Although the reputation of Léa Linster reached far beyond the borders of the Grand Duchy when she won the Bocuse d'Or in 1989, she remains attached to her Luxembourg roots, and she pays a lot of attention to the vegetables in her dishes. She brings a wide variety of vegetable flavours and textures. Meat, neither fish, nor poultry, nor crustaceans and shellfish come on the table without vegetables. She combines lobster with beans from Soisson, cauliflower and an original dragon mayonnaise; with beef fillet she serves sweet potatoes, turnips, vitelotte potatoes and with her famous lamb 'Bocuse d'Or' with an apple crust she gives fresh seasonal vegetables. This is one of the finest gems of Luxembourg gastronomy.