The "Au Vieux Moulin" Restaurant is located in Lauterbourg in north-eastern Alsace, between Strasbourg and Karlsruhe, within a stone's throw of the German border.
Here is our establishment's address:
5A rue du Moulin
F-67630 LAUTERBOURG, FRANCE
How to get here
From Strasbourg, take the A35 motorway heading towards Hoerdt, and then take exit n°59 to Lauterbourg. At the town entrance, turn right at the roundabout, and then turn left until you reach Rue du Moulin.
Lauterbourg train station with trains to Strasbourg (one hour away), and also lines between Lauterbourg and Wörth/Karlsruhe.
- Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport in Germany is located 32 km away from our traditional French and Alsatian restaurant.
- Strasbourg International Airport is located 76 km away from our establishment.
- Stuttgart Airport is located just under 100 km from the "Au Vieux Moulin" restaurant
Main nearby cities
The Hôtel du Cygne in Lauterbourg (around 600 metres away)
39, rue du Général Mittelhauser
67630 Lauterbourg, France
Tel: +33 3 88 94 80 59
The Hôtel de l’Ancre (around three kilometres away)
2, route de Lauterbourg
67470 Mothern, France
Tel: +33 3 88 94 81 99
The Hôtel des Bois (around 13 kilometres away)
36, route de Hatten
67470 Seltz, France
Tel: + 33 3 88 05 56 10
The Hôtel Moulin de la Walk (around 18 kilometres away)
2 rue de la Walk
67160 Wissembourg, France
Tel: + 33 3 88 94 06 44
Camping des Mouettes (around 400 metres away)
Chemin des Mouettes
67630 Lauterbourg, France
Tel: +33 3 88 54 68 60
Lauterbourg and the surrounding area
Lauterbourg is a little harbour town located within a stone's throw of the Franco-German border, in the Bas-Rhin department at the most north-eastern corner of France.
Among the must-visit sites nearby, you are sure to enjoy exploring the small town of Wissembourg with the flowered gardens lining the banks of its canal, as well as Hunspach, listed as one of France's most beautiful villages, and Hoffen, located in the Northern Vosges Regional Natural Park. The Château de Fleckenstein, dating back to the 12th century, and perched on a dramatic rock face, is also well worth a visit.
Situated on the Franco-German border, the history of Lauterbourg comprises many twists and turns, and several wars. During World War II, the lower part of the town was completely destroyed. Lauterboug has since been rebuilt and various different industries gradually became established at the harbour on the Rhine. Large-scale work was carried out to offer inhabitants a pleasant living environment.
Before becoming a renowned restaurant, the estate was home to "Kuntz" chair makers for almost 30 years, and a flour mill, as well as a rapeseed oil mill from 1669 to 1922.
In 1982, Séverine's parents bought the establishment in a state of ruin. They renovated it over three years to transform it into a restaurant with character.