Our first night in Strasbourg, we decided to eat at one of Strasbourg’s most picturesque bierstubs, L’Ami Schutz, a Franco-Germanic name for sure. Located between the two
Caveau Gurtlerhoft, 13 Place de la Cathedrale, was recommended to us by a local for typical Alsatian cuisine. My partner had the Poelles Forestiere, an Alsatian take on
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3 of 5 stars
Located near the cathedral, this restaurant is set back from the street, with an arched entrance covered in the summer by vines and studded with small, clear lights that
The Taverne de la Cathedrale is much like most of the other cafés that dot Strasbourg: cane chairs, small wooden tables, sedate cream beach umbrellas on uncomfortably
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