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The best gourmet addresses in Strasbourg

A city rich in history and culture, Strasbourg is also a gourmet destination not to be missed! Alsatian gastronomy, renowned for its generosity and unique flavours, is an absolute must.

So if you're planning a trip to Strasbourg and would like to know the best places to sample the region's traditional dishes, follow the guide!

Discovering Alsace's gastronomy

Alsatian cuisine is rich and varied, reflecting the region's history and influences. It is both simple and refined, and features high-quality local produce.

The most emblematic Alsatian dishes include :
  • Sauerkraut, a traditional dish made with fermented cabbage, meat and sausages.
  • Baeckeoffe, a simmered dish made with meat, vegetables and white wine.
  • Tartes flambées (flambé tarts), crispy galettes filled with cheese, crème fraîche and a variety of fillings.

Top 3 best restaurants in Strasbourg

Strasbourg is home to a large number of restaurants serving traditional and contemporary Alsatian cuisine. Here are some of our top recommendations:

Le Tire-Bouchon

Le Tire-Bouchon, a restaurant near Strasbourg cathedral, is not only an intimate winstub but also a true Strasbourg institution. Here you can sample meats and cheeses, prepared according to local recipes!

Baeckeoffe, beer-braised knuckle of ham, bibeleskäse and even strudel if you still have room for a little dessert. You can also be tempted by a menu of the day, which will allow you to discover a fine range of regional specialities.

📍 Address: 5 Rue des Tailleurs de Pierre, 67000 Strasbourg, France
🕐 Times: Open every day
  • Lunch from 11.30am to 2.30pm
  • Evening from 6.30pm to 10.30pm

La Petite Mairie

La Petite Mairie is a must for gourmets. This restaurant in the Petite France district is a Strasbourg institution!

Marie Wagner, the owner, welcomes you with a smile and unfailing kindness. Her son, who is in charge of the stoves, uses all his know-how to delight you. The focus is on local produce and Alsatian flavours!

Here, you can sample the dishes of the day, such as a homemade terrine with chicken livers and trumpets of death, a Strasbourg salad, presskopf, fleischkiechle, kassler en croûte, kougelhopf and rhubarb meringue pie.

The wine list offers a selection of Rieslings and Gewurztraminers that will enhance the flavours of your meal.

📍 Address: 8 Rue Brûlée, 67000 Strasbourg, France
🕐 Opening times : Open Monday to Friday
  • Lunch from 12:00 to 13:30
  • Evening from 6.30pm to 9.30pm

Le Winstub S'kaechele

The restaurant where no Alsatian speciality goes unappreciated is the Winstub S'kaechele! This family-run restaurant, located in a quiet side street in the historic centre, is run by a Maître Restaurateur chef and his wife. The atmosphere here is authentic and friendly!

The cuisine is passionate about fresh, local produce. Here you can sample the classics of Alsatian cuisine, such as foie gras, sauerkraut, braised knuckle of pork with pinot noir, or snails with Roquefort cheese.

📍 Address: 8 Rue de l'Argile, 67000 Strasbourg, France
🕐 Opening times :
  • Monday evenings from 7pm to 9.30pm
  • Tuesday to Friday lunch and dinner from 11:45 to 13:30 and 19:00 to 21:30
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