Across from the cathedral, this wine cellar, restaurant, and hotel is a bastion of tradition and Gemütlichkeit (comfort and conviviality). The proprietor personally bags some of the game that ends up on the menu ($$$). Simple but filling dishes include the fresh trout and the lentils with a sausage called Saitenwurst. In summer the dark-oak dining tables spill onto a garden terrace. Approximately 20 Baden wines are served by the glass, many supplied from
the restaurant's own vineyards. The charming guest rooms are in the main building and in a neighboring centuries-old house.
Jun 14, 2001
Directly on the square where Freiburg's minster proudly stands and a bustling market is held six days a week. Charming restaurant with solid fare. I was "forced" to stay here recently when the Hotel Colombi was full and I did not regret it one moment. Very reasonable rates!