Au Renard Prêchant
This outfit runs scenic 70-minute boat trips, which glide along the storybook canals of Petite France, taking in the Vauban Dam and the...
Hailed a ‘Versailles in miniature’, this opulent 18th-century residence was built for the city’s princely bishops, and Louis XV and...
Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame
Occupying a cluster of sublime 14th- and 16th-century buildings, this museum harbours one of Europe’s premier collections of Romanesque,...
Bistro food is given a pinch of creativity and southern sunshine at intimate, softly lit Le Gavroche. Mains like veal in a mint crust...
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Lonely Planet review
A stuffed, bespectacled renard (fox) preaching to ducks presides over this warm, woody and very Alsatian restaurant, housed in a 16th-century chapel. Gibier (game) bagged by Molsheim-area hunters is an autumn and winter speciality. Take bus 30 to get here.
Located in a former medieval church, this hearty restaurant serves quality Alsatian cuisine. The menu features game in season.