Isn’t it BBQ or BBQ? Where can I (still) grill sausages in Strasbourg?

To bake sausages and peppers in the center of Strasbourg, you need the right structure. We’ve created his chef’s guide to the perfect barbecue so you don’t set fire to beautiful parks and forests. Available street furniture, recent changes, and helpful laws to avoid being stigmatized: Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy lovingly marinated skewers and eggplant without pressure.

In principle, No fires In the city park of Strasbourg. Article 3 of the Public Green Space Regulations informs: “Fires are prohibited, as are barbecues, unless specifically permitted, and except in areas specifically set up for this purpose (and indicated by signs).”. But where exactly are these places?

Barbecue Strasbourg sign
© Lawrence Georges / Poker

good point

Gardens on both banks (Port du Rhin)

At the Jardins des Rives, located on the border of Strasbourg and Kehl, 3 barbecues Side by side for grilling enthusiasts. Plus, having a picnic table helps keep chefs and guests from getting too far apart.

However, you must bring your own grill and no portable barbecues are permitted except those provided by the City.

Barbecue Strasbourg Gardens on Two Banks
© Lawrence Georges / Poker

Robert Kuven Square, in Elsau

Easy to access by tram due to location Right next to Elsau train station, square Robert Couven, will host no less than four municipal barbecues that the grid seems to already offer.surrounded by small wall To limit the projection of embers, these barbecues are practical for arranging food bar-style.

Elsau Barbecue
© Lawrence Georges / Poker
Elsau Barbecue
© Lawrence Georges / Poker

Schurmeister Park (Mainau)

BBQ like no other This time it is next to the Municipal Schulmeisterpark at the edge of the Kurgertenpark in the Mainau district. Ideal as it is in the middle of the lawn and has more shade than the previous location, picnic table is also available.

barbecue meat
© Lawrence Georges / Poker
barbecue meat
© Lawrence Georges / Poker

Sheepfold Park, Kronenbourg

Go to Kronenbourg, behind Victor Schercher, a social and cultural center. next to the tennis court 2 furnished barbecues A grid of the days the photos were taken is available as well, but this is not systematic.A few wood The surroundings are sheltered from the sun, but there are no picnic tables.

Kronenburg Barbecue
© Lawrence Georges / Poker

Sports Park (Hautepierre)

Located at the Parc des Sports, at the end of Hautepierre tram line A, next to the Zénith de Strasbourg. four barbecue available and separate from each other.in some cases shaded areasometimes more sun exposure and barbecue nearby Garbage canpractical to pick up everything at the end of the meal.

barbecue sports park
© Lawrence Georges / Poker

Baggersee, Ballastiere, Petite France: No barbecues

Beware: Contrary to what you might think, no barbecue Not available in Baggersee (Meinau) or Ballastière (Bischeim). On the other hand, portable barbecues are always permissible as long as the fire (and thus the barbecue) is within 200 meters of a “forest, forest or plantation,” recalls the prefecture.

Similarly, Square Louise Vice, an iconic spot in Petite France, No longer serving BBQ self service. Despite the lack of signs allowing people to bring their own, some Strasbourg residents continue to come here to perpetuate the tradition of embers managed at their own risk.

Baggersee fire
Traces of the fire in Baggersee (Meinau) on Friday 22nd July. © Lawrence Georges / Poker
Louise Weiss Park
No more barbecue at Parc Louise Weiss (Petite France). © Lawrence Georges / Poker

Lawrence Georges