History seeps through the twisting lanes and cafe-rimmed plazas of Grande Île, Strasbourg’s Unesco World Heritage listed island bordered...
The gingerbready 15th century Maison Kammerzell has ornate carvings and leaded windows.
Well worth a peek for its Renaissance-style Chambre de Commerce (Chamber of Commerce).
An art-house cinema.
A hip and hugely popular Japanese place, given good marks by local cognoscenti, where colour-coded plates (around €3.50 to around €6) go...
Lonely Planet review
This hushed temple of French gastronomy is named after a stuffed toothy critter brought back from Egypt by one of Napoléon’s generals. Artistically presented seasonal specialities like fillet of venison served on date leaves with oyster plant and root vegetable puree have won Au Crocodile a Michelin star.