Dear friends! We will stay in Strasbourg for 3 nights in April, 2023. Please advise me on a good dining around 2 A Rue Des Planches Strasbourg, Fr 67000. Thank you in advance
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In 2015, Le Tire-Bouchon was one of my favorite restaurants on our trip to France, Germany, and Austria. It's a 15 minute walk from your place, if you trust Google Maps. Actually, all of our meals in Strasbourg were excellent.
Two restaurants I thoroughly enjoyed are Restaurant Au Pont Corbeau, 21 quai Saint-Nicolas, about a 5 minute walk for you. Have the very traditional choucroute and you’ll walk away happy. And Porcus
6, Place du Temple Neuf about 7 minutes away. It is open only for lunch and reservations are necessary. There is a remarkable charcuterie shop on the ground floor and the restaurant is one flight up.
If you want to ditch the diet, and if you like cheese, try La Cloche à Fromages. Basically, they only serve delicious cheese and cheese-based dishes (fondue, raclette...). The cheese plates are out of this world.
We were there last weekend for three nights.
Two places we loved:
La Bedaine : need reservation unless you go at 7pm and finish by 9pm. We had set menu . The wine was wonderful and inexpensive, the pear foil gras we had was unbelievable. Main was polite boeuf which I didn’t like because it was chewy. I find it to be the case in another restaurant in France. Maybe that is just how they cook it here? The beef in my Thai salad was so flavorful and tender.
Bun Tastic: Vietnamese diner . Cheap and tasty. Great little place.
What about those following locations:
Le Bistrot des Copains: This cozy French bistro is just a short walk from your location and offers traditional Alsatian cuisine. The menu changes frequently based on seasonal ingredients, and they also have an excellent wine selection.
Restaurant Le Clou: This restaurant is known for its delicious tarte flambée (a traditional Alsatian dish similar to a thin-crust pizza), as well as other regional specialties. The atmosphere is casual and friendly, and the prices are reasonable.