Restaurants in Strasbourg
Winstub literally wine room, reproduces to the best Alsatian art de vivre. Originally, this is a room open to the public enabling owners, producers to sell their surplus wine production. Wine is served in pitcher all day long, accompanied by simple meals.
Today, the winstub is the typish Alsatian restaurant in local and bistro spirit. It includes the flavors of the past: small dishes such as potato pancakes and liver dumplings, or some richer dishes such as Baeckeoffe and sauerkraut.
You eat shoulder to shoulder on wooden tables covered with red checkered tablecloths. The winstub is a place where one still takes the time to live.
Meals often linger around a Stammtisch: around a table, the regulars are remaking the world.
For all winstubs it is almost mandatory to reserve a few days in advance.
In addition, the reception capacity is generally limited, it is best to go in small groups.
Au Coin des Pucelles
In the heart of the old city at the bend of an alley, the coin des pucelles (corner of maidens) is a very welcoming table where friendliness is a must.
The cuisine, tradition: mixed salad, presskopf, kneffle, followed by a baeckeoffe, a waddle, a sauerkraut or a duck breast with honey …
Hours: Monday through Saturday from 18:30 to 1am.
12, rue des Pucelles 67000 Strasbourg
+333 88 35 35 14
Au Pont du Corbeau
Behind a dark door, you will discover this nice hotel. The cozy atmosphere and decor of wood are part of the charm of this restaurant.
In the kitchen, the Pont du Corbeau will seduce you with its alsatian dishes and more specifically by the delicious fried potatoes.
Menus from 20 euros
21, quai Saint Nicolas
+333 88 35 60 68
Hours: Monday-Friday 12h-14h30, 18h45-23h;
Au Tire Bouchon
if this little winstub hiding in an alley near the cathedral, you must not fail to make a detour.
Known as “the smallest big table”, this address will enchant you with his card. Divinely served in generous portions, the Alsatian specialties available to you by the dozen.
Menus from 20 to 30 euros
5, rue des Stonecutters
+333 88 22 16 32
Hours: Monday-Sunday 12am-14.30, 6:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Au Saint Sépulcre
This is one who knows Winstub follow the letter of the Alsatian tradition. Old chairs, checkered tablecloths, glasses, everything is there to recreate the ambience of yesteryear.
Not far from the cathedral, this restaurant will delight you as much by its context than its typical dishes.
Meals 9 to 19 Euros
15, rue des Goldsmiths
+ 333 88 32 39 97
Hours: Monday-Saturday 11h-13h30, 16h-21h30
Restaurants for larger groups
Restaurant la Victoire
La Victoire attracts students from across the district.
There are the traditional thick-cut steaks, compound salads, prepared omelets.
There are often many people, the atmosphere is always assured.
It can also be relatively late supper, which is a little more in the neighborhood and for night owls.
24, quai des Pêcheurs – 67000 Strasbourg
+333 88 35 39 35
Restaurant de la Bourse
Some sample menus …
|26€ Menu||32€ Menu|
|Menu at 26 €
Sliced Pot-au-Feu with Horseradish
|Six snails Alsatian
Foie gras in Alsace Muscat
and caramelized onions
in white butter pie
1, place de Lattre de Tassigny
+333 88 36 40 53