Pleasant family run restaurant within the old town. Nothing fancy inside, but pleasant with enough space around the tables. Very friendly staff. Mixed types of dishes. We went there for the Bradade and I found it one of the very best I ever had. Then I had Bouchee a la Reine, advertised as the 2011 bronze medal in Strasbourg, and for sure was worth the prize. On the other hand this, as well as the majority of the main dishes, is Alsatian (the other specialty is choucrutte ). No complains though. A special note for the sweets. Lot of them and very good everything we had. I’ll suggest the Poire Belle Helene. Not among the best places I ever dinned in, but one to remember with pleasure.
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