Food in Strasbourg

La Cloche à Fromage Boutique

Sells creamy Tomme, ripe Camembert and other first-rate cheeses.
Cheese in Colmar

Fromagerie St-Nicolas

Follow your nose to pungent Munster, Tomme and ripe Camembert. BYOB (bring your own baguette) and they’ll make you a sandwich.
Market in Strasbourg

Farmers’ Market

Stalls are piled high with everything from locally produced foie gras to organic fruit and honey.
Sweets in Strasbourg

Mireille Oster

Cherubs adorn this heavenly shop where Strasbourg’s pain d’épices (gingerbread) fairy Mireille Oster tempts with handmade varieties featuring figs, amaretto, cinnamon and chocolate. Have a nibble before you buy.
Sweets in Strasbourg


Sumptuous truffles and pralines, weightless macarons and edible Strasbourg landmarks – renowned chocolatier Christian’s creations are mini works of art.
Food in Colmar

Les Foie Gras de Liesel

Marco and Marianne Willmann produce the silkiest, most subtly flavoured goose and duck foie gras in town. Check out their tastings to enjoy it with fresh bread, fig chutney and a glass of Gewürztraminer or pinot gri…
Chocolate in Colmar

Choco en Têtes

Edible art describes this chocolatier’s seasonally inspired truffles, pralines and nougat. Novelties include mini cupcakes and conker-shaped chocolates.
Sweets in Strasbourg

Maison Alsacienne de Biscuiterie

Bakes scrumptious Alsatian gingerbread, macarons, raisin-stuffed kougelhopf and sablés (butter cookies) flavoured with nuts and spices.
Market in Sélestat


A huge outdoor market, held since 1435, takes over the streets around the town hall.
Market in Sélestat

Marché du Terroir

Saturday local-produce market, on the southern edge of the old town, selling home-grown fruit and veggies.