Chervil is bitter when cooked.
Be careful about using more than just a little of it, as there is the risk of health complications when trying to use it for medicinal purposes or using it in very large quantities.
Chervil is usually subtle and fresh tasting.
If you are unable to find this herb, you can use a mixture of parsley and tarragon as a substitute.
This herb is commonly used in soups, salads, and as a garnish for egg dishes.