A most stop! Located on the shore of the Danube and the oldest restaurant in Germany! You can have takeout or sit and enjoy the vintage beauty. The servers wear authentic dress. The sandwiches were delicious!
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WE had been told that this was a must stop by many people that have visited this small town along the Danube. So when our river cruise docked it was the first place we went. We were lucky it was not busy and we stepped...More
Walking along the raging rive Danube taking some photos of the old stone bridge and the swirling waters around it one could not miss the action around what they say is the oldest sausage house in Germany. The whole time we were there there was...More
This 700 year old hole in the wall has the best sausage and sauerkraut. Terrific old time ambiance. Cool to eat in a restaurant that has been around so long. The menu is limited to sausage, sauerkraut, potato salad and bread, but totally worth it.
A little stone building right next to the Historic Stone Bridge. My husband ordered a 2 sausage and sauerkraut sandwich to go. Sausages were small, would have been better with 3 sausages. Very much a tourist attraction and the sandwich was tasty but nothing special....More
Wanted a snack after tour of the town, but did not want to sit or stand outside at the small house. Was able to find a few vegetarian options in the restaurant. Soup, potato pancakes with sauerkraut and a pretzel from the bread basket were...More
While walking the old town you should definitivly go to this small house and eat your Bratwurst. You can choose if you want them "to go" or "sitting down". The "to go" version is cheeper but as good as the other one. While waiting for...More
Extremely old spot with amazing sausages and sauerkraut. And the mustard is the perfect accompaniment! The smell of the sausages grilling makes it hard to walk by. The location is really nice along the river. We were in town on a Sunday and nothing much...More