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Chef Thomas Koebel

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They accompany us

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Local and seasonal products

Relais de la Poste chef Thomas Koebel makes a point of working with local, seasonal produce. On a daily basis, they support us and provide us with quality products. We share their passion for good produce, respect for nature and seasonality.

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Fruits and vegetables

Most of our fruit and vegetables come from Ferme Clauss, located in La Wantzenau, just a few hundred metres from the Relais de la Poste.

Clauss farm


Our cheeses are selected from the 250 products of Maison Lorho in Strasbourg.
This couple of artisan cheese-makers, both Meilleurs Ouvriers de France, are fervent defenders of taste and farm produce.

The Lorho house


The pigeon for the Chef’s signature dish comes from Théo Kieffer’s farm in Nordhouse.

Théo Kieffer


Our teas are created and blended in Alsace by our partner Comptoir Français du Thé, where each cup is conceived as a gustatory voyage.

Comptoir Français du thé

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Pasta spreads

These original, gourmet spreads, made without palm oil, are the expression of the creativity of Aliénor Slos, chocolatier at the Les Secrets du Chocolat museum in Geispolsheim.



Our chocolate comes from Schaal Chocolatier, which has been operating in Geispolsheim, Alsace, since 1871. Their cocoa comes from their own plantations in Ecuador.

Schaal Chocolatier sells exclusively to companies. Their products are only available to private customers at the Les Secrets du Chocolat boutique.

Chocolatier Schaal

Bread and pastries

Our breads and viennoiseries are made by “Au pain de mon Grand-Père”, a family-run bakery founded by Patrick and Bruno Dinel, two Alsatians who respect traditional methods of production, using organically grown ingredients.


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