On our return to BernKastel after a day out in Cochem we were looking for somewhere to have dinner and, by sheer luck stopped in Traben-Trarbach which is about half way between the two, it was here we found the Storcke Stutz restaurant. The place is built into a hillside with vaulted ceilings and exposed stone where the rear walls have been cut out of the rock. This and lit candles on tables makes for a very atmospheric feel. The staff were very friendly and spoke good English. The menu as usual in German restaurants was comprehensive with an excellent choice of meals including vegetarian. Jay had a wonderful selection of mixed vegetables including fried slice potatoes in Riesling and Thyme sauce and I had one of my favourites, Schnitzel. We complimented our meals with Diet Coke, Gluhwein, Pils and Schnapps, all for only 30 euros, excellent value.
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