Top things to do in Obernai

Gastronomy in Obernai

La Fourchette des Ducs

A great believer in fastidious sourcing, chef Nicolas Stamm serves regional cuisine with gourmet panache and a signature use of herbs to a food-literate crowd at this two-Michelin-starred restaurant. The tasting men…
Square in Obernai

Place du Marché

Life spirals around this market square, put to use each Thursday morning, where you’ll find the 16th-century hôtel de ville (town-hall building) embellished with Baroque trompe l’œil; the Renaissance Puits à Six Sea…
Alsatian in Obernai

Winstub Le Freiberg

Brimming with warmth and bonhomie, this winstub is a rustic ensemble of timber beams, red-checked tablecloths, heart-carved wooden chairs and stone walls. It's popular, too, thanks to its solid menu of dishes prepar…
Alsatian in Obernai

A La Soupe à Mémé

Old-fashioned portraits hang on the walls of this quirky, colourful cafe. The food is simple but satisfying, whether you opt for one of the many tartes flambées, potato galettes or more substantial dishes like chouc…
French in Obernai

Winstub La Dîme

Precisely as an Alsatian winstub (wine tavern) should be: beamed and bustling with diners tucking into earthy dishes such as fat pork knuckles and Zweibelkuchen (onion tart). There's an €8 kids' menu.
Historic Site in Obernai

Ramparts

Stretch your legs by strolling around Obernai’s 13th-century ramparts, accessible from the square in front of the twin-spired, neo-Gothic Église St-Pierre et St-Paul.