A very old restaurant that began in 1896 as a place that made and served what they call apple-wine. It's different from the American cider and different from the French cidre.
Food was very good and service pleasant and attentive.
The Gegrilltes Rippchen (# 151 in the menu) are a grilled pork chop. It's very thick, very juicy and delicious. Perfectly prepared, perfectly seasoned.
The Hessenschnitzel (# 356 in the menu) is a Schnitzel filled with apple puree and is very good and special.
The Dampfnudel - gefüllt mit Pflaumenmus, Vanillesauce, Sahne (# 40 in the menu), is a large yeast dough dumpling baked not in the oven, but in steam in a well covered pot. The dumpling is filled with plum mousse with little bit alcohol and swims in a vanilla sauce. 3 whipped cream hills surround it and it's excellent.
We warmly recommend this restaurant.
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