Set by the gate to the tiny Main Street and centre of town, this down-to-earth place features sturdy good quality food in the Frankish tradition. The family-run place dates back to 1658 -maybe earlier- and does ooze history from the outside and within.
Including prankish roof lamps with a barebosomed lady sporting stag horns and a mermaid tail. After partaking this delightful view, I enjoyed a excellent roast duck and savoury dessert for dinner.
Nicely cooled regional wine is served by the glass.
Prices are comfortable and helpings generous indeed.
Well recommended maybe even worth a small detour.
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