Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Kaysersberg. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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4 based on 345 reviews
We were visiting friends who were staying at the local campground and they wanted us to have an authentic Alsatien meal. They had scoped out the restaurants in Kayserberg to find the best Baeckeoffe - a "stew" where the farm women from a simpler time would prepare the meal and take to a baker where the food that was put in a clay pot would bake all day. It had three different kinds of meat that had been soaked in Reisling along with potatoes, carrots and spices. It was excellent and we all enjoyed it along with a lovely local wine. The meal for the four of us was 80 Euros; very reasonable. The atmosphere and the service was very good.
4 based on 307 reviews
We chose this restaurant because it had outdoor seating which was under cover in case the rain came back. Not perhaps the most informed way of choosing, but we struck lucky. 'You must try tartes flambees' everyone had said, but we were a little reluctant as those we had seen in passing elsewhere looked as if they might be far too much for lunch. But we took the plunge here and were well rewarded. I chose the asparagus tarte, as the restaurant specialises in local asparagus when in season. I forget the name of my husband's choice - probably forestiere as it had mushrooms with ham and cheese. They arrived after a reassuringly long wait, crisp and hot. And so light! A pizza of that diameter would be much too much, but here the base made even the thinnest pizza look heavy. Absolutely delicious. We scoffed the lot!
3 based on 146 reviews
With American Disco on the radio and ample kitchen noise nearrby, you won't think you are at one of Kayserberg's finest restaurants, but if you are looking for a quick tarte flambe with the kiddos in tow, this could be a good choice. The youthful waitstaff is pleasant and they understand English well enough to cope with our crummy French. The service was brisk, the food ample and perfectly decent. The tarte flambe was tasty and hot. The green salad was fresh and well-dressed. The restaurant is popular, especially when the weather is fair, because there is outdoor seating with both sun and shade. If you are looking for the "Inca" which is also supposed to be at 20 Rue General Charles de Gaulle, you won't find it, except on your receipt. The two restaurants have merged under the Kaysers' Bier name. The original Kaysers' Bier is a smaller, older building next door.
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