a Michelin-starred restaurant right in the city centre, Le Restaurant Jérôme Feck, named after its chef.

Le restaurant

Jérôme Feck

Versailles parquet flooring, white stone, large bay windows, mirrors, and wood… Le Restaurant Jérôme Feck is an exceptional place, decorated with finesse.

You’ll be amazed… Wonderful pairings of aromas and wines, the keen taste for tradition and innovation, all bring an extra touch of refinement to this charming setting.

The finest of the Champagne region awaits you for a truly gastronomic experience.

Where to find it

Restaurant Jérôme Feck
19 Place Mgr Tissier
51000 Châlons-en-Champagne

An exquisite menu

of outstanding dishes

Eating at the Michelin-starred restaurant Jérôme Feck, promises:

A refined menu created using premium produce, with dishes, full of exciting flavours and ingredients to discover. All this is thanks to the inventive cuisine of its chef, Jérôme Feck.

Meticulous preparation to please the eye and heavenly flavours to delight the taste buds.

A wonderful welcome coupled with an exceptional service.

Meet

the Chef, Jérôme Feck

As a teenager, Jérôme decided to study catering just to get a diploma, in the hope of eventually joining the fire brigade.

Once he had obtained his qualifications, he decided to carry on in the kitchen and turned to pastry. “It must have been my sweet tooth that did the trick”.

He then joined the prestigious chef Paul Henry, who was based in his home region, and there, developed a true passion for his work. After gaining some experience with some of the greatest chefs in Michelin-starred and Relais & Chateaux restaurants, he further perfected his skills.

That was up until 2017 when he took over the Hôtel d’Angleterre, which, at the time, had lost its standing. It took him barely a month to restore the prestige of the place and earn its first star in the Michelin Guide.

To feast the eyes

and the tastebuds