We went there in the lunch time to get some traditional tartes flambees. They were really good and the staff was very welcoming and helpful. A great experience.
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We were amazed with the taste and the quick service.Our waiter was truly a hard working bee , tending all tables outside all alone with 100% efficiency. 5 stars !!! Delivered orders so fast.
Baeckoeffe is a traditional Alsatian meat & veg. stew served in a crock pot. I'm sure my meat wasn't lamb & it wasn't very tasty.The portions were large ,nearly all carrot & potato . The decoration tries to look old but it's cheap.I cant see...More
It was raining, tourists had run away (la petite France is usually crowded), so the restaurant had just a few customers. I decided to try, still afraid it could be a touristic trap, although it looked nice and traditional, and they seemed to have traditional...More
The interior looked festive enough to draw me in while walking alone in pouring rain. It turned out to be a good choice with a colorful Alsatian charm and a very friendly reception. It's comfort food - hard to say if it was the best...More
Lovely area of Petite France in Strasburg with its combed streets. Ate in the Baeckeoffe Restaurant the Formule Baeckeoffe. Euro 21 and 1/2 Reisling 15 total Euro 36. This was like eating a huge stew. I removed all the potatoes as I am not eating...More
We were walking along the Petite France area when we came across this restaurant. We took a seat outside and were promptly waited on. I had a schnitzel while the wife had paté and a local white wine recommended by the waiter. My wife spoke...More
This is a must next to cathedral. Opened in 1427. Best choucroute I ever ate anywhere. Great service. Would go back in a heartbeat. Don't miss a meal here!!!
My grandsons had their first taste of Tarte Flambe and loved it (it was crisp and moist). We sat outside and watched the passers-by as the starter was devoured. All wanted something different and all was good when it came. Sauerkraut for one lad, veal...More
Le Baeckeoffe is located in the Petit France area of Strasbourg and is within walking distance from many of the sights. We had supper here, 1/4 litre of local wine, we each had the veal escalope (delicious) and finished off with apple strudel. Cost was...More