Owned by the same family for three generations, this lovely, old-fashioned brasserie serves healthy portions of classic Alsatian dishes, like choucroute garni—a small mountain of sauerkraut topped with slices of ham, sausage, and other smoked meats—in a relaxed atmosphere. If sauerkraut isn’t your game, try other classic brasserie fare like a tender entrecote (rib steak) or a breaded fillet of haddock. The decor is rustic without being kitsch. Despite the location, many of the diners are regulars. Eating’s not a requirement; if you want, you can just enjoy a Mutzig (Alsatian beer) on the terrace and soak up a splendid view of the buttresses of Notre-Dame. Service is “nonstop.”