We had a great experience. The service and food were both very good. Great option quality price wise in Kaysersberg.
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Stumbled into this restaurant without knowing anything about it. Turned out to be a good deal. It was a late, casual lunch so we ordered a few tarts flambé (flammekeuche). We tried a few different ones. All were good. Turned out to be too much...More
A rainy evening in Kaysersberg, but we dined in a pleasant and cosy inside space. We both chose traditional dishes - a beackaoffe of rabbit and choucroute with three fish. My choucroute was pleasantly mild and retained some crunch. It came with three decent-sized pieces...More
Cosy restaurant, great service. Foie gras was delicious paired with apple compote and toast. The backhoffe (secret recipe of chef) was unique though a tad salty. Thoroughly enjoyed the 3 poissons with choucroute. Creme brulee was average. Good value for price paid. Recommends highly.
This is a small restaurant with a lovely staff and excellent food at reasonable prices. The decor is clean and attractive, not overly trendy but not old-fashioned, either. We spoke with a fellow diner there, who lives in the town, and he told us later...More
We stumbled in here to avoid a rain downpour and have a bite to eat. Lucky us! Simple lunch but very good - 4 seasons tarte flamee, grand foie gras, and 2 glasses of cremant wine - voila! Simple, good, reasonable at 28 euro. The...More
This little restaurant didn't look special, but the sympathetic cook really offers good local dishes at very reasonable prices, such as a cooked rabbit in a delicious soup right out of the oven for just 10 €, my wife enjoyed a tasty beef tartare and...More
A small but crowded and popular spot. There were 7 of us and while we waited, the server brought out a bottle of local Pinot Gris for us to enjoy while our table was prepared. The steak tartare was excellent and a very large potion....More
You must try this restaurant. A small place, so might be best to book. The wait staff are brilliant and the chef is top-notch and a very friendly bloke to boot. We shared grilled Munster cheese on toast and then a sublime Baekehof (a pity...More
We spent a great evening in this cosy restaurant. Good local wine and the homemade foie and the tartare were amazing! The friendly waiter suggested us to wait a little for the homemade choco coulant and it was worth the candle.