Alsace-Lorraine Restaurants

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  • 1. Au Crocodile


    At one of the temples of Alsatian-French haute cuisine, you get a real taste of old Alsace with a nouvelle spin. Founded in the early...Read More

  • 2. L'Auberge de L'Ill


    Marlene Dietrich and Spanish opera star Montserrat Caballé are just two of the famous guests who have feasted at this culinary temple, where the current...Read More

  • 3. Le Buerehiesel


    This lovely farmhouse, reconstructed in the Orangerie park, warrants a pilgrimage if you're willing to pay for the finest cooking in Alsace. Chef Eric Westermann...Read More

  • 4. Au Koïfhus


    Not to be confused with the shabby little Koïfhus winstub on Rue des Marchands, this popular landmark (the name means "customhouse") serves huge portions of...Read More

  • 5. Au Petit Tonnelier


    This modern restaurant on a touristy street offers up creative dishes with regional flourishes that are a hit with both locals and visitors. The small...Read More

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  • 6. Au Tire-Bouchon


    With its stone walls, wooden tables, and friendly waiters, "The Corkscrew" is the best place in town to sample Alsatian choucroute garnie. The menu also...Read More

  • 7. Brasserie l'Excelsior

    $$$ | Quartier Art-Nouveau

    Above all, you'll want to eat in this 1911 restaurant, part of the dependable Excelsior group, for its sensational Art Nouveau stained glass, mosaics, Daum...Read More

  • 8. Chez Yvonne


    Artists, tourists, lovers, and heads of state sit elbow-to-elbow in this classic winstub, founded in 1873. All come to savor steaming platters of local specialties....Read More

  • 9. L'Atelier du Peintre


    This slick gastronomic restaurant in the historic center strikes a chord with in-the-know locals. Art-decked walls provide a fitting backdrop for the artful dishes prepared...Read More

  • 10. La Vieille Tour


    Named for the 13th-century stone tower that flanks it, La Vieille Tour gives classic dishes a contemporary spin. Chefs Nicolas and Samy Ruhlmann seek inspiration...Read More

  • 11. Le Bistrot Gourmand


    This restaurant on the backstreet of a shady square is run by a French-British wife-husband team. The setting is unassuming, with a menu that draws...Read More

  • 12. Le Capu

    $$$ | Ville Royale

    Barely a stone's throw from Place Stanislas, this stylish landmark puts its best foot forward under chef Hervé Fourrière. The menu includes old favorites revisited...Read More

  • 13. Le Théâtre


    Facing Colmar's theater, this bistro is popular with locals and well-informed tourists. The Baroque-style interior plays up the drama with theatrical candelabras, red velvet drapes,...Read More

  • 14. Les Frères Marchand

    $$ | Vieille Ville

    Across from the Musée des Arts et Traditions Populaires, you can sink your teeth into authentic Lorraine dishes such as mouthwatering choucroute or pig's trotter...Read More

  • 15. Maison des Tanneurs


    This 16th-century, half-timber landmark (one of oldest riverside buildings in Petite France) is draped with geranium-filled flower pots and perennially popular. Come for generous and...Read More

  • 16. Maison Kammerzell


    What must be the most familiar house in Strasbourg—a richly carved, 15th-century, half-timber building adorned with sumptuous allegorical frescoes—is the setting for this restaurant. Fight...Read More

  • 17. Zuem Strissel


    A location near the cathedral and charming decor set the stage for the Alsatian wines and traditional fare, such as baeckeoffe and choucroute, that are...Read More

  • 18. Zum Pfifferhüs


    This is a true-blue winstub, with yellowed murals, glowing lighting, and wines available by the glass. The cooking is pure Alsace, with German-scale portions of...Read More

  • 19. Chez Hansi

    Closed Permanently

    Named after the Norman Rockwell--like illustrator whose clog-wearing folk children adorn most of the souvenirs of Alsace, this hypertraditional beamed tavern serves excellent down-home classics...Read More

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