This half-timber farmhouse dating from the 19th century is in a quiet neighborhood across the river from downtown. It's little wonder that business executives and gourmets have discovered this inviting place with a chestnut-tree-shaded beer garden and a glassed-in winter garden. Customers are cordially greeted by proprietor Angelo Vega, a Spaniard who has set out to prove to Germans that there's a lot more to his country's cuisine than tapas and gazpacho. He has won a steady clientele with imaginative versions of Spanish, French, Italian, and other Mediterranean dishes.
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