This historic restaurant is adjacent to the Steigenberger Airport Hotel/Frankfurt. The atmospheric building is a 230-year old forester's lodge with many historical artifacts hanging on the walls.
We chose the buffet dinner: 35 Euros for all you can eat, and this was an amazing introduction to German “rustic-regional” cuisine. It was impossible to even sample all the wide variety of foods on offer, including salads, charcuterie, cheeses, hot foods, and desserts. During our visit, the chef at the carving table was stirring up a mushroom sauce to go with the meats. This apparently is one of their traditional specialties. In fact, there were so many interesting sauces and condiments accompanying the various plates, we almost needed a local person to guide us on the authentic way to eat the various foods.
To finish off, the dessert buffet included wine-poached pears and plums, a layered custard pot with a mango puree topping, local soft-ripened cheeses, mousses, pastries and more.
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