Michelin-starred restaurantsStar-spangled chefsRead more
You can eat - that’s just an everyday event. You can eat in the company of others - that’s a convivial event. You can also savour a fine meal - that’s a sophisticated event. So visit one of Mulhouse’s two Michelin-starred restaurants, where you can do all of these and be transported to seventh heaven. And what’s more, the Il Cortile restaurant has just been awarded its second star!
MarketA cool marketRead more
You won’t find fresher fish! My chicken is delicious! Come and buy my tasty sausages! Oh, this market smells so good with all its fresh produce. Held three days a week, the market has 400 stallholders whose products are sure to set your taste buds tingling. And what if it rains? We just move indoors...
Creative cuisineRead more
Cooking is a time-honoured tradition in Alsace. But that doesn’t stop the creative and daring cooks of Mulhouse reinventing the classics by mixing them liberally with exotic ingredients to provide such cultural richness.
The Alsace Wine RouteWhite heaven
Believe it or not, there’s a vineyard in Mulhouse and it produces Clos du Klettenberg wine, which is used mainly for civic receptions. But for white wine lovers, the chance to sample the famous varieties along the Alsace Wine Route is only a 30-minute ride away.
Time for a drink…A taste of the south...
In Alsace, Mulhouse is the south. It’s hardly surprising then, that the locals love their places to socialise with friends, the summer terraces, convivial drinks parties, refined cocktail parties, wine tasting...
Cookery coursesYes, chef
So you don’t believe that there’s such a thing as a "cooking gene"? You don’t think you can be born a cook like you can be born French, British etc.? Well no, cooking is something that has to be learned, cultivated and worked on. And that’s why there are courses. Increasing numbers of them, in fact...
If you want to experience the friendly hospitality of Alsace, perhaps the best place to go is a winstub. The combination of warm decor, relaxed service and high-quality traditional fare (who could resist the simple pleasure of a tarte flambée or some sauerkraut?) is sure to warm your heart and your belly.
“A little glass of Alsace wine is like a light dress, a spring flower, a ray of sunshine brightening up your life.” - Christian Dior
BredalaA taste of Christmas
In the north, they are known as bredele but they are bredala in the south. But the name doesn’t matter because it’s their flavour that makes them so popular. Or rather, their flavours. There are almost as many personal tastes as there are family recipes for these little Christmas cakes which families in Alsace have been making since the 15th century. And Mulhouse has a recipe all of its own.
FleischschnackasWhat’s that?What on earth is this fleischschnacka you keep hearing about? Here are some clues for you! 1. It’s a dish in the style of a log cake, but with pastry instead of biscuit... and meat instead of jam 2. It’s shaped like a snail (schnacka) 3. In short, it’s edible and excellent!