Located in the heart of Bonnevoie, the Graace Hotel is an establishment with a unique design and terraces that are as discreet as they are pleasant. After having welcomed the pastry chef Cathy Goedert for a few months, it is now possible to sit down quietly for a drink or a good local burger...
Indeed, the LëtzeBurger food truck has set up shop in the ground floor courtyard and offers a small menu of classic burgers and other urban specialities: black angus burger, pulled pork burger, chili cheeseburger, onion rings, mozzarella sticks... Open from Monday to Saturday from 11.30am to 2pm and from 6pm to 10pm and on Sunday from 6pm to 10pm.
On the roofs of the first floor, the atmosphere is more ethereal, not only thanks to the pretty view offered by the three small terraces, but also thanks to Mizu, the new very Japanese tea room installed by Pyt Romersa, the founder of the Thalus brand. The particularly successful graphic identity of Mizu is integrated into the environment with great subtlety and invites you to a very Japanese contemplation. On the menu: a daily fresh vegan bowl, avocado nigiri, pastries, fruit salads. And to accompany all this, drinks that are inevitably in vogue such as kombucha or coconut water.
And for the last available space, something very nice is underway. More information to follow shortly.
Graace Hotel: 10, rue Sigismond, Luxembourg (Bonnevoie).
This article was originally published on Paperjam.lu. It has been translated and edited for Delano.