Being arguably the most typically Luxembourgish restaurant in Luxembourg, this restaurant is a must for visitors. Try the Schweinehaxe/Jarret du porc, prepared in a unique manner, first cooked then grilled. This is what you see on most plates, but other copious dishes are served as well, along with the unfiltered beer. The place has expanded, and increased its prices, especially since a more upmarket bar scene opened up in the area, but it can still hard to get a seat. Last time we took a chance without reservation late on a weekday evening, and we were turned away even though there were empty tables, supposedly reserved. A drawback for individual visitors is that it attracts large companies that can be very noisy in the rather bare dining rooms.
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