Strasbourg and Alsace form an exceptional region that puts its local products in the spotlight, alongside passionate producers, and the entire hospitality industry. Our gourmet reputation extends far beyond our borders, shining across the world!

The culinary heritage of the Alsace goes beyond its well-known traditional dishes like sauerkraut, baeckeoffe, and flammekueche. Chefs masterfully reinvent the classics with a modern touch, breaking gourmet norms to serve inventive, daring, and skilfully orchestrated cuisine.

Nestled in a quaint side street or in the bustling centre, towns are brimming with both intimate establishments and restaurants fit for groups, all offering the warm welcome that characterises Alsace’s hospitality, where each meal is a celebration of our gourmet diversity.

With traditional brasseries and avant-garde restaurants, there’s something for everyone:

L’Ancienne Douane: a historic traditional Alsatian brasserie in Strasbourg’s city centre. The inn dates to 1401 and today is a not-to-be-missed winstub with an enormous amount of seating.

Les Haras: in the winner’s circle! A former national stud farm, this architectural gem overlooks the Petite France district and offers an elegant and refined bistro experience.

Chère Amie: certainly the most spectacular rehabilitation in recent years. The imposing old post office building has been transformed into a decidedly chic and modern brasserie that pays homage to the site’s postal past.

Le Meteor: a grandiose setting with its two floors and immersive decor! Le Meteor takes both locals and tourists on a journey through time to discover the brewing heritage of the brand.

Le Tigre: home of the Tigre Bock brand since 1921, Le Tigre was a vibrant staple in Strasbourg through the 1960s before its rebirth in 2018, with its magnificent glass dome still at its centre.

Maison Kammerzell: proudly standing on the cathedral square since 1427, visitors come to taste the iconic three-fish sauerkraut while savouring a piece of history!

The Drunky Stork: on the site of a former bank in the Neo-Baroque style, this unique place reinvents the concept of an English pub with a modern approach to a social club.