The best fresh pain ou chocolate if you are here at 6 am... amazing place feels like you are in a classical movie 😎
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We had a perfect breakfast at this place, just north of the city center. Traditionally French bar/food place, but very clean!
Customer service there is always great and delicious food. My children love going there, even though it is not a children's focused restaurant. Close to Downton area, can be easily accessed by tram or a nice walk along the river or through the nice alleys of that area.
The Snack Michel is my favourite Brasserie in Strasbourg. The food is terrific (choice, quality, quantities) and the staff are extremely friendly and very efficient. Extremely reasonable prices !
Wonderful family owned and operated bistro who have been operating since 1968.This is not just for snacks but almost any meal of the day. Our breakfast spot for the week , their homemade pastries especially pain au chocolat, and Cinnamon Cross invented by the father of the founding family kept us coming back every morning.Daily menu is varied fresh,and well... More
We stumbled upon this place because most other places were closed around 5pm that day. We were so glad we did. We asked to be seated outside and the menu was in French. I ordered the spaetzel and a type of bird with cream sauce (and a carafe of wine of course) and it was one of the best meals... More
Snack'Mich hasn't changed in over 30 years, and has been an institution even before that - which alone speaks for their immuable quality. At breakfast time, you can enjoy fresh, warm and yummy-smelling "viennoiseries" as croissant or pain au chocolat, freshly pressed orange juice and good capuccini, p'tit crème or café renversé (means that they reverse the proportions of the... More
We found this cafe on our first night in Strasbourg and tried it for an evening meal and a couple of breakfasts during our trip. The food is lovely, above all the service was great. We speak a little French & the staff spoke a little English so we got by and had a giggle along the way. All in... More
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