Share a tarte flambée with good company
Or dinner, as a starter, or for lunch, tarte flambée is a delicious and gourmet speciality that’s made for sharing. In Le Kochersberg, the birthplace of flammekueche, the tradition is passed down from generation to generation in some establishments.
Some will say it's just skyr, sliced onions, and bacon. Not at all! Flammekueche, Alsatian tarte flambée, is above all a gourmet experience to share as a group. Grab a slice straight from the wood-burning oven and roll up the still smoking pieces with your fingers. It's best while still hot: delicious, light, and crispy.
Connoisseurs have their tarte flambée with a glass of pinot blanc or pinot noir rosé. Some restaurants give the tart a twist by adding local specialties, goat cheese, or Munster. There’s even a sweet version with stewed apples. Enjoy it without moderation and to your heart's desire, on certain days of the week.