Our food favorites in the area
A stone's throw from Strasbourg Cathedral (25 min) €€ :
A bistronomic restaurant that combines tradition and modernity. The cuisine is fresh, the products are seasonal and the proposals very interesting. Open since 1252, it is one of the oldest restaurants in the city, and when I was 20 it was already the benchmark for friends!
AU PONT CORBEAU
Strasbourg (30 min) €€:
A great nocturnal and Alsacian-creative cellar, handed down from father to daughter. Located on the edge of the canal in this picturesque wooded setting, we let ourselves be guided in all indulgence by the faithful, joyful, and sometimes very personalized titles: delicious presskopf vinaigrette with its sauerkraut salad, grumbeerekiechle and biebeleskäs, calf's head, grilled ham. ..
LES SECRETS DES GRANDS EXPRESS
The chef invites you to discover his bistronomic cuisine aboard the Orient Express wagon (a real wagon yes, yes!) And each month, a “Crime des Grands Express” evening is organized: between role play and escape game, followed an exceptional dinner in the dining car.
Strasbourg center (30 min) €:
Original toast and wine in a retro decor with rough walls, antique trinkets and a heated terrace. Ideal for landing without taking too much time. Children can play in the pedestrianized street under the watchful eye of their parents, who therefore make the most of their break.
The Choucroute de la Mer is a must at La Brasserie Flo, a Strasbourg institution (albeit a Parisian brazier) renowned for its seafood platters. The setting is refined, the atmosphere is cozy without being stuffy and the decor remains in the style. spirit of the Belle Epoque with its magnificent glass dome and stained glass windows.
Alsace on the plate
Le Marronnier is a Winstub restaurant shaded in summer by the impressive tree on the terrace that gave its name to the establishment, or warm in winter thanks to the kachelofes, tiled stoves which dominate the different rooms of this restaurant. warm with its kelsh tablecloths and omnipresent wood. We feast on regional specialties: fried munster, garnished sauerkraut, horse roast beef, veal's head vinaigrette but also fish such as the “old Strasbourg” pike perch puff pastry.
Its reputation is well established, it has been almost half a century since the Eagle landed in Pfulgriesheim. Swimming, or rather "flying" in the field of traditional Alsatian cuisine with a sense of quality and tremendous hospitality. L'Aigle is a typically regional setting with Kelsch tablecloths, pottery and traditional decorations for Easter and Christmas.
Our selection from around thirty starred restaurants in Alsace
RESTAURANT LE CERF, 1*
Marlenheim (5 min) €€€€ :
With his rich career in famous houses around the world, he develops a personal cuisine. Creative but rigorous, classic and avant-garde, it finely exalts the tastes and colors of each season. Craftsman or artist, both suit him well!
This restaurant has kept its Alsatian touch with its woodwork, inlays and conviviality.
RESTAURANT LA FOURCHETTE DES DUCS, 2**
Obernai (30 min) €€€€ :
The restaurant has succeeded in becoming one of the proudest ambassadors of Alsatian gastronomy: cuisine with strong flavors with the mischief of original alliances. La Fourchette des Ducs was born on Ettore Bugatti's initiative, with the presence of René Lalique in the decor. One of the most beautiful and captivating addresses in the region.
RESTAURANT JY'S, 2**
How can you not be immediately won over by this exquisite address located in the Little Venice district? It is masterfully staged in a house (dated 1750) painted in trompe-l'oeil by Edgard Mahler, an Alsatian painter nicknamed the "maestro of facades". Shaded terrace by the water.
(Bonus address in Colmar for a sweet treat to eat in or take away: Yann's workshop, a goldsmith pastry chef).
RESTAURANT UMAMI, 1*
Strasbourg (25 min) €€€€ :
The cuisine of this restaurant is sure to tickle your taste buds with flavors from all over the world. Umami means the 5th flavor in Japanese, otherwise what is not salty, sweet, bitter or acid. In this room to the nines of Petite France, we come to live an experience.
L'AUBERGE DE L'ILL, 2**
A 2-star restaurant for more than 50 years, the Auberge de l'Ill is an integral part of Alsatian heritage. Masterfully held for more than fifty years by the Haeberlin family, its reputation is well established. Recognized gastronomic stopover and enchanting setting, this starred restaurant carries with it the roots of the Haeberlin clan. Beyond the stars and the taste, it is the choice of the heart!