This post was originally published in 2012. The tips and techniques explained may be outdated.
’Quaint, cozy, French’ is how I would describe the Mistral restaurant in Kassel. Those looking for a good steak and a nice glass of wine will fit right in at this small bistro located in Kassel’s Wehlheiden. When entering the eatery, you’ll feel as though you’ve been whisked back to your last vacation in the south of France. Countless little souvenirs from the south of France bejewel the space as friendly waiters see to your needs. Whether it’s lamb, fish, pasta, beef or crêpes, many high-quality dishes can be found on the menu – which changes seasonally. Something for everyone In addition, there is an extensive wine list to choose from.
The restaurant is open daily from 5 p.m. to midnight and with seating for only 30 guests, a reservation is highly recommended on weekends (even if made just shortly beforehand). Prices at the bistro fall solidly in the middle of semi-fine dining.
Have fun trying it out and bon appetit!
/wp-content/themes/enfold-child/images/SMA-LOGO-Color_s-1.png00Leonie Blume/wp-content/themes/enfold-child/images/SMA-LOGO-Color_s-1.pngLeonie Blume2012-05-22 08:13:032012-05-22 08:13:03A Little Piece of France in the heart of Kassel