Chez Yvonne is a Winstub where everyone feels a bite as at home. Its history is the one of Alsace and Strasbourg. Today we are actively trying to keep the spirit and the tradition of Winstubs, years after years.
Quality dishes in an authentic context
We are always looking after producers who love local products and who will help us to offer Alsatian products to our customers.
The atmosphere made by our team is convivial and friendly, in order to keep the winstub spirit.
Our efforts have been rewarded and we are now the only Winstub in Strasbourg which has received a service certification for the "Restoring Regional Traditional". We also have the title of Maitre Restaurateur.
But beyond these certifications, our greatest pleasure is to welcome loyal customers from Strasbourg or not with whom we share a moment of conviviality. Our Winstub remains a family business and all our energy is devoted to it. We strive to defend the value and the culture of our culinary heritage.
Our attachment with the Alsace is the raison why we have asked to Jean Charles Spindler to create our new logo made with woods what we call ‘Marqueterie” (Alsatian artisanal technique). We are really proud to propose to our customers on the front of the menu card this extraordinary Alsatian knowledge.
We believe that it is always possible to offer quality dishes in an authentic context, which has a rich history.
We know that this adventure during 140 years already will continue in accordance with the values and traditions of our beautiful region.
If Chez Yvonne is a Winstub that everyone appropriates itself; it may be just because we defend the same values and that each person who pushes our door contributes its history.
Few words about a dish
« Depuis le temps que je rêvais de venir dans ce haut bien de l'Alsace,Xavier BERTRAND
de la gastronomie et du terroir.
Tout ce que l'on dit est vrai, c'est un moment dans le temps. »
« Quel plaisir de connaitre Yvonne après en avoir tellement entendu parler.Olivier MAZEROLLE
C'est chaleureux, c'est bon, bref on y est bien… »