From the moment we arrived and were greeted by the head chef and owner Sydonie, until the time we shook his hand and he waved us out the door, this was an exceptional dining experience.
Every care is taken to make the guests feel at home. The restaurant feels very homey with its nice wooden panels and local decorations. As the menu is only in French and German, Sydonie took us through it and made sure we knew what we were ordering. He then suggested some excellent wines to pair with the meal.
And what a meal! We had the set menu at lunch, which featured a blended avocado amuse bouche, a smoked salmon starter, pork steak main and a peach ice cream desert. All throughout, the dishes contained a range of flavours and textures, elevating them well above what you might expect. The desert in particular highlighted this, with soft ice cream, sweet syrupy peach sauce, tangy gingerbread in the shape of a spoon, and a crunchy toffee presented in a delicate lattice which certainly belied its strength. It was food that demanded you pay attention to it, and appreciate it. It was fantastic. We certainly needed the post-meal coffee!
Before we left, Sydonie was kind enough to suggest some activities we might consider while travelling through the region. You could tell he was keen that we had a great time. And so between service that makes you feel so valued and food that makes you wish you had a larger stomach, I can emphatically recommend a trip to Auberge a l'Agneau. It's a restaurant worth going out of your way for!
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