Traditional or refined, Alsatian cuisine will delight our taste buds. Charcuterie as well as pastry, Alsace is considered one of the most french gourmet provinces.

Alsatian gastronomy, strongly imbued with Germanic culinary traditions, is rich in local specialties with its winegrower’s pie, its famous sauerkraut, its stew, its ham on the bone or its baeckeoffe. The friendly winstubs or farm inns welcome you to finish on a sweet note with its famous plum cake or its kugelhopf.

Alsatian traditional dishes include 

The region’s version of coq au vin is coq au Riesling.

Southern Alsace, also called the Sundgau, is characterized by carpe frite.