5 Michelin-starred Strasbourg restaurants
1. Au Crocodile Restaurant
Average bill: from 48 € to 148 €
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“The crocodile is about to regain its former glory. Frank Pelux, a former Top Chef 2017 finalist, seeks to modernize the Alsatian terroir. The professional service, managed by the hostess and partner chef Sarah, demonstrates delicate cuisine and well-designed recipes … Crocodile has a great future, ”said the Michelin guide inspector.
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Restaurant Au Crocodile
Generosity. Inspired by the beautiful tables of yesteryear and combine wealth with sophistication.
Classicism. Dare to French classicism. Noble products, rich notes, promising plates.
Joy. Magical meetings with friends or family in the center of the historical center of the European capital.
Monday, Sunday: Closed
Tuesday: 19: 00-22: 00
Wednesday – Saturday: 12: 00-14: 00, 19: 00-22: 00
Restaurant official page: au-crocodile.com
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Address: 10 rue de L’Outre67000 Strasbourg
By car: Parking lots available (Broglie, Kléber, Gutenberg)
By Tram: Langstross Grand’rue (A et D) Homme de Fer (A, B, C, D, F) Broglie (B, C, F) Stations
2. Umami Restaurant
Average bill: from 55 € to 85 €
Umami is a Japanese term for one of the five main tastes that can be determined by taste.
“Sweet, salty, sour, bitter … and umami, the fifth taste in Japanese gastronomy: it nicely advertises this delicious cuisine, mixing here and elsewhere. The taste experience is all the more remarkable when you know that a chef achieves all this alone in the kitchen: real valor, ”says Michelin guide inspector.
Official website: restaurant-umami.com
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Monday – Friday: from 19.30 to 21.00
Saturday, Sunday – closed
Restaurant Umami 8 rue des Dentelles 67000 Strasbourg
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3. Buerehiesel Restaurant
Average bill: from 37 € to 98 €
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Created in 1989 by architect Guy Walter, a glass canopy allows you to dine among the greenery and flowers. In the evening, your dinner will be accompanied by stars. This is a unique, truly magical place where time seems to be paused. All rooms at Buerehiesel are air-conditioned and non-smoking. Once the warm weather returns, Le Buerehiesel opens its summer terrace for magical moments.
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“The cuisine, thin and modern, makes several rounds according to local traditions, but without stopping at them, and demonstrates excellent products. A feast, ”said the Michelin guide inspector.
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Sunday, Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Saturday: 12: 00-13: 00, 19: 30-21: 00
Address: in Orangerie Park 67000 Strasbourg
4. Restaurant 1741
Average bill: 42 € à 129 €
Restaurant 1741 in Strasbourg
Opposite the Rohan Palace in Strasbourg, a masterpiece of classicism, completed in 1741, this restaurant cultivates the spirit of the boudoir, both intimate and elegant. A very tempting setting for fine cuisine, tasty and aromatic, and accompanied by a fine selection of Alsace wines.
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Address: 22 quai des Bateliers 67000 Strasbourg
Official website: 1741.fr
Tuesday, Wednesday: closed
On other days: from 12.00 to 15.00 and from 19.00 to 22.00
5. Restaurant Les Funambules
Average bill: from 20 € to 54 €
“You can’t say that the atmosphere is especially pleasing, but it doesn’t matter: the chef’s cuisine is delicious, and this is the only thing that matters. His recipes, prepared at the request of the market, are generous, fragrant and always balanced! ”- concluded the Michelin guide inspector.
The French chefs Guillaume, Jean Baptiste and Chloe, the three beginner tightrope walkers who met at the Strasbourg Hotel School, together fulfill their long-held dream: to open their own restaurant – a welcoming, warm, but also intimate place that serves quality products and carefully selected wines.
Guillaume and Chloe are passionate about travel and gastronomy: “We are always looking for new tastes from around the world. In the establishments where we worked, starry or not, we have developed our love for good products. That is why we strive to maximize our contacts with local manufacturers. We also attach great importance to the fact that we do everything ourselves, including sauces, ice cream, bread … ”
Jean Baptiste, a sommelier by education, studied the vineyard and wine. “After several years spent in famous star establishments, I was able to establish real ties with winemakers, which allows me to truly know each of the wines that I offer on the menu.”
From Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 13:45 and from 19:30 to 20:45
Closed Wednesday evening