Where can you eat ?

Where can you eat ?

Have fun with your friends! Enjoy Alsatian cuisine: the flammekueche (Alsatian bacon and onion tart), a local speciality that you can share in a winstub (traditional restaurant). Many restaurants have happy hours and all-you-can-eat deals. Every year, EM students present their selection in the Le Strassbuch guide, and lots of local bloggers will tell you about their favourite spots.


For your everyday meals, 9 university restaurants (RU) and 5 cafeterias are open to students enrolled in higher education, and accessible with yourMon Pass Campus or Mon Pass Resto'U card.
The university restaurants and cafeterias are managed by the CROUS of Strasbourg and provide you with a well-balanced meal at an affordable price.

Social rate meals for students without a grant

If you are not a grant holder but you are in financial difficulty, you can eat for 1€ . To make this request, you must fill in the online form and provide proof of your student status for the academic year 2021-2022


To discover local products and eat local, go to the farmers' markets.

From field to plate... farm produce baskets
Get your farm produce baskets at one of the many distribution sites in the Eurometropolis. Find one near you!

Certain student associations - such as Campus Vert - also offer baskets at special student rates.

A second meal with Restos U'

All students can ask for a second takeaway meal when they come to the RU (up to a limit of 2 meals per day at social rates). Don't hesitate to ask for yours on Friday evening!  All the information on the Crous de Strasbourg website.


If you are experiencing serious temporary financial difficulties, you can apply for specific one-off, personalised assistance which will be paid by the Crous. 
All the information and procedures to follow here
For advice, you can also call the following number from Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm: 0 806 000 278



The AGORAé of the Afges association provides assistance, mainly food, to students in financial difficulty (on social criteria). Registration is open until the end of May. The grocery shop is scheduled to close for the summer around mid-June. More information here.


Perm’Campus : For all students in Strasbourg who have difficulties, every Thursday from 1 to 4.30 pm at 43 rue Goethe. Information and contact.
Caritas also offers you various emergency food aids such as
- a breakfast reception every morning at the Arc-en-Ciel office in Strasbourg, from 8.30 to 9.30 am from Monday to Saturday. 
- but also hot meals, vouchers and food parcels 
All information here.

All food aid

There are many emergency food aids throughout the country, such as food parcels, food vouchers, food distributions, etc.  They can be found on the Soliguide website.

The VRAC Strasbourg association 

You want to eat more organic and local products without spending too much money? Contact the association VRAC Strasbourg Eurométropole, which sells very good quality products at a lower cost. More info here.

Les petites cantines 

Les petites cantines is a neighbourhood canteen that allows you to cook, eat or both! Meet other inhabitants and employees around sustainable, participative and free meals! Address:
More information.


Reduced price circuits

In this article you will find more than 35 direct farm sales outlets and more than 80 distribution outlets, some of which offer baskets at solidarity prices for students, such as les Jardins de la Montagne Vertele Jardin de Marthe, or l’Ilot de la Meinau.


Unsold food from markets and bakeries

You can drop by at the end of the markets or before the bakeries close to get products at a reduced price! 
All the addresses of the markets.
Good plan: the association La Tente des glaneurs collects and distributes unsold food from markets. Find all their info here.

Anti-waste apps    

heart Anti-waste applications such as Too Good To Go or Phenix allow you to buy unsold food from local shops at a good price. 


You'll find a lot of bars and restaurants of all kinds in Strasbourg, for example, in the student neighbourhoods of Krutenau and Esplanade, but also in the city center and the new district, Presqu'île Malraux.
Every year, the students of the business school in Strasbourg publish a guide to their selection of bars and restaurants, called Strassbuch.
Certain blogs, such as Kapoué and Pokaa, also present their discoveries in the field of culinary.