Strasbourg - Eating
For French people, Strasbourg means beer, wine, baeckeofe (a mixed meat dish with potatoes), flamenküche (a thin pie made up of oignons, cheese and lardons) and, of course, choucroute (a generous dish consisting of cabbage, meat, sausages and potatoes). Leaving Strasbourg before tasting some of these typical dishes, which can be found in most of restaurants, would be a real crime!
This is a chic restaurant with a refined and inventive cuisine, in a modern interior. The menu is refreshed every five weeks.
Le relais de la Poste
With one star in the prestigious "Guide Michelin," this restaurant is one of the best addresses for discerning gourmets.
Le Pont aux chats
Thanks to the renowned chef, this restaurant has established a reputation as being the place to go for seafood, which comes directly from Brittany.
A "winstub" is a typical Alsatian restaurant, with local dishes. Chez Yvonne is probably the most famous one of Strasbourg.
Ancienne douane serves traditional cuisine, like the place itself and the waiters, who are all dressed in Alsatian costumes.
Les deux Gourmandes
Les Deux Gourmandes - the two gourmets - has a family atmosphere, and they serve a wide variety of local dishes.
Poêles de carottes
Poêles de carottes is a very good vegetarian restaurant with 40 percent of the products used classified as "biological." Many interesting dishes and drinks, like pumpkin beer.
Made in France
This franchise chain offers small prices, but huge and delicious sandwiches and salads.