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Le 1741 (1* Michelin)

At Michelin-starred restaurant Le 1741, the food is effortlessly in keeping with the identity of the restaurant: classy, classical, respectful of local traditions, but also modern and in touch with today’s tastes. The service is faultless, the wine list evolves over the course of the seasons, and the location exudes a unique charm thanks to its view of the Château Rohan. 

Open from 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 22:00
Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday (except during sessions at the European Parliament)  

22 Quai des Bateliers, 
67000, Strasbourg
Tel: +33 3 88 35 50 50 

Au Crocodile (1* Michelin)

Located in an ancient residence dating back to 1659, Au Crocodile can look back on over 200 years serving the public. Having started out as a simple hostel, Au Crocodile slowly built its reputation as a gourmet restaurant. Today, Au Crocodile boasts a Michelin star and an exceptional wine cellar comprising some 65,000 bottles.  

The head chef and his team offer food that is 100% made on site from fresh, seasonal produce. The menu features classic fine dining staples such as blue lobster, foie gras and truffles, as well as dishes inspired and sourced from the local area such as Théo Kieffer pigeon cooked in Alsatian beer and frog leg jambonnettes in butter. 

Au Crocodile is open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 22:00. 

67000 Strasbourg 

La Casserole

Located right at the centre of Strasbourg, this fine dining restaurant is run by two young restaurateurs with extensive experience of working at high-profile establishments. The food is authentic, elegant and original, and it is all served in a warm ambiance created by its refined décor. 

24, Rue des Juifs
67000 Strasbourg
Tel. 03 88 36 49 68

Open from Tuesday to Saturday for lunch (from 11:45) and dinner (from 19:00). 

L’Ecrin des Saveurs

Having built up many long years of experience at some of Strasbourg’s most renowned establishments, including Maison Kammerzell and Au Crocodile, Barbara and Thierry at last got to realise their dream by taking charge of L’Ecrin des Saveurs. Their aim is to treat their diners to creatively-prepared market food bursting with unique flavours and served in a friendly atmosphere. The menu is in constant evolution to keep up with the changing seasons, while the peaceful and shady outdoor dining area is perfect for al fresco dining on warm summer evenings. 

Chez Barbara et Thierry
5, rue Leitersperger,
67100 Strasbourg
Tel: 03 88 39 21 20 

Le Tire-Bouchon

The concept for Le Tire-Bouchon could not be simpler: authentic food served in a friendly environment. Boasting an idyllic location in Strasbourg’s old town, just a short walk from the Notre-Dame Cathedral, Le Tire-Bouchon immerses its diners in the authentic atmosphere of a traditional Alsatian winstub

Le Tire-Bouchon is open every day from 11:30 to 15:00 and from 18:00 to midnight. 

5 Rue des Tailleurs de Pierre
67000 Strasbourg
Tel. +33 3 88 22 16 32 

Website: https://www.letirebouchon.fr


Le Meiserlocker is another example of a typical Alsatian winstub, where locals traditionally gather to enjoy good food in a friendly atmosphere. As such, Le Meiserlocker is a one-stop shop for anyone seeking to discover the region of Alsace by way of its regional dishes and food culture.  

Le Meiserlocker is open 365 days a year, from 11:30 to 15:00 and from 18:00 to midnight. 

Le Meiserlocker is also a member of the French Association of Maîtres Restaurateurs, thereby guaranteeing fresh food prepared 100% on-site using traditional local produce. 

Le Meiserlocker
39 Rue Des Frères
67000 Strasbourg
Tel. +33 3 88 22 30 00

Chez l’Oncle Freddy

The friendly owners at this family restaurant in the Petite-France district are just waiting to (re)introduce you to the charming simplicity of Strasbourg’s local cuisine! 
The team at Chez l’Oncle Freddy would also love to see you at their kaffee klatsch (tea room) for afternoon refreshments in the Strasbourg sun (open every day between 15:00 and 18:00). 

The restaurant is open every day from 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 21:30. 

9 Rue des Moulins 
Strasbourg – 67000
Tel: 03 88 22 08 14

Maison Kammerzell

Idyllically located at the foot of Strasbourg Cathedral in the heart of the Europe district, the Maison Kammerzell is an unmissable landmark for all first-time visitors to Strasbourg. Considered to be “the most beautiful house in Strasbourg” and one of the most picturesque brasseries in the world, the building stands as a testament to the changing trends in regional art over the centuries.  

This famous landmark also houses a renowned restaurant. The menu – featuring foie gras, presskopf (head cheese), chicken in Riesling, baeckeoffe (mixed meat casserole) and waedele (pork knuckle) – showcases the region’s most iconic dishes, all prepared on site using fresh local produce. 

The restaurant is open every day from 12:00 to 14:30 and from 19:00 to 23:00. 

Maison Kammerzell
16 Place de la Cathédrale, 67000 Strasbourg
Tel: +33 (0)3 88 32 42 14 

La Coccinelle

Only a stone’s throw from the Notre-Dame Cathedral, La Coccinelle is an institution synonymous with the traditions of the Alsace region. Diners are invited to discover traditional dishes and twists on local specialties in a pleasant and friendly environment. 

The restaurant is closed on Monday evenings, Saturday lunchtimes and Sundays. 

Restaurant La Coccinelle
22 rue Sainte Madeleine
67000 Strasbourg
Tel: +33 (0)3 88 36 19 27  

L’Homme Sauvage

Legend has it that, once upon a time, the forests of Alsace reached all the way up to the district of Neudorf. On the outskirts of the forest, a wild man is said to have opened a winstub restaurant, renowned for food of exceptional quality. 

To this day, L’Homme Sauvage– or ‘the wild man’ – is the name given to this institution of Alsatian cuisine. Nowadays it stands as a temple to the flammekueche, the Alsace region’s crispy pizza-like dishes that come served with a variety of toppings including white cheese, creme fraiche, lardons, onions, mushrooms and emmental. 

58a, Rue Saint-Urbain 
67100 Strasbourg 

Tel. +33(0)

L’Ancienne Douane

Along with the city’s cathedral, the Palais des Rohan and the Petite-France district, L’Ancienne Douane is one of the most popular tourist landmarks in Strasbourg. With wood-decorated interiors and Alsatian tables and chairs, the restaurant and its winstub immediately immerse their visitors in an authentic local atmosphere. 

The chef has put together a tasty menu showcasing the very best in local produce. Diners are treated to a selection of dishes that change with the passing seasons, as well as offered regional specialties such as sauerkraut, snails à l’alsacienne, duck foie gras, baeckeoffe and flammekueche
Weather permitting, the restaurant also offers diners the opportunity to bask in the sumptuous surroundings of its waterside terrace, deep in the heart of Strasbourg’s historic town centre. 

The restaurant is open every day from 12:00 to 14:00 and from 19:00 to 22:00. 

Restaurant A l'Ancienne Douane
6 Rue de la Douane
67 000 Strasbourg 
Tel. +33 3 88 15 78 78

Website: www.anciennedouane.fr  


Located between the city railway station and the Petite-France district, Schnockeloch provides a warm welcome steeped in the purest traditions of the Alsace region. The house specialties? Snails, sauerkraut and, of course, the ubiquitous flammekuechen.

The restaurant is open every day from 11:30 to 14:30 and from 18:30 to 23:00.

1 Quai Saint Jean
67 000 Strasbourg



The Vélicious concept is built around 100% vegetarian cuisine made from organic, healthy and ethically-sourced produce. In other words, the ideal spot to relax in the afternoon with a hot drink or a freshly squeezed fruit juice, or to meet for lunch or dinner with friends.

The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday between 12:00 and 22:00.

43 Rue Geiler, 
67000 Strasbourg
Tel. +33 (0)9 72 53 07 35

PUR etc.

Everything about PUR etc. has a wonderfully crafted and homemade quality to it. The menu is primarily made up of fruit and vegetable dishes that are at once simple, healthy and gourmet. These include traditional dishes, reworked classics, salads, savoury snacks, sweet treats, freshly-squeezed fruit juices and classic hot drinks. Not to mention delicious brunches! The fruit and vegetables are all in season and perfectly ripe, with the menu evolving organically over the year in accordance with the produce offered by the restaurant’s select group of suppliers.

PUR etc.
11, Presqu'île Malraux 
67100 Strasbourg 
(Tram A/D Etoile-Bourse or Tram C/E Winston Churchill) 

The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday between 11:30 and 22:00, and on Sunday between 11:00 and 20:30 (Sunday brunch is served until 15:00).

La Hache

La Hache is a friendly Strasbourg bistrot serving seasonal fare to diners sitting at tables and at the large communal bar. The atmosphere is at once trendy and informal, the perfect blend of modernity and tradition. The menu showcases typical French produce, largely sourced from the local region and carefully selected in accordance with the passing seasons.

The cherry on the cake is a kitchen that remains open from midday all the way through to midnight!

La Hache
 1 Rue de la Douane
 67000 Strasbourg
 Tel: +33 (0)3 88 32 34 32

Le Stras

Located right at the heart of the Petite-France district of Strasbourg, Le Stras is on a never-ending mission to achieve the very highest levels of culinary authenticity and quality. The restaurant draws inspiration directly from fresh produce that is provided by local suppliers, skilfully prepared and then served with delicious meats and fish.

Le Stras is open every day, apart from Sundays and Monday evenings. The restaurant’s renovated interior is fashionable, warm and effortlessly blends modernity with tradition.
Le Stras
9 rue des Dentelles
67000 Strasbourg
Tel: +33 (0)3 88 35 34 46

Bistrot COCO

Bistrot COCO offers a delightfully chic bistrot ambiance in an idyllic location, just a stone’s throw from the Place Gutenberg. The lovingly decorated interior contributes to the cosy atmosphere, while the menu offers market cuisine made with ultra-fresh produce.

Lunch: from 12:00 to 14:00 (closed Sunday and Monday)
 Dinner: from 19:00 to 22:30 (closed Sunday and Monday)

Bistrot COCO
8 Rue de l'Écurie, 
67000 Strasbourg

Au Diable Bleu (Soul meat)

Au Diable Bleu (Soul Meat) is red meat paradise, with a menu almost exclusively made up of beef dishes. Diners simply choose their preferred type of meat – from sirloin to fillet or prime rib – and the size of the cut, before it is prepared to their liking and served with vegetables and homemade French fries. For the uninitiated, the knowledgeable staff are on hand to explain the tasting notes of each of the varieties of beef on offer, which include Aubrac and Charolais. And as one would expect, the restaurant also boasts a rich and varied wine menu.
This riverside restaurant is located at the foot of the Saint-Guillaume church, and also offers a Sunday brunch menu. Advanced booking is advised.
Au Diable Bleu is open every day from 12:00 to 14:30 and from 19:00 to 23:00 (with late opening until 01:00 on Fridays and Saturdays)
1, rue Saint-Guillaume 
67000 Strasbourg


Cinnamon has set itself the ambitious task of offering a completely fresh Indian dining experience. New dishes are constantly being introduced to the menu, while the wine list has been carefully selected to reflect the restaurant’s unique culinary philosophy. It is all served in romantic and modern surroundings right at the heart of Strasbourg.
11:30-14:30 and 18:30-midnight 
Closed for lunch on Tuesdays
15, Rue de la Division Leclerc 
67000 Strasbourg 
Tel: +33 (0) 3 88 32 89 79
website: http://www.cinnamonrestaurant.fr 

Dolce Italia

La Dolce Italia is the place to be for all pizza lovers. For the time it takes for you to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner, let this small neighbourhood restaurant transport you to the warmth of a far-off beach on the Mediterranean!

The restaurant is open every day from 12:00 to 22:30.
42 Rue de Benfeld, 
67100 Strasbourg
Tel: +33 (0)3 88 84 55 01

La cloche à fromage

As its name indicates, this city centre restaurant is a cheese lovers’ paradise. Indeed, diners are greeted on arrival by an enormous cloche à fromage (a glass bell jar used to cover cheese). Not impressed yet? According to the Guiness Book of Records 1989, it is the biggest of its kind on the planet!  
Fittingly, the menu is crammed full of specialty cheese dishes. These include not only multiple varieties of fondue (traditional, munsterépoisses, red wine) and Mont d’Or vacherin, but also cheese-based meat and fish recipes. 
The restaurant serves lunch from midday and dinner from 19:00.
La Cloche à Fromages
27 Rue des Tonneliers  
+33 (0)3 88 23 13 19


On any given day, L’Épicerie is crammed full of customers enjoying original sandwiches and delicious wines served in unique retro surroundings featuring bare walls, ancient ornaments and a heated terrace. But this is not just a lunch venue; for you late birds, the restaurant stays open after midnight every night of the week!
L’Épicerie is open every day from 11:30 to 01:30.
6 Rue du Vieux Seigle, 
67000 Strasbourg
Tel: +33 (0)3 88 32 52 41

Café Bale

Located on the Place d'Austerlitz, Café Bâle is a city institution. It is the perfect spot for a morning coffee, a healthy breakfast, an afternoon snack, lunch, dinner or even an evening drink with friends. This versatile establishment is at once a restaurant, bar, cafe, brasserie and co-working space. Welcoming, dynamic and sociable, Café Bâle faithfully embodies Strasbourg’s unique spirit.
The cafe is open every day from 07:30 to 01:30.
Tel: +33 (0)

24 rue d'Austerlitz 
67000 Strasbourg

Le Square Delicatessen

Lovers of Italian food and New York delis need look no further than Le Square. Their pizzas, topped with the freshest and most authentic produce, will delight even the most demanding of palates!

The restaurant is open every day from 09:00 to 00:30.

12 rue de Vieux Marché aux Grains 
67000 - Strasbourg

Tel: 03 74 11 66 69
Website: http://www.square-deli.com/ 

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