Restaurants

Top Choice Gastronomy in Strasbourg

1741

Sparky young chef Guillaume Scheer runs the show at this Michelin-starred number facing the River Ill. Murals, playful fabrics and splashes of colour add warmth to the dining room, where waiters bring well-executed,…
Top Choice French in Strasbourg

Vince'Stub

This sweet, petite bistro has a cosy beamed interior, a nicely down-to-earth vibe and a menu packed with Alsatian classics – see the blackboard for daily specials. It does a roaring trade in comfort food, from spot-…
Mediterranean in Strasbourg

Le Gavroche

Nathalie and Benoît Fuchs give food a pinch of creativity and southern sunshine at intimate, softly lit Le Gavroche, awarded one Michelin star. Mains like veal in a mint crust with crispy polenta and coriander-infus…
French in Strasbourg

Winstub S'Kaechele

Traditional French and Alsatian grub doesn't come more authentic than at this snug, amiable winstub (wine tavern), run with love by couple Karine and Daniel. Cue wonderfully cosy evenings spent in stone-walled, lamp…
Bistro in Strasbourg

L'Eveil des Sens

With a name promising to awaken your senses, this Petite France bistro promises great things – and it delivers. Tables draped in white linen and fresh flowers create an intimate, romantic mood for dishes big on inte…
Modern French in Strasbourg

Perles de Saveurs

Tucked away in a Petite France courtyard, this cheerful restaurant is vibrantly graced with the comical paintings of local artists Elisa and Marie-Hélène. Clean, snappy flavours dominate the menu, along the lines of…
Fusion in Strasbourg

Umami

Simplicity is the ethos at Michelin-starred Umami, loosely translated as ‘savoury’, the fifth taste in Japanese cuisine. A starkly minimalist, art-strewn bistro sets the scene for taste sensations like red-curry gam…
French in Strasbourg

La Cuiller à Pot

Run by a talented husband-and-wife team, this little Alsatian dream of a restaurant rustles up fresh regional cuisine. Its well-edited menu goes with the seasons but might include such dishes as fillet of beef with …
Gastronomy in Strasbourg

Au Crocodile

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 turbot with algae, c…
Cheese in Strasbourg

La Cloche à Fromage

Au revoir diet. Loosen a belt notch or three for Strasbourg’s gooiest fondues and raclette at this temple to fromage, saving an inch for the 200-variety cheese board of Guinness Book of World Records fame.