It is in a baroque atmosphere with numerous salons and boudoirs that one settles in at 1741. A precious, classically contemporary setting, just like the cuisine served there: graphic, precise, fine and delicate. A sensual taste experience..
Established in : Built on the banks of the Ill River in 1590, on stilts with a wooden frame, the establishment was historically structured in small flats transformed into wonderful and atypical baroque salon-boudoirs, distributed over four levels.
It became a restaurant at the end of the 1950s and its particularity is to offer customers 5 intimate spaces. The 1741 exists as such since May 10th 2012. On the façade, the numbers 1741 evoke the date of completion of the Palais des Rohan, which belonged to Armand-Gaston Maximilien de Rohan.
22 Quai des Bateliers