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+33 (0)3 88 22 16 325, rue des Tailleurs de Pierre67000 Strasbourg
Year in, year out, Le Tire-Bouchon builds on its position as one of the most emblematic winstubs in Strasbourg. Proofs of recognition by fellow professionals, quality endorsements abound, hailing the work done by its team, from Maître-Restaurateur to Gault et Millau.
In the historic heart of Strasbourg, only a stone’s throw from the River Ill, the Historical Museum, the Rohan Palace and the Cathedral that towers majestically over the city, you will have the chance, first of all, to admire the building that houses the restaurant.
The painted façade (also exemplary for its typical half-timbering) is one of the most beautiful to be seen in this city beside the Rhine.
Inside, the warm, friendly atmosphere is enhanced by works of art by artists old and new from Alsace and the Rhine basin, such as Dorette Muller, Schnug, Spindler, Bricka, Weisbuch.
A copious menu full of flavour
Home made… Here the expression takes on its full meaning, resulting in dishes usually entirely prepped and cooked on site with high quality carefully selected local produce.
Thus the beef snout salad, the snails à l’alsacienne and the foie gras are an excellent start to the meal.
The regional dishes are tasty and copious: the Baeckeoffe with three kinds of meat, the Tire-Bouchon’s celebrated sauerkraut and its succulent cuts of pork and meats or the zander fillet on its bed of sauerkraut with Riesling sauce will win your heart.
The desserts, iced kougelopf or Black Forest mousse with its warm morello cherries, will bring an authentically Alsatian meal to a beautiful finish!
Finally, the wine menu suggests the joyous accompaniment of your meal with a selection of French wines of premier quality and, obviously, a fine choice from the region’s winemakers, which will please lovers of the Alsatian vineyards.