Look no further for a giant dose of charm than this beautifully restored, high-gabled house in the Schnoor. The four floors connected by a steep, narrow staircase are part tearoom and coffeehouse, with excellent evening meals served as well. Whatever you eat or drink, the polished antiques, old prints, and wonderful uneven walls and floors will remind you of some old Dutch master print. The kitchen, meanwhile, focuses on healthful, local products that appear in hearty stews, flavorful soups, and some creative pastas, along the lines of ravioli filled with beets. Desserts are made fresh daily, and the wine list is as well chosen as the menu and the furnishings.