Stopped for lunch because it is the oldest continuously operated Gasthaus in Germany (1131 AD). The staff were stuffy and almost seemed offended we had entered their establishment.
One of us order couscous Mediterranean with zucchini and bell peppers. Very tasty and an adequate entree for 12.80€. The other ordered Schweinenackensteak special for 9.80€. Te meat was overdone but plentiful and the potatoes were perfect.
Was over-rated in the guidebooks. We would go elsewhere on the next trip. It's only saving Gracie's its proximity to the cathedral.
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