I was born in Alsace, France.
I left France in 2014 to join Cafe Alsace and become the Chef de cuisine.
I’m bringing here my 25 years of experience in French restaurants as well as my expertise in my own regional cuisine.
At this point of my life I enjoy the comfort of a small restaurant and focus on traditional French recepies.
I love to present to our customers old fashion (and almost fogotten) desserts.
My meringue is a success as well as my Paris-Brest, Black Forest cake or Napoleon I propose as specials.
Je vous souhaite un bon appétit !
– Pascal Burel
Born in Colmar, Alsace, France I moved in the USA in 1995 and opened Cafe Alsace in 1997.
I aquired my passion for food and cooking growing up through my grand mothers and my mother who were excellent « cuisinieres ».
My father, a magnificient gardener tought me to only use fresh and seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Here at the Cafe, I’m trying to create a friendly environment where our patrons feel like they are home. I want them to enjoy a great meal in a relaxed true French atmosphere.
Bienvenue a Cafe Alsace !
– Benedicte Ulsas Cooper