Restaurants & Bars


Michael_W | May 12, 2004 10:39 AM

As part of a day trip to Castroville this weekend, 3 of us had lunch at Angel's Chateau. Our intention was to try one of the Alsatian-type restaurants and we weren't disappointed with this one. They offered several specials of the day, including a trout Normandie entree. The menu was a mix of Alsatian specialties along with customary central Texas fare like chicken fried steak; they also offered a couple of salad options. A very tasty vegetable soup is served as an appetizer with some items, check the menu, and the pesto is excellent. Bread and pesto are served as an appetizer with all meals. Dessert items were good also. Great service and friendly staff, set in a quaint older restored house with nice hardwood floors, and surrounded by large pecan trees. Haven't been to the other Alsatian restaurants in Castroville to compare them to this one but this is worth going to on its own merits. Day trippers, note that most of the Alsatian restaurants, including this one, close at 2-2:30 and reopen again later for dinner, so you must plan ahead accordingly.

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