One of our favorite restaurants in Strasbourg is Corde à Linge, a restaurant specializing in Spätzle, a German noodle. The restaurant itself is great for many reasons, including its unique and tasty fare, but also its prime location in Petite France (one of the most picturesque areas of Strasbourg) and the fact that the restaurant is open and serves food all day long (either in the laundry-themed interior or outside next to the river). Another draw is the moderate pricing--Strasbourg can rival Paris with its restaurant prices, and any sit-down restaurant that doesn't leave you penniless at the end of the meal is a winner in my book!
But really, something that may easily be overlooked at this restaurant are their desserts. They are all homemade, beautiful and tasty. I've had several, but the one that I go back to again and again is their Kugelhopf ice cream. (Kugelhopf is a dry bread that can either be sweet or savory and is shaped almost like a bundt cake.) The ice cream is shaped to look like the traditional Kugelhopf and is a little taste of ice cream heaven. I don't know exactly what is in this little gem, but I believe there is a little bit of Riesling and raisins. But what I do know is that I'll be filing this away in my "Must-Try-To-Recreate" file when I return home (and to all of my kitchen gadgets)!