Riquewihr is an amazing, must - see village, even given the sheer quantity of those places in Alsace. Navigating the cultural difficulties in some of these places can be daunting. Decades ago I simply went with my best Standard German, as the Alsatian dialect of German is about 80% the same. These... read more
The restaurant Trotthus in Riquewihr can accommodate 40 guests and...
The restaurant Trotthus in Riquewihr can accommodate 40 guests and immediately wins by its warmth and its Alsatian atmosphere. The thick and old west wall is simply the wall of the rampart built during the year 1291! The setting is ancient: large exposed beams, some of which date back to the early sixteenth century, a collection of antiques collected by the owner of the house and linked to winemaking, an imposing and ancient wine press on which you can dine or drink a glass.
The Chef, Philippe Aubron, having knocked nearly 20 years around the world - from Japan to Australia and to the Caribbean - decided to drop his pots in Riquewihr. His Gourmet cuisine, inventive and refined, makes extensive use of the produce of Alsace and will satisfy the most demanding palates.