Metz, city of food-lovers, produces a delicious art de vivre by using different elements from the culinary catalogue: from tasting points to gourmet restaurants, from wine bars to typical brasseries, from the Tables de Rabelais to flavours from across the world, Metz offers food-lovers so many different dishes, from bourgeois cooking to fusion food, from snacks to banquets, something for all tastes and all pockets.
The Tables de Rabelais is a symbol of traditional Metz gastronomy and a testimony to the Rabelaisian spirit, noble heritage of Metz. With the help of the Tourist Office, it groups together thirty or so restaurant owners, professionals of the food trade and experienced producers. Their business is to develop flavour and to communicate the values which make up the French art de vivre, combined with subtle influences from across the borders.
Tourist Office agents can give information on our gourmet package which comprises a one-day tour (or longer) of Metz and its area, including tasting sessions. This all-inclusive formula is practical and especially popular with those wishing to make the very most of their stay.
For further information: Tourist Office contact details