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We had chosen our hotel because of this restaurant. It was the first certified restaurant in the Saarland using only organic food or meat from free range farms. The menu is small, not too many choices, but a good variety including vegetarian dishes. All products are from the area, no shipping across all of Europe, which is another plus in my mind.
Everything is prepared freshly, so expect to sit a while. I had a very good Rosé wine from the Saar , my husband the equally good local pils.
The food was delicious! We had rumpsteak and cordon bleu, with a good selection of potatoes, vegetables and salads. We paid about 60 Euro for our meal.
The restaurant is slightly more expensive than average, but you always have to pay more for organic food and especially for free range meat. There are not too many vineyards along the Saar , and any wine from there is more expensive than from other areas in Germany. The pils was actually cheaper than average, probably because it is considered basic in the Saarland.
All I can say our meal was worth every cent.
Written Nov 2, 2007
Address: 66352 Grossrosseln-Karlsbrunn
Well, maybe not to die for, but at least to forget all about the million calories éclairs have.
We had been told about a very good bakery, somewhere between Grossrosseln and Petite-Rosselle. This somewhere consists of a bridge, maybe 20 meters long. No bakery on this bridge, so we walked on into Petite-Rosselle. And sure enough, just after the first corner we found it, no ordinary bakery, but a cake/pastry/chocolate shop all in one.
Even though it was late Saturday afternoon it was still open (quite a change from the deserted city of Völklingen) and they were really busy.
I was happy to see the most mouthwatering éclairs and bought a few. I started ordering in French, but the saleslady had heard me talking to my husband in German and answered in German. All the employees in the shop switched from French to German and back with great ease.
The éclairs were just as good as they looked. I don't remember how much they were, 1,50 or 2 Euro, no more.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 209 rue Gén.de Gaulle,57540 Petite-Rosselle
One of the small villages in the Warndt is called St.Nikolaus - Santa Claus in German. Needless to say, the local post office gets quite a lot of letters for Santa Claus during the Christmas season. Each year in November and December volunteers come and help answering the letters. They try not to leave one letter unanswered.
Nikolaustag - Santa Claus' day is 6 December and each year the local gymnasium is turned into a post office on 5 and 6 December, and letters are then stamped with a special St Nikolaus stamp.
Written Nov 4, 2007
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Written Nov 18, 2009