About Us



Madeleine’s, located in the heart of the Historic and Arts District, is Evansville’s first and only Fusion Restaurant.

 

Our culinary focus is on creativity and serving the freshest and highest quality ingredients prepared with a fusion flair. Our goal is to provide you with a truly unique and unparalleled dining experience. One of our most popular dishes is the Rack of Lamb served with Mustard Barbeque Sauce. You can also never go wrong with any of our prime steaks, including the Dry Aged Blackened Bone-In Rib Eye, the Philadelphia-Style Strip Steak, and our coffee encrusted Filet. Certain menu items will change daily as special fresh seafood offerings become available, and our menu changes completely at least bi-weekly with a different culinary regional influence. One week our menu offerings will have an Italian influence, with French, Asian or Spanish dishes the next week! This frequent menu change not only allows us to offer our patrons the very best quality food in every season, but it also allows us to prepare ingredients with very limited availability such as soft shell crab, black truffles and stone crab claws!

As a perfect addition to our full menu, our wine cellar houses the Tri-State’s finest selection of premium wines, while our bar features the largest premium liquor selection in the area plus a variety of beer and specialty cocktails. We offer a huge Bourbon and Scotch selection and one of our fusion specialties is our Sake Martinis.

Our restaurant features a “Show Kitchen”, a Wine Cellar including a Private Wine Room, a Pastry Kitchen and Special Events Dining. Madeleine’s offers Evansville’s premier dining experience and we are the perfect restaurant for any occasion – a romantic first date; an anniversary celebration; an important business meeting; a fun night dining with friends or simply the appreciation of delicious and creative cuisine.

Our menus are updated weekly on our FaceBook Page Current Dining Menu

“Think of it as Pacific Rim meeting Spanish and Classic American regional cuisines with the occasional European touch.”
~ Sara Anne Corrigan, Evansville Living Magazine