10 km away from strasbourg. If you have time, great place to come with your friends and family. Stylish, authentic and very farm friendly. Les Spraribs is the recommended main course here.
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If you want to provide a good Alsace diner or lunch to good friends this is the place. Food is traditional Alsace one and very good quality/price rate. Attendants are so kind , you will be suprised . Definitely a place to go when you are in Strasburg vicinity.
We had Flammekuche and "volaille" salad with red wine. The food was very fresh, promptly and so friendly served by the excellent and very professional Viviane. Frederic, the Cook-Owner was brilliant, friendly and "on the top of his game"... Superb Experience... A special mark also for Djibril who did an excellent job. Five Stars...
Coming back home after a long trip, it is delightful to drive a couple more miles and end up here for a light meal at the terrace, under the chestnut tree. Traditional bibeleskass (cottage cheese with garlic onions and parsley served with potatoes) and a draught beer make you a great closure of the long day.
My firends invited us during Christmas time this local restaurant. I have to admit excellent place to visit here to feel real Alsace Cuisine. Tarte flambee de Alsace amazing!!! Also as you guess Alsacian wines. Ambiance; I can not tell you, you have to see. Very old village house, well decorated. You should make reservation. The problem is to access.... More
Great place to gather family and friends around large tables and enjoy traditional aslacian food. Always crowded, food is good but not fantastic, staff busy. You go there for the atmosphere more than anything else.
This is typically the kind of place you go for a "tarte flambée " with lots of friends or big family. Place is huge, hundreds of seats and if you are lucky you can seat outside underneath the century old chestnut tree. Food is good though not the best in the area and you'll have a decent traditional diner in... More
All 4 of us thoroughly enjoyed our meal which was plentiful and well cooked. The decor is charming, and it was busy on a Saturday lunchtime. No room for puddings which looked delicious but huge! A favourite place for our French friends.
I had the Trio of fried cheeses which includes half of a camembert ... not a lot of salad but a lot of cheese and some more cheese! Not while dieting since there is nothing on the menu less then 2000 kcal :)
After having tried tarte flambee in many places, I ended up in this small village, where I intent to come many more times! The restaurant is a traditional Alsacian house, really nicely decorated. The service was impeccable, my friends and I ordered tarte flambee, which came just within a few minutes. The portion was very generous, the tarte was crunchy... More