420 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT 06830
Valet Parking Available
Monday to Friday
-Lunch 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM
- Dinner 6:00 PM
- Lunch – Always Closed
- Dinner 5:45 PM
- Lunch - Always Closed
- Dinner – Closed (except December)
Thomas Henkelmann nestles
quietly on a hillside in Greenwich, Connecticut. The restaurant is set on
over 3 acres of exquisite gardens surrounded by mature specimen trees with
mesmerizing views of the spectacular grounds. A Member of Relais & Chateaux,
Relais Gourmands, Tradition et Qualité (Les Grandes Tables du Monde) and
recipient of a coveted 4 star rating from the New York Times firmly
entrenches it as one of the country’s finest French restaurants.
The singularity of Thomas Henkelmann’s delightful restaurant is based on a
wonderfully eclectic mix of 18th century architecture and 21st century
design and amenities; it’s secluded but easily accessible location, just 25
minutes from New York City, Thomas Henkelmann’s world renowned Contemporary
French cuisine and service matches attention with discretion.
||In 1997, Chef
Henkelmann and his wife Theresa founded Homestead Inn and restaurant Thomas
Henkelmann in Greenwich Connecticut. Thomas Henkelmann was awarded the
coveted title Relais Gourmands in November 2002, in St. Petersburg Russia
and has been awarded 4 Mobil Stars every year since 1999.
Chef Henkelmann offers contemporary French cuisine, seasonal specialties and
the classic signatures for which he has become famous. Classic French
training, a German background and time spent in France, Germany and
Switzerland's finest 3 star Michelin restaurants, inspire his menu.
Homestead Inn & Thomas Henkelmann: Annual closing: 2 weeks in March
"Once again, chef Thomas Henkelmann and his
wife, Theresa, achieve “the peak of perfection” with their “truly
exceptional” New French – housed in “an absolutely gorgeous” Greenwich inn –
which respondents voted Most Popular and No. 1 for Food, Decor and Service
in the CT Survey; considered the culinary “Matterhorn north of Manhattan”,
it “pampers” its clientele with a “beautiful” setting, “impeccable service”,
“sublime entrees, ethereal desserts” and a “superb wine list”, albeit all at
prices that “would make J.P. Morgan wince”; N.B. jacket required."