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  • If you have enough of the very...

    by maksim_caine Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    If you have enough of the very beautiful, but also very touristy old town restaurants with all their 'choucroute folklore' try 'Café Brant' next to the university, a typically Parisian café named after the author of the 'Narrenschiff' ('Ship of Fools').
    They serve really good salads and draught beer.

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    Eat at Flunch, which is a...

    by mignonne Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Eat at Flunch, which is a chain of restaurants which adapts the 'buffet style' Good food and reasonable price. You can find one at the town centre near to the Tram station 'Homme De Fer'. I'm just standing in front of the building of Flunch.

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    Try the tarte Flambée, the...

    by mignonne Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Try the tarte Flambée, the Choucroute and also the desserts of the BRASSERIE AU DAULPHIN. Prices are reasonable and good food is served!

    It is situated just oppsite the famous cathedral. F-67000 Strasbourg, 13, Place de la cathédrale
    Tel: 03-88-21-01-46

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    Marco Polo.: Marco Polo.

    by steventilly Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    A vegetarian meal in Strasbourg.

    Favorite Dish: Pizza Chevre. Pizza with goats cheese, though being Alsace there was some concern it may be Pizza with goat! Washed down with a glass of Reisling, and sat on a terrace overlooking L'Ill and the Pont Couvert, this was a meal made in heaven.

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    by steventilly Written Aug 24, 2002

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    A carnivore's delight, a vegetarian's worst nightmare.

    Favorite Dish: Oh my god! Alsacienne food!! Do these people eat anything other than meat? Strasbourg is a virtual desert for the vegetarian, the choice being limited to the one or two Italian restaurants that we came across and the simply delicious cake shops. How can one region make such great cakes and such disgusting meat dishes?

    There are five great dishes of Alsace, and most restaurants serve them all. It soon becomes apparent that you don't need to look at the menu anymore when deciding where to eat, you just choose on location, ambience, etc. The menu will be the same as any other place (by and large, anyway). Here are the five Alsace dishes.

    Choucroute (see picture below). Sourkraut (fermented cabbage) served with a variety of different meats (at one sittng) and boiled potatoes.

    Baekoffe. A hearty stew made from several different meats, with a little bit of veg thrown in for good measure.

    Flammekuche (tarte flambe). Thin, pizza-like base spread with cream cheese and covered in onions and - you guessed it - a variety of meat. We managed to get one of these in Colmar without the meat - it was OK.

    Bibelskaas. Sautee potatoes served with fine herbs, fromage frais and crudities. The english translation called it 'cottage cheese and chips'! We had it and the sautee potatoes had - yes you guessed it again - meat in it. The menu never mentioned this! I picked the meat out, my wife just left her entire meal. It's bizzare, you get enough fromage frais to feed a family of four. And you get that each! You cover your potatoes with it (the potatoes are hot, the fromage frais is cold - so it all ends up lukewarm). The crudities turned out to be grated vegetables soaked in vineger. Yuk again. Sorry, we hated bibelskaas. And we were petrified the couple on the next table might be having the 'calves head'!!!!

    Kugelhopf. A sort of brioche done on a muffin pan, comes in two varieties, sec, with almonds and sugar, or sel, with meat, naturellement.

    Other delights included pieds de porc (pigs feet), tete de vache (cows head) and foi de poulain (foals liver).

    As Marie Antoinette said, 'let them eat cake'. We did, often, and with some gusto!!

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    Salon De The Barthelemy.: Salon De The Barthelemy.

    by steventilly Written Aug 24, 2002

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    It's a lovely little Salon de The (Tea room), gentile and quiet inside, with polite and attentive service.

    Favorite Dish: Tea and Cakes. Wow, what cakes they serve here! We ended up eating here on several occasions and it was a delight every time. They also do hot food, though I think it's only on an evening.

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    A few minutes drive outside...

    by Angela74 Written Aug 24, 2002

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    A few minutes drive outside Strasbourg city there is a place called 'LE NOUVEAU CHALET', with one of the best discos in France, 4 restaurants, 4 bars and 1 karaoke. I have been for dinner at the 'Villa Cuba', greatly decorated an the dinner was excellent! They gave us a free entrance for the disco (which would have cost 100 FFR which is rather expensive, but it's a nice place).

    Favorite Dish: Everything is excellent!

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    Season Sushi: Sushi

    by bonio Written Sep 3, 2013

    Enjoyed a sushi meal here, friendly and simple place a little way from the city centre. Great value and great food, well worth finding.

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    Au Canon: Out of the Old Town

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are some restaurants that belong to the same group, but this is the only one that is outside the city centre, therefore, less busy, maybe cheaper?

    Restaurant Au Canon (Strasbourg, France)

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    kammerzell: you cannot miss it, place de la cathédrale

    by fabrice Updated Nov 23, 2010

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    almost always fully-booked on saturday night , up to 500 meals are served every day ; I have been working there during 3 years

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    Ancienne Douane: Very Alsace

    by traveloturc Written Jun 12, 2007

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    Ancien Douane means old Custom ...This restaurant is situated on the river with an excellent view and serves alsatians food.
    You can enjoy also the wines of the regions

    Favorite Dish: Choucroute

    ancien douane

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    La Place: Fans on the street

    by Redang Written Oct 9, 2005

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    I had never seen before fans outside a restaurant. Can you imagine how hot must be in July? But it's a very nice terrace anyway.

    La Place (Strasbourg, France)

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    Petite France: Alsatian Choucroute

    by knerten Written Oct 9, 2004

    Alsatian Choucroute or "Sauerkraut" in German. A heap of sauerkraut, fatty pork ham, sausages, potatoes. Best eaten with strong mustard.

    Choucroute

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    La Place: Popular among locals

    by german_eagle Updated Sep 29, 2003

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    It looked very charming and we tried to find a table, but no luck. Reservations of locals! We found out that it is very popular among locals, especially for lunch break.

    Appealing, eh?
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    Restaurant La Victoire: Typical French Restaurant

    by Leipzig Updated Jun 23, 2003

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    Had there the menue of the day (speciality of the Alsace) including a starter and a bottle of beer for € 9.45 only. So this was very cheap and the menue was delicious.

    Restaurant La Victoire

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