This is a small restaurant in the Hotel am Schloss, on the road leading to Schloss Hohentuebingen (now part of the University). It will take a bit of a climb to get there from the central marketpace, as Tuebingen is quite hilly. It is worth it. We found the place almost by accident as we were walking up to the Schloss, but noted a sign that they served regional (Swabian) food, which we wanted to try. As it was late summer, wild mushrooms were on the menu. My wife got a large salad topped with chicken and wild mushrooms, while I had Maultaschen, a Swabian speciality that is like a large ravioli, with mushroom sauce. Both were excellent. The restaurant has a small dining room and a larger outside area on a kind of balcony that overlooks the town. We actually were seated at both--it was raining when we arrived, but the rain quickly stopped and our waitress asked us if we wanted to sit outside, which we did, as the day was warm and, like most German restaurants, this local was not air-conditioned. Service was excellent and very friendly. We would most certainly return.
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