We booked dinner at this small restaurant for the saturday before Easter. And luckily we did, because it was fully booked, so walk-ins could not be served.
The location of the venue is excellent, in the beautiful Strasbourg’s “Petite France” neighborhood. the interior is small, with a few tables, very cozy and nicely decorated in classical Alsatian style, with lots of wood and nice tablecloths.
the staff was extremely kind and helpful, they tried to speak English with us, but that was not an issue for me as I speak French.
We ordered the most typical Alsatian dish, the “Choucroute”, a sauerkraut-based dish with pork meat (sausages and pork belly) and potatoes.
Be prepared, cause it’s a very rich dish, full of meat and strong flavors, especially the sauerkraut.
I accompanied the meat with a nice glass of Gewurztraminer, and we topped off with a slice of apple streusel cake, that was really excellent.
We spent 52,50€.
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