Over a plate of grilled steak with handmade Spätzle (noodles) you can concentrate on the essentials: Swabian cuisine. This charmingly crooked inn was originally part of a Beguine nunnery, so the menu includes appropriately named dishes such as "Herrgottsbscheißerle" (lit. "Swindlers of the Almighty"), the local name for Maultaschen (filled pasta), and "Himmel und Hölle“ (lit. "Heaven and Hell") - slices of fried liver sausage and black pudding.
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