Perles de Saveurs is a cozy cocoon of a restaurant, hidden away in a Renaissance courtyard. This charming, paved courtyard, shaded by a chestnut tree, is a calm haven from the bustling neighborhood of la Petite France.
The restaurant is made up of 2 dining areas, the main one being an intimate and cozy space in a dusty rose color palette, and the second a smaller mezzanine upstairs.
There are two different set menus, one for lunch and one for dinner. The lunch menu consists of two appetizers, two mains and two desserts, while the larger dinner menu offers a choice of two appetizers, two meat mains, two fish mains and two desserts. In keeping with seasonal offerings, the menu is changed very regularly.
Everything is house made with fresh, seasonal ingredients in order to bring out the best flavors. The food is authentic, generous, and very tasty.
The serving staff are smiling, thoughtful and attentive, particularly when it comes to food intolerances and allergies.
We particularly enjoyed the unique flavor combinations, the perfectly cooked cod, the tempting and creamy desserts (lemon tart and chocolate namelaka cream), the 60s/70s playlist, and the geometric interior (where the textured tables bear the same pattern as the wall paneling).
Perles de Saveurs
📍 9 rue des Dentelles – Cour Rathsaumhausen, Strasbourg