We had a great experience and meal at Gasthof Zum Mohren. We arrived for lunch rather late, around 13:30, and apparently a tour bus of customers had just left. So we were seated promptly and had good service. All of the servers spoke English at least a little bit which is not common for this part of Germany. I ordered the “platter of local specialties” which included Maultaschen (German ravioli filled with meat and vegetables) that came with a mushroom sauce, cheese Spatzle, and another rolled pasta-like dish (sorry I can’t remember the German name) that had pork and sauerkraut inside, and a small side salad. Everything on my plate was delicious and I would be happy to eat that meal again often! The salad I had was by far one of the most interesting I had on the trip, not just lettuce but carrots, bell peppers, cucumbers and tomatoes with a good dressing. Although we did not order meal sized salads at our table I did see them be delivered to other tables and they had large piles of mixed greens with fresh strawberries and other good looking produce.
Our total bill for 3 meals, 2 beers, and 3 waters was 42 Euros and they accepted foreign credit cards which is another thing that does not usually happen in this part of Germany. I highly recommend this restaurant; just try to avoid the tour bus crowd!
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