Looking for the best spot for a working lunch with clients or colleagues in Strasbourg
? We’ve got you covered with our pick of the best restaurants
to enjoy an excellent meal in the très cool capital
of the Grand Est
Located in the historical centre of Strasbourg in a stunning setting across from the Rohan Palace, 1741 offers a haven of French refinement and elegance that offers a superb gourmet experience. The gastronomic restaurant 1741 was awarded a Michelin star in 2014.
Cafe, Contemporary, $$$
One of Strasbourg’s worst-kept secrets, this is a popular spot for a working lunch. Situated on the first floor of the stunning Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the dining room opens to two immense bay windows and a large terrace with a fabulous view of the Ill River and Petite France
Brasserie Les Haras
Restaurant, Contemporary, French, $$$
The Brasserie Les Haras offers a traditional menu with a contemporary twist in the stunning setting of the converted royal-stud farm. The open kitchen adds a touch of live performance to the beautiful architecture. It is very popular at lunchtime with the local business clientele, so it’s better to call ahead to book a table.
Maison des Tanneurs
Restaurant, French, $$$
For those looking for something filled with local character (and you don’t mind mingling with the tourist crowd), then pick Maison des Tanneurs. Located smack in the heart of the Petite France area, the famous waterside-historic tannery is a brilliant example of 16th century architecture. The menu offers a range of traditional Alsatian dishes, known for its hearty homestyle cuisine, and the famous choucroute garnie
Sober and elegant decor and smooth professional service are the trademarks of the Michelin-starred restaurant Gavroche. The refined menu focuses on local-seasonal specialties with a contemporary approach.
Professional service, delicious cuisine, and only the best of ingredients grace the tables at Au Crocodile. Run by the owners of 1741, the €39 ‘Business Lunch’ menu offers great value for this standard of fine dining.