The dishes we serve are derived from the great cooking traditions of the kitchens of Franconia and Hohenlohe. These dishes have always been closely associated with the local wines and are also prepared with all the good things that nature provides in plenty here.
Some things are simple, such as the Lenten dishes served to the pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela. Other dishes are more unusual, such as local Tauber snails or use of local saffron as a seasoning.
You will certainly enjoy what you eat. The “Taste of the Tauber” does not follow modish trends. Our dishes offer intense and unique flavor experiences with no artificial ingredients. These are perfectly matched with Franconian wines from the Taubertal wine route.