The Dieulangard Family has filled this cellar with all sorts of antique stuff, including canon balls from Napoleon, that they found in this cellar, when they dug it out a little deeper. There are even two wells in the cellar that still have water in them! Actually this is one of the oldest cellars in the entire area, and you don't even have to pay admission to see it. Just order something nice, and enjoy the atmosphere!
They're open from Monday through Saturday from 6 p.m until 12 a.m. Closed on Sundays.
Favorite Dish: Monsieur Nicolas Dieulangard is the owner and chef in this restaurant, which speacializes in nouveau cusine from Normandy. It wouldn't be a good idea to tell you what to order (because it's all good) and because the menu changes. They specialize in fish and game and salads with wild vegetables and herbes. Somewhat expensive, but after you have eaten here, you will think that you have died and gone to heaven.
For those searching for local fare at fair prices, try the Baurat Gasthaus. The food is local German, and a little mixed; i.e. you can get Schnitzel Wiener Style (fried breaded pork filets), as well as Hessian specialities, such as "Rippchen mit Kraut".
They're open daily from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m and from 5:30 p.m. until 1 a.m.. On Saturdays only in the evenings, and they're closed on Wednesdays.
Favorite Dish: Whatever is on the blackboard outside the restaurant - it's guaranteed to be fresh and fairly priced.