Beautiful ceilings painted with vine motifs, exposed beams, wooden wainscotting and an old tile stove make for a gemütlich (cozy) atmosphere. This small restaurant fills up fast, not least because of the Swabian cooking, including the region's signature maultaschen (filled pasta pockets). The chef makes sure the ingredients are from the region, including the inn's namesake, trout, often served as French-style almondine. Save room for dessert, especially
the housemade Schwäbische Apfelküchle (Schwabian applecake) with vanilla sauce.