Fine local cuisine with a rural influence takes center stage in our culinary highlights. We would thereby like to define the term “regionalism” from a bifocal perspective:

On the one hand, we draw fantastic products from the broad range of our Franconian homeland, but we don’t close ourselves to regional specialties from other places if there are no equally high-class domestic alternatives.

On the other hand, “regionalism” means conscious support of culinary traditions from other places – far from an escalating “taste internationalism” which finally leads to dilution of traditional types of preparing food and authentic taste experience.

We had and still have the pleasure to get to know the grand diversity of native kitchen cultures on our many travels all over the world and still resort to this know-how when composing our constantly changing theme menus.