la cocotte

la cocotte - Réserver une table

70 rue Boecklin, 67000, Strasbourg, France
2762 Avis 4.7

"Better to book in advance as tables are easily filled. Very nice cooking! You can try some alsatian dish or experiment what the menu has to offer. Even if it stands on abusy street you won't be disturbed by the noise outside once inside"

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Téléphone: +33388318765

Adresse: 70 rue Boecklin, 67000, Strasbourg, France

Ville: Strasbourg

Site Web: https://restaurantlacocotte.fr/

Heures d'ouverture

Lundi: 12:00-14:00

Statistiques

Plats: 14

Commodités: 14

Catégories: 5

Avis: 2762


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5 /5 Évaluation

We had a family lunch: approximately 20 people, with several kids. Everything was home made (from the beginning till the end), and we even had a specific meal for kids. It was so good that adults would have been very satisfied to eat it!The concept of the restaurant is to bring you a little casserole dish ("cocotte" in French) instead of a plate. Your meal is being served in the recipient that has been used to cook. When you open the cover is it fantastic: all flavours and smells are popping out and you have the surprise to see what is in there.We had ordered for some veal cooked with mushrooms and foie gras. It was so tasty!And the dessert was great as well.I do highly recommend this restaurant, but you have to book for a table for lunch as it is a very appreciated place to eat and it may be fully booked!In summer you can have lunch in a little lovely yard.

4 /5 Évaluation

Family oriented and probably even owned restaurant with a very nice typical cuisine. Prices are for Eastern European high, however I think the price range is normal in Western Europe. Restaurant is very close to the European parliament, so if you are spending time there and you want some quality food, such as cocotte together with very good wines. What was unfortunate, I have almost no knowledge of French language and I was missing menu in english, thus picking up food took ages.

5 /5 Évaluation

We came across this restaurant by a complete co-incidence during our walk.We went in for the lunch menu which we were told had been sold out. Not surprising considering it was about 13:30.We then went for the mussels from Saint Michele. They were good, small but very tasty. The "soup" they were cooked in was so delicious that I almost finished eating this as well!Oh, and the courtyard is pleasant on a warm day.

5 /5 Évaluation

Superb food and genuinely nice service. Hearty winter warming dishes, but equally great in the warmer months. Have been here many times, much better than the touristy rip-off places in the city centre. Easily accessible via the tram to Robertsau Boecklin (the terminus stop after the Council of Europe/Human Rights buildings).

4 /5 Évaluation

Better to book in advance as tables are easily filled. Very nice cooking! You can try some alsatian dish or experiment what the menu has to offer. Even if it stands on abusy street you won't be disturbed by the noise outside once inside