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La Strasbourgeoise

5, rue du 8-Mai-1945 (Blvd. de Strasbourg) Send to Phone
01 42 05 20 02
This brasserie across from the Gare de l'Est will transport you to Alsace.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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La Strasbourgeoise, Paris, france

La Strasbourgeoise Restaurant Review

: Taken over by Jean-François Roux, who is also the owner of Stella on avenue Victor Hugo, this brasserie across from the Gare de l'Est transports us to Alsace. The décor is a success, skillfully blending all the emblems of a smiling Alsace throughout the five spaces. The traditional flammekueche and mixed greens, quiche Alsacienne, and generously portioned choucroutes are served with a smile and rare kindness. The Alsacian, Strasbourg, peasant and sea choucroute all sound so appealing that you might find it hard to decide between them. We recommend the satisfying Strasbourg choucroute as well as the home cooked cabbage (as crispy and as sour as one might wish), Montbéliard sausage, Frankfurt sausage, the sparerib, the chine, and the garlic sausage. Wash it down with Kronenbourg draft beer served in 50 cl beer mugs and dive rapturously in the Eastern flavours and terroirs. It must be emphasized that such a brasserie is the flower, the prestige of the gourmandise à la française. The wine list is eclectic with a great number of alcohols and wines from Alsace, served by the glass, the jug or the bottle, such as the Riesling and the Pinot Noir of Gustave Lorentz.


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