We really enjoyed this place. Great simple rustic food. We had the oxtail stew and chicken in Riesling.
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Reffered to by hotel manager. We took preskopf as entree and choucroute as main dish. The preskopf of the same quality I can buy everywhere in a shop in Belgium. The choucroute is not any better than in a ordinary brasserie in Belgium. Disappointed. There...More
Tasted a lovely tourte d'asperges accompanied with a nice Pinot Gris. The wine card includes a wide variety of local wines. Freindly caring staff and great atmosphere in this typical building.
I had veal kidneys, nothing exceptional, disappointing at the quality. The waitress was was as gloomy as the setting, she must have been French not German, no cheerfulness.
We recently ate lunch at Zum Pfifferhus. Both food and service were good with a good selection of traditional Alsation dishes along with wine and beer options. Portions for lunch are fairly large so you can easily share appetizers and main dishes or just forego...More
We came here after being very disappointed from another restaurant, and - nobody spoke German or English. we ordered some wine and the recommendations of the day. Service was good, despite the language problems, and the food was excellent and really authentic. But even better...More
Classic, Alsatian restaurant. Our group was 14 in total and the evening was lovely. A family came , danced in authentic costume. A true highlight of the trip.
Recommended by Michelin was the reason we came here. The food was good and abundant (too much?). The temperature was boiling and no air allowed in. The lady in charge was extremely rude. We will not come back to such a place where, despite the...More
We were passing through the region as part of a 60-day trip, and knew nothing about this region before we came. We stopped by here on a Sunday night in July when everything else in the area was closed. Thank goodness Wistub Zum Pfifferhus was...More
Set in picturesque Ribeauville the restaurant maintains the 'image' with traditional decor. The dining room is not large and so seating is quite close. The menu has a good range of regional dishes, modestly priced and presented in a 'traditional way' (this is not nouvelle...More