There's Alsace and food.
There's Alsatian food.
There's French food.
And there's also the French version of Chinese food too if you're curious (and it is different from American Chinese food).
The Alsace region (after Île de France, of course) has the most starred restaurants of all the regions of France.
But there are so many wonderful restaurants in Alsace with no stars, so don't neglect them just because they haven't been discovered!
In fact, some restaurants here aren't interested in anything but their loyal fans who keep coming back for more.
And that goes for Alsace food and the many other types of food available here! I've made it my mission to check out every single one of them worth the trouble!
And all of my Alsace tours involve stops at these out of the way gems : )
Unfortunately, some of these restaurants will not have English menus.
And some of them will have English menus that are not very helpful because they were translated literally word for word (for example, do you know what "burnt cream" is?).
But that won't be a problem, because I know you'll be prepared.
Because you'll have this wonderful little French-English restaurant food dictionary that I've made so that you can figure out the important parts of the food descriptions on your menu.
You'll also know all about Alsatian food. What it's called. What's in it? And all the other important need-to-know stuff.
And if there are other things on the menu that aren't Alsatian specialties, you'll be prepared for them too.
Because you'll have THIS mini French restaurant food encyclopedia with you!
Something else you might find fascinating is the grocery store. It might sound strange, but I'm telling you, it's different and very interesting. You can find all sorts of wonderful things in French supermarkets in Alsace.
And then there's all the wonderful Alsace food that you'll find during the Christmas season, like Wihnachts Bredele or Alsatian Christmas cookies...