Bakeries and tea rooms

Alsatian culture also integrates a few sweet treats. Kougelhopf, for instance, is a traditional pastry eaten for breakfast. There’s also a savoury version that’s great with an aperitif. The damson, blueberry or rhubarb tarts are also delicious. Christmas is the time to enjoy the famous berawecka fruitcake and “bredala”, an assortment of butter shortbread, cinnamon stars, aniseed biscuits, etc. In the Guebwiller region, our craft bakers and confectioners invite you to try their Alsace specialities and other local treats. Food-lovers take note!

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Dany Husser pastry – tearoom Dany Husser pastry – tearoom
Guebwiller

Dany Husser pastry – tearoom

Established in 1927. Master Pastry, Chocolate-maker, Ice-cream maker, Caterer. Original setting with saltwater aquarium. Shaded terrace in summer. Breakfast served until 11:00. Small hot dishes at any time.
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Tearoom – Claude Helfter pastry
Guebwiller

Tearoom – Claude Helfter pastry

The crisp and melting chocolate treats are the stars, followed closely by the basket of fruits and chocolate, traditional raised pie and home-made jams.
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