Flammkuchen with cheese plus pinot noir make perfect match in this beautiful city! Salads are amazing too, and hudge!
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We waited for 1.35h without getting any food. Terrible and unfriendly staff! Totally disorganised! Good beer though!
We liked the fresh & good Flammkueche, good vegetarian meals (limited selection), very good beer and fair prices: 61 Euros + tip for 6 of us (3 drank only tap water). We liked the place because we could see the brewing equipment around us.
We arrived late at night to the city so we went straight to visit them for dinner :) We heard about the artisanal beer and they didnt dissapoint, I had a really nice Chocolate malt beer and the infamous flammekueches :) :) it was delicious!...More
The staff was great, the place inside was nicely decorated and the prices were good. We went there two time during our stay. The first day the food was tasty, we tried the welsh which was very good. The beer was good but nothing special....More
Perfectly situated if you're staying south of the river, we enjoyed some excellent beers here. Plenty of outside seating in the sun, or a cosy indoor area - one thing to watch out for if indoors is that the local munster cheese is incredibly pungent...More
I read reviews and went to try out this place and I had to wait 30 mins before someone gave me a menu and asked me what I wanted. When the flammekueche arrived it was not up to standard and below average quality. I do...More
Perfect meal. Salad, viande cordon bleu and children’s menu. Polite and helpful staff. The ambient at au brasseur is good. Most guests are local. The staff knows English pretty good.
We went to try another restaurant and couldn’t get seated this was also suggested as one of the best places to get flammekueche! The restaurant is very big with lots of tables inside and out. The place is very popular but we did get seated...More