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  • Aux Armes de Strasbourg: Charlotte au chocolat

    by koalatte Written Jan 3, 2004

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    This restaurant is a type of Brasserie Alsacienne where you can eat all sort of local food but also some other dishes but it is mainly alsacien. I used to eat there at least once a month if possible and I think that it is a family owned restaurant. They are really kind and I remember once we arrived in this restaurant and they already closed the kitchen but they accepted to serve us which is uncommon in France!
    Food is great there and I still haven't have time to try all the dishes :((

    Favorite Dish: My favorite dish in this restaurant is a dessert : Charlotte au chocolat which is wonderfuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuul. I used to eat nothing during dinner just so I still have room and so I can have a big piece of my charlotte.

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    L'Ancienne Douanne: An oasis in the busy city

    by german_eagle Written Sep 29, 2003

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    It is a large restaurant with very good service, declicious food and - best thing - a fantastic terrace right above the Ill river.

    Favorite Dish: We had lunch there - salad plus fish filet with pasta, my friend salad plus chicken pie and pasta - and it was of excellent quality.

    The terrace above the river
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    RISS PATISSIER & CHOCOLATIER: DON'T MISS AFTERNOON TEA HERE!

    by balhannah Updated Jun 18, 2013

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    It was the middle of the afternoon and our legs were so tired! Time for a coffee, but where? We spotted "Riss!" Soon we were across the road looking in the window at the very attractive selection of cakes, this was good enough to make us venture inside.
    Inside, the selection was huge, hard for us to make our minds up, but we did and put in our order for a coffee too. We were given a number and told to make our way upstairs and our afternoon tea would be brought to us.
    Upstairs in this old building was an open centre piece which had railing surrounding it. From here, I could look down onto the ground floor of the shop.
    Our afternoon tea was very nice! After spending a while here, it was time to go downstairs to pay our bill and then do more exploring of Strasbourg.
    Would I return - Most definitely!

    Riss Riss Upstairs at Riss Afternoon tea at Riss
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    La Casserole: Fine cooking near the Cathedral

    by mariev Written Feb 15, 2008

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Not especially alsacian, more generally french.
    La Casserole is situated in a very touristy area but patrons are 95% locals : families, small groups of friends, couples...
    The restaurant is not obvious from outside and the deco is very subdued, the ambience is on the quiet and intimate side but the cooking is refined and excellent.

    A very good place for a little splurge

    The restaurant is closed on sundays

    Favorite Dish: The fish dishes are especially recommended.
    The menu changes often depending on the freshest season products available

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    Brasserie Au Dauphin: Cozy artsy atmosphere serving up comfort food

    by sunlovey Updated Apr 4, 2011

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    What cool, cozy, vibrant, even romantic atmosphere this place had...

    The menu is in French & German and the food is a melange of French & German cuisine...

    I absolutely loved the decor... tons of bright still lifes captured in dramatic golden frames... oh and the entrance, a beautiful lighted canopy of vines.

    I found the prices totally reasonable. This place might of been a bit on the touristy side but I really liked it nonetheless.

    Favorite Dish: I had a delicious vegetarian dish of mushrooms and spaetzle in a cognac butter sauce here, and of course, wine!

    Me checking out the menu @ Au Dauphin
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    Bistro et Chocolat: It's nothing like vegetarian food

    by antistar Written Oct 5, 2013

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    Gourmet vegetarian food at a decent price.

    Eating vegetarian food in France isn't easy, and I've rarely enjoyed the cuisine here for which the country is so famous. Sometimes you find something special, and this is one such place. The food is experimental without being bizarre. It's gourmet but with a focus on taste. The presentation is amazing but the price is reasonable. The whole experience is the result of a love of food, especially vegetarian food. You'll probably never eat anything like it again.

    The twist is hinted at in the name - chocolate and sweet things in general. The savoury dishes often have a hint of dessert to them, like waffles toasted in red pesto and smothered in cream cheese to look just like something sweet. The desserts maintain the theme, with offerings like chocolate soup.

    The prices are very reasonable for the quality - and if the dishes look a little small they end up being the perfect amount, leaving just enough room for the dessert that you must try. But if you want even better value they have daily specials.

    The only downside to the place is that it is very popular - sometimes with queues for a table in the small interior. On warmer days you can eat outside, but even if you can get a table the service can be slow as there seems to be only one person working the small interior.

    Bistro et Chocolat, Strasbourg Bistro et Chocolat, Strasbourg

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    L'Ami Schutz: Traditional French dishes

    by Cristian_Uluru Written Sep 13, 2008

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    L'Ami Schutz is located in the "Petite France District", one of the most beautiful place of Strasbourg. Here you can taste French and local dishes with an original touch. The staff is very friendly and the ambience is very nice: an old house with a nice garden.

    Favorite Dish: The restaurant is quite good. It has got some menu of different prices so you can choose what do you like. I taste a disgusting Le gaspacho de tomate et pastèque, île au basilic (Tomato and watermelon Gaspacho soup with a basil flavoured « island »); very good was La poêlée de saumon au lard et aux champignons, misala et ail en chemise,
    jus corsé au cumin (Fried salmon with bacon, mushrooms, baby potatoes and baked garlic cloves, cumin sauce) and for dessert you must taste the homemade ice cream or La crème caramel aux zestes d'agrumes (A vanilla caramel flan with citrus zests).

    L'Ami Schutz
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    LA TABLE D'EMILIE: GOOD FOOD, SERVICE & PRICE!

    by balhannah Written Jun 17, 2013

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    Where to eat, the problem was choosing from the many Restaurants in Strasbourg. In the end, we decided upon this Restaurant, as I wanted to try the Flambee. We were welcomed by an Asian waiter who was nice and friendly, who told us we could sit either indoors or outside, we chose inside. We were the only ones there, but before we left, the Restaurant was full. Our meal arrived, and I must say, both of us enjoyed it. To us, it was like a Pizza.
    Flambee is an Alsatian dish composed of bread dough rolled out very thin, mine was covered with cheese and ham. It's cooked in a wood fired oven.
    Legend says that the "creators" of this dish were Alemannic-speaking farmers from Alsace.
    We found it to be a cheap, filling meal.

    My Flambee
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    Café at the Place du Corbeau: Café with internet

    by Nemorino Updated Jul 7, 2006

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    This café at the Place du Corbeau is one of the more pleasant places to get an internet connection, as it is not so cramped as in most of the internet cafés.

    And you can actually get a good cup of coffee here.

    Caf�� at the Place du Corbeau

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    Restaurant Pere Benoit: Amazing Food

    by cheekymarieh Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The restaurant has a rustic feel to it and is housed in part of the 18th century farm building. It seems to be exceptionally popular with the local French people and it isn't hard to understand why. The menu offers some fantastic dishes and wines - mostly specialities of the region.

    Favorite Dish: Main course was monk fish and prawns in a delicious seasonal sauce
    The meal looked as if it was a picture upon the plate.

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    Au Brasseur Strasbourg: Au Brasseur Strasbourg

    by brendareed Written Nov 3, 2014

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    When we travel, Hubby always likes to sample the local beers and Strasbourg was no different. We stopped by Au Brasseur during our walk about the city only to find it closed. Noticing the opening times, we spent another hour walking around before returning to the opened restaurant. It was a nice day so we sat at a table outside.

    We were only here for a drink – Hubby sampled the beer and I had a Alsace region white wine. Both were very nice – a compliment given that Hubby rarely likes French beer. And you simply can’t go wrong with a white wine from this region!

    Service was friendly and efficient. No complaints here. Once we finished our drinks, we paid the bill and continued on with our walking tour.

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    Brasserie la Lanterne: Micro Brassierie

    by brendareed Written Nov 3, 2014

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    We headed to the Lantern for an evening out, hoping to try some of their beers and perhaps get some dinner along the way. This place was closed earlier in the day, so we returned after it opened and took a seat. There were very few people in the bar when we arrived, although it started to fill up as we were there.

    This place turned out to be a disappointment. The beers and wine were just fine, but the service was absolutely the worst we’ve encountered in a long time. With so few customers at the beginning, it really should not have been a struggle to get someone to take our order. Then the long wait for our drinks. We had originally considered ordering food, but after the long wait for drinks, we figured we’d grow old waiting for a meal. So we finished our drinks and tried to pay. No one could be bothered to help us. Hubby finally went up to the bar, interrupted whatever the server was doing besides serving, and handed her the money, not waiting for change. And we left, hungry and irritated.

    Needless to say, we do not recommend this place. If you have the time to sit around and not be served, then you may want to try it since the beers were good. But I simply have a problem when places don’t think the customer is an important part of the operation of the shop, especially when we have money to give them.

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    Academie de la Biere: Academie de la Biere

    by brendareed Written Nov 3, 2014

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    Well, it wasn’t our night for finding beers or food. After the poor service at Brassiere la Lanterne, we headed over to Petite France to the Academie de la Biere, a corner restaurant that serves lots of beers from around the world.

    We sat down at a table outside about the same time another gentleman took another table. And there we waited…and waited…and waited. The place had a few customers inside but was not busy. We thought – here we go again! Hubby went inside to find a server who informed him she’d be out soon. And we continued to wait. The other gentleman got frustrated and left. Just about the time we considered leaving, the server came out and took our order. Once she got there, the service improved greatly and Hubby was able to try some beer. We opted to not get food at this point, although we did get an order of fries. The server was very friendly and topped our visit off with a sample of Picon, a liqueur she had told us about.

    I’d probably go back here again – my guess is the server was busier than we initially thought because she was quite pleasant and quick once she arrived. But, sadly, the restaurant lost at least one customer when the other man walked away frustrated.

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    Café Opéra: Café Opéra

    by Nemorino Updated Jul 7, 2006

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    This café is located in one corner of the opera house. When there is a performance they sell drinks and food before and after, and during the intermission. During the day they are also open except on holidays, and when the weather is nice they also set up tables out by the front entrance to the opera house, among the pillars.

    Caf�� Op��ra Caf�� Op��ra

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    Il Girasole: Il Girasole

    by myriam_c Updated Jul 8, 2009

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    An excellent Italian restaurant. We were not the only ones that thought so, because it was packed. Not with tourists, but with locals as far as we could see/hear.

    Favorite Dish: My husband had a well topped pizza while I chose ravioli with ricotta and spinach in a cream sauce. Delicious!

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