Colmar restaurants

Top Choice Gastronomy in Colmar


Jean-Yves Schillinger runs the stove at this two-Michelin-starred restaurant in Petite Venise. Behind a trompe-l'œil façade lies an urban-cool, lounge-style restaurant, with flattering lighting and chesterfield sofa…
Top Choice French in Colmar

La Table du Brocanteur

Tucked down a backstreet, this half-timbered house is decorated with milk pails, clogs and an attic’s worth of other rustic knick-knacks. Bright flavours like scallop carpaccio and tender beef steak with confit shal…
Gastronomy in Colmar

L’Atelier du Peintre

With its art-slung walls and carefully composed cuisine, this Michelin-starred bistro lives up to its ‘painter’s studio’ name. Seasonal masterpieces such as roast quail-breast fillets with hazelnut cream, fricassee …
French in Colmar

Le Caveau Saint Pierre

Squirrelled away in the canal-laced heart of Petite Venise, this half-timbered restaurant is enticingly rustic, with low beams, stone walls and checked tablecloths. Choucroutes (such as with fresh fish or cider appl…
Mediterranean in Colmar

Le Quai 21

This canalside restaurant on the edge of Petite Venise is a winner, with its trad-meets-contemporary decor of exposed stone, clean-lined bistro furnishings and pops of electric blue. The succinct menu has a Mediterr…
French in Colmar


Discreetly tucked away at the back of a courtyard in a 15th-century house and with pretty garden seating when the weather is fine, L'Arpège places the accent on well-balanced, organic food. It's a convivial spot for…
French in Colmar

Le Petit Bidon

What a delight this nouveau-rustic bistro is, with its friendly welcome and bright interior sporting bare wood tables and milk-pail-lined shelves. The menu puts a refined spin on seasonal flavours in dishes such as …
Alsatian in Colmar

La Soi

A winstub (wine tavern) in the best of Alsatian traditions, La Soi whips up mighty fine Flammekueche (tarte flambée) with just the right amount of crunch in cosy, wood-lined surrounds. You might, say, opt for a 'For…
Pastries in Colmar

Pâtisserie Gilg

Bitter-chocolate cake, desserts with fresh fruit, nuts or caramel, rainbow-hued macarons, magnificent millefeuilles – however will you choose? Gilg is Colmar's patisserie par excellence.
Alsatian in Colmar

Fleur de Sel

With its terrace perched above the canals of Petite Venise outside and cheek-by-jowl seating inside, this staunchly Alsatian bistro is known for its perfectly thin and crisp tartes flambées and belly-filling numbers…