This restaurant is the perfect answer to those who want a taste of traditional Alsatian food, which has a strong German influence. The restaurant is small and very friendly with a good understanding of good solid hearty fare in enormous servings. The traditional sauerkraut and sausages (choucroute) is excellent, as were the cheese dumplings which we ordered. The choucroute came with a generous (think small mountain) serve of sauerkraut, tasty homemade sausages and pork. The dumplings were light, tasty and very filling. The restaurant design alone is worth the visit with its rustic charm. The staff are friendly with a very good sense of humour. It is well worth visit to get sense of traditional Alsatian fare.
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