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Exceptionally friendly service, beautiful regional old winery decor making you feel at ease from the moment you step in and just perfectly delicious dishes.
The salmon and spaetzle combination is by the way worth a try! Plus: great local wines!
Arriving tired and hungry at first evening in the year, the menue was a bit smaller than usual. We got a table without reservation at 18.30 and the place filled up quite fast with local guys.
We got nice traditional food, wine and friendly service!...More
I had the cordon bleu de veau. It was not tender and very thick. Wasn’t pleasant to eat. The spätzle was under seasoned. Had a very boring side salad with it. I had a plum and vanilla ice cream sundae which was just okay. My...More
You are spoilt for choice in this town.On a rainy Friday we gave this place a go. Just as it opened at 12 noon we entered with some locals, always a good sign. We restaurant had a good atmosphere, and has a huge wine press...More
Really poor service. The staff was nice but gave the tables containing French or locals insect candles while the tourist had to endure with a plethora of flies.
Furthermore the days special (supposedly cocked medium) was inedibly cooked. But the atmosphere was nice.
We have been travelling trough Alsace for some days. We have had good vine and good food. This place rated as one of the best in this area maybe that is correct but it is not a five star restaurant. We had foi gras Alsace...More
We enjoyed the pleasant terrace and took the traditional courses like fois gras and tarte flambee, It was very good, also perfectly matching with local wines form the neighbor cellar. The service was truly attentive and very friendly. We have appreciated the atmosphere, the food...More
Despite the Christmas market the restaurant was fairly empty on the evening we dined there. The rustic interior is fairly typical of caveau type restaurants and was nicely decorated with xmas baubles and so forth. Worth trying as an aperitif is the cremant de pain...More
The restaurant is nice and cozy and lies in the old city of Turckheim. The restaurant has many dishes with sauerkraut on the menu, which we had to try as it is one of the local dishes. The suaerkraut with pigknuckles was delicious and the...More