Chez Catherine is a renowned French restaurant at the Westfield Inn, and described by reviewers as a "music box of mirrors and culinary delights." The New York Times refers to it as "a refined corner of France where the food is excellent and the atmosphere elegant."
Owners Didier and Edith Jouvenet, formerly of La Grenouille and the Carlyle Hotel in New York City, offer classic French cuisine, which has recently included herb-crusted salmon, tenderloin au poivre, morel sauced veal and red snapper dappled with citrus beurre blanc. The innovative kitchen offers new culinary delights such as pillow with seafood in lobster sauce or sautéed loin of pork Calvados with fresh apples. An extensive well-edited wine list complements their world-class fare.
Chez Catherine is open everyday except Sunday and Monday.