Hidden from the tourist masses down an obscure side street, this is a best winstub in town. Savor authentic Alsatian specialties in the cozy wood-paneled dining room bustling with locals. You might need to bring your Alsatian dictionary to decipher the excellent value menu items such as fleischschnackas (regional pot-au-feu soup), jambonneau à l’ancienne (leg of pork), and lawerknaepfla (quenelle dumplings of various meats). For the less courageous, they prepare a variety of reliable and tasty flammekueche tarts. To complete your experience, order a portion of Muster or Roquefort cheese. The kitchen is open until midnight.