27 Best Restaurants in Strasbourg, France (from a Local)

Looking for the best restaurants in Strasbourg?

Well, you’ve come to the right place.

I’ve been living in Strasbourg since 2019 and I love going out to eat. I’m always looking for new places to try, whether it’s a family-run bistro or an upscale restaurant. And today I want to share with you my favorites.

In this guide, I’ll show you where to find the best tarte flambée, the most delicious fondue, and much more. I’ve even included places like Maison Kammerzell, where you can dine with a view of the Strasbourg Cathedral.

So, let’s get started.

The Best Restaurants in Strasbourg, France
Best Places to Eat in Strasbourg

Best Restaurants in Strasbourg Overview

There’s no shortage of amazing places to eat in Strasbourg.

But, if you’re short on time, here’s a helpful overview of my guide.

  • Binchstub Broglie – Best Tarte Flambée
  • Hey Mama – Best Brunch
  • Brasserie Des Haras – Best Modern Alsatian Dishes
  • La Cloche à Fromage – Best for French Cheeses
  • Maison Kammerzell – Best Restaurant next to the Strasbourg Cathedral

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    27 Top Places to Eat in Strasbourg

    1. Le Stras’

    Delicious Entree at Le Stras
    The Entrée
    Delicious Main Dish at Le Stras
    The Main Course

    In the heart of Petite France, you’ll be dining in a popular area, yet, at Le Stras’, you’ll be secluded.

    There’s a chic yet welcoming ambiance. And the menu is just the same. It changes with the seasons and the chef uses only the finest produce. The dishes are fresh and full of flavor.

    The only negative I found was the wine list. It was very limited, but that’s hardly a reason not to visit.

    Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

    Cost: Mid-Range

    Address: 9 Rue des Dentelles

    Nearest Tram Station: Homme de Fer (Lines A, C, and D)

    2. Restaurant de la Victoire

    Located on the banks of the canal, Restaurant de la Victoire offers simple yet mouthwatering traditional Alsatian cuisine.

    Wooden tables topped with red checkered tablecloths invite you to step back in time and experience an authentic Strasbourg. The menu is full of regional specialties like choucroute garnie and faux filet. It’s so good, this is where locals come to dine!

    The recipes are hearty, and the plates are massive, so I always come on an empty stomach. It’s the only way I can finish everything.

    Needless to say, this is the best Alsatian restaurant in Strasbourg.

    Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

    Cost: Mid-Range

    Address: 24 Quai des Pêcheurs

    Nearest Tram Station: Gallia (Lines C, E, and F)

    3. Hey Mama

    Brunch at Hey Mama
    The Jerk Bowl
    Pain Perdu at Hey Mama
    Pain Perdu (French Toast)

    There’s no denying that breakfast is the best meal of the day. So, what could be better? Brunch of course!

    Hey Mama has the most incredible brunch in Strasbourg. The menu is full of mouthwatering options and emphasizes Jamaican-style cuisine. My favorite was the Jerk Bowl and the Pain Perdu.

    There’s limited seating and brunch is only served on the weekends so make sure to book in advance.

    Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

    Cost: Mid-Range

    Address: 3 Rue des Pucelles

    Nearest Tram Station: Gallia (Lines C, E, and F)

    4. Le Garde Fou

    Labeled as one of the best bars in Strasbourg, Le Garde Fou specializes in French artisanal beers. They have 14 handcrafted beers on tap as well as a variety of bottled beers.

    But that’s not the only draw.

    The friendly atmosphere, delicious snacks, and excellent location are just a few of the reasons why this bar is always packed.

    It’s a popular spot in Strasbourg, so, I always arrive as early as I can.

    Reservations: Not required

    Cost: Mid-Range

    Address: 8 Rue du Faubourg-National

    Nearest Tram Station: Ancienne Synagogue / Les Halles (Lines A and D)

    5. La Rivière

    The beautiful interior at La Rivière
    La Rivière

    If you’re looking for an exotic culinary experience, look no further than La Rivière.

    This unique restaurant offers a menu with dishes from all over the world, each with its own distinctive flavor. Whether you’re in the mood for Vietnamese, Korean, or Japanese cuisine, La Rivière won’t disappoint.

    But what I loved the most was the wine pairing. I opted for the wine to be chosen by one of their experts and it was incredible. Every bite was an explosion of flavor.

    Reservations: Required

    Cost: Luxury

    Address: 3 Rue des Dentelles

    Nearest Tram Station: Homme de Fer (Lines A, C, and D)

    6. La Cloche à Fromage

    Delicious Salad with Saint Marcellin Cheese at La Cloche à Fromage
    The Entrée
    Crème Brûlée Dessert at La Cloche à Fromage
    The Dessert

    For cheese lovers only!

    At La Cloche à Fromage, expert cheesemakers will guide you on a cheese journey. You’ll learn about, taste, and experience one of the most heavenly foods on the planet.

    They offer a variety of dishes, ranging from traditional fondues to elegant seasonal recipes. The products are fresh, and the cheese is aged onsite.

    I’ve eaten here a few times and I’m always impressed with the flavor combinations. Even the crème brulée (in the photo above) was made with cheese.

    Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

    Cost: Mid-Range

    Address: 27 Rue des Tonneliers

    Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

    Useful Tip: If you’re planning on spending three days in Strasbourg, make sure to book ahead. I, personally, had to book a month in advance. There’s a reason why La Cloche à Fromage is one of the best places to eat in Strasbourg!

    7. Binchstub Broglie

    Fondue Tarte Flambee at Binstub Broglie
    The Fondue Tarte Flambée
    Dessert Tarte Flambee at Binstub Broglie
    The Dessert!

    Binchstub Broglie is one of the best restaurants in Strasbourg for tartes flambées.

    This regional specialty is like pizza but with an Alsatian twist. It consists of a thin crispy crust topped with crème fraîche, bacon strips, caramelized onions, and, of course, cheese.

    While the traditional recipe is on the menu at Binchstub Broglie, they have a bunch of variations. My favorite was the fondue tarte flambée.

    Make sure to save room for one of their famous dessert tartes flambées! They are absolutely divine.

    Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

    Cost: Mid-Range

    Address: 28 Impasse de l’Écrevisse

    Nearest Tram Station: Broglie (Lines B, C, and F)

    8. Le Kuhn

    Alsatian cuisine has a reputation for being heavy and served in a less-than-elegant manner. At Le Kuhn, they’ve transformed these recipes into something that’s refined and sophisticated.

    You’ll get to taste traditional Alsatian cuisine in a whole new light. Their dishes are prepared with fresh, local ingredients and the chefs go above and beyond to bring out their flavors.

    Then, of course, there’s the wine. It’s second to none, offering the perfect accompaniment to any meal.

    Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

    Cost: Mid-Range (Wine is very expensive)

    Address: 15 Rue Kuhn

    Nearest Tram Station: Gare Centrale (Lines, A, C, and D)

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      9. Vino Strada Stub

      Delicious Entree at Vino Strada Stub
      Mouthwatering Dishes at Vino Strada Stub

      Vino Strada Stub offers traditional Alsatian cuisine with a modern twist. And since it’s a cave à vin, their wine selection is also impressive.

      The menu changes regularly and it’s based on fresh seasonal ingredients, so you know you’re getting the best of the best. The setting is refined, and the dishes are inventive. There’s no doubt that you’ll be blown away by the flavors and creativity!

      Reservations aren’t required, but I always book ahead. The few times I came without one, they were always full.

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 8 Rue du Temple Neuf

      Nearest Tram Station: Broglie (Lines B, C, and F)

      10. Piano Grill

      This is a starter dish at the Piano Grill in Strasbourg. There is raw white fish and sliced mango. There is salad and a lime on top. It's all on a white dish.
      The Starter
      This is a main dish that I had at the Piano Grill. It is a lamb dish with roasted chestnuts in a sauce. It's all on a white dish and there is a leaf of parsley on top.
      The Main Dish

      Located in Place Saint-Etienne, close to Strasbourg’s Notre Dame Cathedral, the Piano Grill should be on the top of every foodie’s list.

      They specialize in Argentinian meat dishes, but there are also pasta, risotto, and fish options.

      The chef creates seasonal cuisine with an emphasis on fresh high-quality ingredients.

      I’ve eaten here so many times I’ve lost count. I’ve tried their meat and vegetarian dishes. Both are incredible. So far, my favorites have been lamb with roasted chestnuts, salmon curry, and saffron risotto.

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Luxury

      Address: 8 Place Saint-Étienne

      Nearest Tram Station: Gallia (Lines C, E, and F)

      11. Brasserie Des Haras

      The terrace at Brasserie Des Haras
      Brasserie Des Haras

      Situated in the ever-elegant Haras Hotel, this charming brasserie offers a mix of traditional and modern French cuisine that will delight your taste buds.

      The menu transforms Alsace’s otherwise hearty cuisine into refined, sophisticated dishes. The atmosphere is warm and inviting with exposed brick walls and wooden beams overhead. And the staff is friendly and welcoming.

      It’s perfectly designed to ensure your dining experience is nothing short of amazing. So, if you’re looking for the best brasserie in Strasbourg, this is it!

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Luxury

      Address: 23 Rue des Glacières (located in Hotel Haras)

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      12. Café Bretelles

      Café Bretelles offers something quite unique compared to the other restaurants on this list. They promote sustainability by serving food that is locally sourced.

      From the vegetables to the chocolate treats, everything is made right here in Alsace. There’s definitely, as the French would say, a bobo vibe here. But that shouldn’t deter you. The food is delicious, and the coffee is fantastic.

      You’ll come for a quick bite but find yourself spending the afternoon.

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Budget

      Address: 57 Rue de Zurich

      Nearest Tram Station: Université (Lines C, E, and F)

      13. Ibérica L’épicerie

      Olives at Ibérica L'épicerie
      Olives!
      Charcuterie Board at Ibérica L'épicerie
      Charcuterie Board

      This Spanish-style épicerie is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon snack or goûter, as they say in French. Here you’ll find a fine selection of meat and cheese boards as well as other Spanish snacks like olives. Pair any of these with a glass of Spanish wine and you’re in heaven.

      They also have a restaurant around the corner called Ibérica, where you can have a full meal. Both the épicerie and the restaurant are fantastic!

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 124 Grand Rue (Ibérica L’épicerie), 9 Rue de la Douane (Ibérica)

      Nearest Tram Station: Homme de Fer (Lines A, C, and D)

      14. Zuem Ysehuet

      Zuem Ysehuet is one of the most stylish restaurants in Strasbourg. From the moment you enter, you’re seduced by its beauty, charm, and welcoming atmosphere.

      The menu is French-inspired with a hint of international influence. The ingredients are fresh and of the highest quality. If you’re looking for a luxurious romantic dining experience, you won’t be disappointed.

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Luxury

      Address: 21 Quai Mullenheim

      Nearest Tram Station: Gallia (Lines C, E, and F)

      15. L’Épicier Grand Cru

      Interior of L'Épicier Grand Cru
      L’Épicier Grand Cru

      For a unique and delicious culinary experience, look no further than L’Épicier Grand Cru. This little shop specializes in gourmet cheeses and charcuterie, and the dishes are amazing.

      In fact, they serve the best fondue in Strasbourg!

      Their wine selection is also quite impressive. If you can’t decide on which wine to pair with the cheese you’ve chosen, the staff will offer their expertise!

      Useful Tip: Beware that the price on the wine bottles is for takeaway not dining in.

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservation here)

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 47 Grand Rue

      Nearest Tram Station: Homme de Fer (Lines A, C, and D)

      16. Aux Armes de Strasbourg

      Aux Armes de Strasbourg is one of the best restaurants in Strasbourg.

      Located next to Place Gutenberg, this traditional brasserie serves some delicious dishes. Its rustic interior makes you feel like you’re at home. And in the summer, the terrace is a great place to watch the city unfold.

      The highlight of the menu is, without a doubt, their cordon bleu.

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 9 Place Gutenberg

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      17. La Cuiller à Pot

      La Cuiller à Pot is dedicated to serving locally sourced and seasonal dishes. The menu changes regularly, based on the produce available at the local market.

      In 2018, the restaurant underwent renovations to create a beautiful contemporary atmosphere. There’s limited seating, ensuring that each customer receives the best service.

      If you’re looking for an intimate setting without the cost, La Cuiller à Pot is for you.

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 18b Rue Finkwiller

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      18. Les BerThoM

      Pint of Beer at Les BerThoM
      Beer!

      Set in a rustic-style half-timbered house, Les BerThoM is one of the best bars in Strasbourg.

      Here you’ll have your choice of beverages, but it’s their selection of beer that shines. The cozy atmosphere and the friendly bartenders are so welcoming, you’ll feel at home the moment you enter.

      Not only that but it’s less than five minutes from the cathedral!

      Sunday afternoons are my favorite time to go. It’s quiet and I usually have the place to myself.

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 18 Rue des Tonneliers

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      19. Tzatzi

      For something a little different stop by Tzatzi. This restaurant is entirely dedicated to Mediterranean-style cuisine. From flatbreads and hummus to salads and baklava, your taste buds will be bursting with flavor.

      The interior is colorful and inviting. It feels like you’re on the Mediterranean coast. And, in summer, there’s nothing like enjoying one of their delicious cocktails on the terrace.

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Budget

      Address: 1 Rue de la Demi Lune

      Nearest Tram Station: Homme de Fer (Lines A, C, and D)

      20. Bloom

      Bloom Cafe in Strasbourg
      Bloom Café

      As one of the best cafes in Strasbourg, Bloom is known for serving the most delicious pancakes and pastries. They also have a variety of salads if you’re stopping by for a light lunch.

      The setting is modern and contemporary with a warm atmosphere. The staff is friendly, but the service can be slow, due to their popularity. In the summer, the covered terrace is the perfect place to spend the afternoon.

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 2 Place des Meuniers

      Nearest Tram Station: Homme de Fer (Lines A, C, and D)

      21. Au Pain De Mon Grand-père

      Au Pain de mon Grand-Père serves the best croissants in Strasbourg. They are committed to preparing organic bread and pastries with the highest quality ingredients.

      From the moment you enter, the aromas of freshly baked bread are so intoxicating you can’t help but take more than what you came for.

      Make sure to get there early in the morning, they sell out quickly!

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Budget

      Address: 1 Rue des Hallebardes

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      22. La Maison des Tanneurs

      Panoramic View of La Maison des Tanneurs
      La Maison des Tanneurs

      La Maison des Tanneurs or House of Tanneurs is one of the best Instagram spots in Strasbourg. So much so that it’s considered a symbol of this Alsatian town.

      This 400-year-old building was dubbed a historical monument in 1927 and transformed into a restaurant in 1949. The menu features Alsatian cuisine in its most authentic form.

      Not only that but you’ll be dining in the most picturesque neighborhood in the city, La Petite France.

      In summer, the terrace is open, giving one of the most unique views of the city.

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Luxury

      Address: 42 Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes

      Nearest Tram Station: Homme de Fer (Lines A, C, and D)

      23. L’Écrin des Saveurs

      A true gastronomic experience! That’s the best way to define a meal at l’Ecrin des Saveurs.

      The menu changes every Wednesday. Then, there are ‘themed’ evenings throughout the month, which are centered on products found at the market.

      The dishes are elegant, and the recipes are captivating. It’s dining as you’ve never done before!

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Luxury

      Address: 5 Rue Leitersperger

      Nearest Tram Station: Lycée Couffignal (Lines A and E)

      24. Brasserie de la Lanterne

      Terrace of Brasserie de la Lanterne
      The Terrace

      Brasserie de la Lanterne is the perfect place to hang out and enjoy a meal with friends.

      They specialize in traditional tartes flambées, burgers, and craft beer. It’s a charming, relaxed atmosphere that makes you feel like you’re at home.

      There’s a reason why locals flock here on Friday and Saturday nights!

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Budget

      Address: 5 Rue de la Lanterne

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      25. Boulangerie Pâtisserie Rémy BATT

      Croissant, Pain au chocolat, and Pomme chausson from Boulangerie Pâtisserie Rémy BATT in Strasbourg
      Croissant, Pain au Chocolat, and Pomme Chausson from Rémy BATT

      Touted as the best bakery by locals, Boulangerie Pâtisserie Rémy BATT should be at the top of your list. To put it bluntly, their croissants are addictive. From the moment this flaky warm pastry touches your lips, you’ll feel like you’re in heaven.

      It’s located in Neudorf, about 15 minutes from the center of Strasbourg. So, it’s definitely off-the-beaten-path. And there’s always a line, so get there early!

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Budget

      Address: 5 Rue de Rathsamhausen

      Nearest Tram Station: Landsberg (Lines, A, C, D and E)

      26. Maison Kammerzell

      Maison Kammerzell at Sunrise
      Maison Kammerzell

      Maison Kammerzell is the oldest building in Strasbourg. Built in the 14th century, its gothic-style architecture is something not to be missed.

      It was once used for civil purposes, but now houses one of the most famous restaurants in Strasbourg.

      The menu is delectable with an emphasis on traditional savory Alsatian cuisine. Then, of course, there are the views of Strasbourg’s magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral.

      If there’s one place you have to try, this would be it. Both for the food and the view!

      Reservations: Required (Make your reservations here)

      Cost: Mid-Range

      Address: 16 Place de la Cathédrale

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      27. Les 3 Ptis Cochons

      Delicious Pretzels at Les 3 Ptis Cochons
      Les 3 Ptis Cochons

      One of the most popular snacks in Strasbourg is the pretzel.

      Why?

      Because there’s some evidence that suggests the pretzel comes from Alsace! So, of course, trying a pretzel in Strasbourg is a must! And what better place than Les 3 Ptis Cochons?

      They have a variety of options that will make your mouth water just by looking through the window. It’s a great place to stop for a snack or a light lunch!

      Reservations: Not required

      Cost: Budget

      Address: 24 Rue d’Austerlitz

      Nearest Tram Station: Porte de l’Hôpital (Lines A and D)

      Map of the Best Restaurants in Strasbourg

      Below is a map of the best restaurants in Strasbourg. It’s organized by type of food and budget. To open Google Maps, click here, or on the map.

      Map of the Best Restaurants in Strasbourg
      Map of the Best Restaurants in Strasbourg

      Frequently Asked Questions

      What are the Michelin Star Restaurants in Strasbourg?

      Strasbourg has five restaurants with a Michelin Star, and they are listed below.

      • Au Crocodile (Address: 10 Rue de l’Outre)
      • Umami (Address: 8 Rue des Dentelles)
      • 1741 (Address: 22 quai des Bateliers)
      • Les Funambules (Address: 17 Rue Geiler)
      • Buerehiesel (Address: 4 Parc de l’Orangerie)

      All the restaurants listed here have one Michelin Star. So, if you want to try a 2-star restaurant, La Table d’Olivier Nasti in Kaysersberg is fantastic.

      What is a specialty from the city of Strasbourg?

      There are many specialty dishes from Strasbourg, but some of the most well-known include choucroute, tarte flambée, and Baeckeoffe. If you’re looking to try one of these dishes, head to Restaurant de la Victoire, Aux Armes de Strasbourg, Maison Kammerzell, or La Maison des Tanneurs.

      What is Strasbourg famous for food?

      The most famous foods in Strasbourg are pretzels, choucroute, tarte flambée, and kougelhopf. They are absolute must-try foods!

      How much do you tip in Strasbourg?

      I’ve been living in France for several years, and I have never left a tip. So, it’s not common to tip in Strasbourg. If the service is excellent and the food is outstanding, sometimes people leave a tip, usually €1 to €5.

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        Conclusion: Best Restaurants in Strasbourg

        As the cultural hub of Alsace, Strasbourg boasts some of the best restaurants in the region.

        So, whether you’re looking for something unique or more traditional, this city has it all. From Alsatian cuisine to modern fusions and buttery croissants, you won’t be disappointed.

        And this guide has everything you need to plan your gastronomic adventure!


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        Jen Ciesielski is the creator of Dabbling in Jet Lag. She has lived abroad for over ten years, traveled to more than 50 countries, and speaks French and English fluently. Her areas of expertise include moving abroad, learning languages, and travel planning. Originally from the United States, she now lives in France, where she has been for more than six years. She has also traveled extensively around the country. She shares her experiences as an expat living in France and helps thousands of people plan their trips every month.

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