Pour de Bon (“For good”) is a fairytale come true: the story of the designer who became a cheesemaker. A bold new career choice, but such a fitting one.
Camille welcomes curious and hungry cheese lovers into her world, for breakfast, brunch (Saturdays and Sundays), lunch or dinner.
Having trained with a « Meilleur Ouvrier de France » cheesemaker, she then went on to work in several Alsatian farms and delicatessens. She’s also drawn inspiration from her encounters and travels, all the way to Australia.
This pocket-sized restaurant really manages to recreate the atmosphere of an Alsatian farmstead inn, but in the city. The decor mixes modern and traditional elements, while the ingredients are fresh, seasonal, house-made or sourced locally.
Camille, the bubbly, friendly and cheerful owner, makes her cheeses in-house from cow’s milk or goat milk, in Europe’s smallest cheese factory. She prepares her dishes with love and care, and welcomes her clients as though they were friends.
The brunch menu is simple, but creative and well-balanced, generous, fresh, and light.
We enjoyed the selection of house-made cheeses (cow’s milk, goat cheese and “quaimembert”), made on quai des Pêcheurs. Camille also performed the remarkable feat of making Stéphanie like Camembert and goat cheese!
We also enjoyed the toasted brioche with apples, roasted beetroot, bacon chips and fromage frais, as well as the pancakes with fromage frais and popcorn.
Camille’s passion and care for her work clearly shine through in her cheeses and in the balance of flavors.
Sometimes talent really makes it worth while to start your own business “for good”!
We tested Pour de Bon for the first time while restaurants were still open in France. Since then, we’ve also tried out the take-away brunch, and found it just as fresh and delicious as ever. We doubly recommend this place. Camille is a flavor magician! At the moment, in addition to brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, you can order a selection of treats to go: “apéro” boxes and house-made cheeses, as well as tasty dishes and desserts for both lunch and dinner.
Pour de Bon
📍19 quai des Pêcheurs, Strasbourg
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