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Camping du Ried 67860 Boofzheim France
Strasbourg, Alsace
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What to Eat and Drink in Strasbourg

Alsacian specialities are numerous and can be eaten in many traditional restaurants, in the city or in the neighbourhood. Particularly you oughtn't visit Alsace without having the sauerkraut (choucroute in French). Other specialities include the Alsacian pork-butcher's meat, Flamenküche or flams (tartes flambées in French) which is a sort of wafer thin pizza made with onion-cream sauce, Baekehof, beef and pork stew cooked, with potatoes and carrots, usually served for two or more persons and Fleischnackas, mixed beef meat presented like spirals and served with salads.

Traditional restaurants

Au petit bois vert, in the Petite France district : well cooked flams and alsacian specialities in a small room with smiling waiters. The cooker usually comes at the end of the evening. Great terrace during the summer under a big tree on the bank of the river. No reservation, mid-range prices. 1, Quai de la Bruche.

Le Sanglier (The boar), in the Carré d'Or district, near the cathedral. A small restaurant with a traditional setting. If you want a Baekehof, you must inform the restaurant 24h before. Mid-range prices. Rue du Sanglier.

A l'ancienne douane (To the old customs house), near the cathedral, next to the Ill river. A big restaurant for tourist groups. You are almost sure to find a place here even if you have no reservation. Mid-range prices. Rue de la Douane.

Modern restaurants

Mooze, near Place Kleber : sushi restaurant. Sushi moves on a conveyor belt in front of you. Rue de la demi-lune.
Tiger wok Asian food. They cook your dish in front of you. Rue du faisan.

Budget

  • La Gallia, the oldest university restaurant of France, in a 19th century building, built by the Germans (this explains the ceiling's decoration, with the 2nd Reich armoiries). It is the last university restaurant of France that is managed by students. Not a culinary triumph, but really cheaper prices. Quai du Maire Dietrich, near the Gallia tramway station (C-line).
  • Zorba. Rue de Zurich. A little Greek restaurant in the Krutenau area. Sandwichs,souvlaki, kabaab.
  • Al Boustane. Rue de la Krutenau. A Lebanese restaurant. Sandwichs, kabaab.
  • Flam's. Rue des Frères (near the Cathédrale). Restaurant with a flam theme, you can get any sort you might imagine. The winelist is amazing for a budget joint.
  • L'Epicerie, 6 Rue du vieux seigle, sidestreet of Rue des Francs Burgeois. Main dish are various sandwiches "tartines", each costs about 4€. Food from noon to night. Tables on street and inside. Here two pictures: 1, 2

Mid range

  • Chez Yvonne, in the Carré d'Or district, near the cathedral. Usually frequented by Jacques Chirac, when he comes to Strasbourg, because of its well known tête de veau (cooked veal head). More expensive.
  • Rue du Sanglier. Considered by some to not be very good.
  • La petite Mairie
  • Chez Tante Lisele, in the Grand Rue. Very friendly.

Drink

  • Beer: Alsace is the first beer-producing region of France and Strasbourg has many breweries. Best known are Kronenbourg and Fischer, whose factories can be visited for free, with free drinks at the end of the tour.
  • Alsacian white wine: usually drunk with alsacian food, but also with fish.


Modified: 2007-02-11 13:12:05+01
Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Strasbourg

 


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