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4 based on 165 reviews
Very interesting place to visit and have a meal. The interior atmosphere is pleasant and friendly. There are 2 floors available. The dishes are delicious and the wine also very good. Finaly, the service is excellent.
4 based on 378 reviews
When we found the correct entrance and dining room, there are several, we reviewed the menu, which was standard Alsace fare. There was a enough to allow my daughter her typically plain choice and for the rest of us to choose something more adventurous .Schnitzel type food with cream sauce and various potatoes. restaurant was packed due to holiday but served quickly and efficiently.
4 based on 159 reviews
Arrived here when travelling to Switzerland and were hungry in the evening, left the mainroad and arrived in Fegersheim.The restaurant has a lovely terraceb and the inside of the restaurant is a typical and traditional Strasburg area.We were welcommed very jovial and started of with a local spring beer and Muscat d'Alsace.Then we went for the asperges menu with a started that was very original with a liquid egg on a nest of crispy and fine angelhair in a cremy asperges soup. The combination of the cream, crsip and then liquid egg was perfect.The trio of asperges with smoked bacon, local ham and on a toast with fine cut fermented asperges. The last combination was once again very original and was a great variety and diversification on the theme of asperges.The recommended Muscat d'Alsace went very well with the menu.We'll come back when we'll pass in this area.Thank you for your comment, it is a pleasure...best regards
4 based on 275 reviews
Comfortable dining area. Staff was excellent, very pleasant and helpful. Good choices, good food, very reasonably priced. Plan to eat here all 3 nights I'm in town.
4 based on 127 reviews
We came here after it being recommended to us by the landlady of the B&B we were staying in. The weather was wonderful and there is a lot of outside sitting so we took advantage and sat in the garden area. The service was excellent, professional and attentive. The food was delicious and we thoroughly enjoyed our dinner. I had the kidneys which were wonderful. its worth mentioning that the 'menu' was really good I thought and catered for all tastes without being overly large, which I like. If in the area, this restaurant is worth seeking out.
4 based on 229 reviews
We ate on the terrace. It's a not really according with the classy interior, but it was our choice.They serve a nice summerly menu, 5 courses for 35â¬.It was all nicely presented, but all in all somewhat rudely and basic. The amuse said it all right from the beginning: pea soup, which was not passed trough a strainer, with rudely chopped radishes. It was bland too.Still, I want to be positive: it was all tasting very natural and cooked to perfection, no fuss.They have a fabulous winelist, although only French. But we are in France, no?Relaxed, friendly service.Website promises more than they serve.
4 based on 245 reviews
We had the veal. It was very good and tasty. Service good. The weather warm the lights and the setting quite comfortable. Our waitress had problems with understanding English, but worked through it. Black beer to us is dark beer, for example. She also had problems with the card machine. American cards do not have the chip and are slid by the side, while the others are tucked in the bottom. Lucky for her we had the cash. Not many visitors here from the states.Dear "american customer",You won't be luckier with me, my English level needs certainly to be improved too. !Happy to reed that you enjoy your diner !Neverthess, let me just clarify two points so that you don't have a bad reminder of your alsacian trip. As in the States, we have dark beer, but unfortunately this special beer is called "Licorne Black" and everybody here knows it as "Black". As for the payment, I am surprised that the card machine did not work... and that our banks deliver special European machines... !!Best RegardsChristine Bourbier
4 based on 336 reviews
At 16 Euros per plate, the quality and presentation of the food was much better than we were expecting. I was especially impressed by the creativity and subtlety of flavors in my wife's side dish, in which I suspect they used the thickest part of a leek root. They also informally offered children's meals in beef, fish, or chicken at a very fair price. Highly recommended.
4 based on 219 reviews
We were stopping overnight in the area on the way to Austria. We were tired & hungry. This place came out very well in Tripadvisor. It was gone 8:30 PM when we telephoned for a booking. The owner/manager was very helpful and booked us in (he speaks great English!). We arrived to find our table for 3 prepared. The place was packed with what looked like Christmas parties & business people but we were made very welcome. The food was excellent. We had only main course (we were tired & hungry!) We had Lamb Shank, Duck Hamburger & Chicken Cordon Bleu. All was well cooked, well flavoured & tasted very very good. Situated in a very interesting little town (almost Elizabethan houses) it is well worth a visit.Hey hey heyThank you so MuchTourist or not tourist the service its the sameMerci ,gracias,efkalisto,thank you,etc etc...Gil
4 based on 224 reviews
We came here on way to Strasbourg airport with friends. It's part of the chocolate museum. Foie gras to start followed by chicken breast with seasonal vegetables then apple cake. Overall excellent food in a old fashioned 1920-1930s train carriage...
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