Behind the pretty 18C half-timbered façade, Schürers serves classic, regional cuisine with modern accents. Dishes range from braised veal tripe in Lemberger sauce to sea bass in bouillabaisse liquor with porcini risotto. Try and book a table in the vaulted cellar, built in 1710. There is a choice of specials at lunchtime. Cookery school on the premises.
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