The gingerbready 15th century Maison Kammerzell has ornate carvings and leaded windows.
Victor Hugo declared it a ‘gigantic and delicate marvel’; Goethe professed that its ‘loftiness is linked to its beauty’; and, no matter...
Well worth a peek for its Renaissance-style Chambre de Commerce (Chamber of Commerce).
Ticket outlet for cultural events.
La Cloche à Fromage Boutique
Sells creamy Tomme, ripe Camembert and other first-rate cheeses.
Maison Kammerzell information
Lonely Planet review
Slap-bang on Strasbourg's main square, medieval icon Maison Kammerzell serves well-executed Alsatian cuisine like baeckeoffe and choucroute . A staircase spirals up to frescoed alcoves and the 1st floor where the views – oh the views! – of the floodlit cathedral are sensational.