I found this restaurant on TripAdvisor while visiting Nuremberg on business and based on the reviews here I had high expectations. It was a fairly quiet night and I was seated in the upstairs dining room. In hindsight I should probably have asked for a table downstairs next to the open kitchen.
The restaurant has two four course menus set at €59, a countryside with meats and a seaside with fish. In addition they also have larger eight course menu set at €98, but for some reason it could only be found in the German menu. I asked for the countryside menu, but with scallops from the seaside menu as a starter. In addition to four courses in the menu I was also served an amuse bouche ahead of the meal and a glass of sorbet between the 2nd and 3rd course.
Although there were some minor flaws, all dishes tasted excellent and were nicely presented. The best dish was the Scotch fillet and knuckle of veal with tender, juicy meat that was packed with flavors.
As other reviews have also noted, if you are tired of sausages and sauerkraut I can highly recommend this place as an excellent alternative.
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