Luxembourg's most famous patisserie is owned by the same extended family that owns Chicago's famous Oberweis. Light lunches are available in the upstairs tearoom—chose your meal at the counter from a selection of quiche Lorraine, spinach pie, and the like, then pick a table and the food will be brought to you. Beer and wine are available. Some time during 2012 the shop and restaurant will relocate to a more expansive building directly across the street. There are several other Oberweis outlets across the city, including a branch inside the main railway station.
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