Unique dishes from the three-star kitchen
Restaurant "GästeHaus Klaus Erfort"
One of Germany's best chefs resides in an elegant Wilhelminian-style villa with a spacious, well-tended private park on the Mainzer Straße in Saarbrücken: Klaus Erfort has received the highest ratings from the most renowned restaurant critics on several occasions: top ratings also defended by Klaus Erfort in 2015 who was awarded three Michelin stars in addition to 19.5 points and four toques by Gault Millau. (2016 issue respectively)
Awarded the highest rating in the leading guide "The best 800 restaurants in Germany 2014/15". The editorial team of the "DER FEINSCHMECKER" (the gourmet) magazine therefore declared him among the twelve best chefs in Germany In the 2014 Gerolsteiner restaurant ranking too, Erfort's restaurant occupies seventh place among the ten best in Germany.
Since 2002, he and his kitchen team have been creating unique dishes that are not merely to be gazed at in admiration, but also to be discovered with curiosity and enjoyed. In doing so, Klaus Erfort combines different flavours and textures in his modern dishes to form perfectly balanced creations.
The host, Klaus Erfort, has a passion for cooking. His enthusiasm dates from during his practical school training; more than 20 years have passed since then.
Klaus Erfort received the third star in 2007 and was voted chef of the year by Gault Millau in 2008 in addition to chef of the year by "Der Feinschmecker" in 2009.
Charming and considerate yet discreet, wine waiter and restaurant manager Jérôme Pourchère and his team make sure that discerning diners spend an unforgettable evening in the GästeHaus. Jérôme Pourchère also guides his guests if they wish through the extensive, more than 600-item wine list and confidently recommends the fine drop to perfectly match the chosen delicacy.
Gästehaus Klaus Erfort
The ambience of the Gästehaus Erfort is characterised by the charm of the more than a hundred-year-old villa with an English park covering 10,000 square metres and a cosy teahouse.
A classic yet modern style in light shades of cream is an invitation to relax and enjoy the pleasures of the table inside the villa.
The restaurant was awarded the first Michelin star under the directorship of Jérôme Pourchère in 2002; the second followed in 2004. The success story continues.