In Alsace, winemakers were accustomed to selling their production in winstubs, traditional wine bars that served a few simple dishes. Since then, the name designates a charmingly rustic restaurant, typical of the region. At the foot of Strasbourg Cathedral, Marché-aux-Cochons-de-Lait (meaning "suckling pig market") Square is full of such establishments that are elegantly lost among the half-timbered houses. Among them, Pfifferbriader welcomes traditional food lovers in a discreet and warm atmosphere. Have a seat in the light of the winemakers whose life is displayed on colourful stained-glass windows. Start by tasting a Kartoffelpuffer, a potato pancake stuffed with Munster cheese and fried onions or with lardons and baked Emmental cheese for instance, followed by stir-fried pike-perch served in Riesling sauce and spaetzle (typical regional noodles) or a sauerkraut with cold cuts, the famous emblem of Alsatian gastronomy. Finish the meal with an apple streusel with cinnamon and vanilla ice cream. A Güeter! ("enjoy your meal" in Alsatian).
14 place du Marché-aux-Cochons-de-Lait
+33 (0)3 88 24 46 56
Menu: from 24.50 EUR