Restaurant kitchen offers a seasonal menu inspired by local ingredients.
An intimate dining experience, Eight Legs accommodates a maximum 50 guests who can take advantage of its spacious summer terrace with a beautiful view of the surrounding grounds in clement weather.
The kitchen is open Wednesday to Sunday from 14:00 to 21:00. The restaurant is open until 22:00
The Eight Legs Restaurant occupies the most prominent room of the Manor and derives its name from its crowning feature, a tentacle-shaped chandelier.
At the Eight Legs Restaurant, you savor the delicacies of another world. Enjoy the wonders created by our Chef, complemented with the fine selection of wines found in Kau Manor’s Wine Cellar.
With a stellar selection of tobaccos and cigars, the indoor smoking room offers a comfortable place to relax and unwind with soothing jazz and smooth drinks.
An intimate setting for quiet conversation, with both bar and table service, here the cigars are the undisputed stars, each hand rolled, among them Cohibas, Montecristos, Partagas, Trinidads, Bolivars, Hoyo de Monterreys, and Santa Damianas.
The Cigar Room’s Rare and Fine Collection also offers the finest Armagnacs, Cognacs, Whiskeys, and Tequilas. Here, would-be connoisseurs can take part in spirits master classes and special tastings.
In Kau Manor’s vaulted cellar, which is in the oldest part of the Manor, hides itself the restaurant Eight Legs’ Wine Cellar. When this historical vaulted space, that estimably dates back to the 13th century, was used in creating the Wine Cellar, wine racks were made out of the old wood found from the Manor.
The Wine Cellar boasts an exclusive wine selection made by restaurant Eight Legs’ sommelier Kaidi Kerdt. The wine list is the perfect complement to restaurant’s menu and is similarly to restaurant’s seasonal menu always changing.
A cavernous gothic lounge next to the Wine Cellar is an ideal space for intimate gatherings and private functions for groups of 15 to 25 guests. Our catering and event staff can assist in coordinating conferences, seminars, meetings, or just special dinners among friends. In the cellar, guests can also enjoy tasting events among charcuterie prepared by our Executive chef.
Absinthe was the drink of choice among artists and writers in the mid to late-19th century, among others, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Oscar Wilde, Toulouse-Lautrec, Charles Baudelaire, Edgar Allen Poe, and Ernest Hemingway.
Walk on the wild side and enjoy our very special Absinthe House where art, literature, music, and the green fairy are mixed in a sensorial cocktail that enraptures all guests who dare try it.
Located by a little pond and next to the orchard, the Absinthe House is a beautiful setting that can be booked for a variety of events, such as garden parties and romantic wedding ceremonies.