Sausages are always the dish of the day at the Historiche Wurstküche
next to the Steinerne Brücke and the excursion-boat landing. The
Historic Sausage Kitchen has been serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a
tube for at least 500 years.
In warm weather, you can eat at the picnic-style
tables outside; in winter, you'll have to squeeze into the cozy building
for your order of 4, 6, 8, or 10 sausages on a bed of sauerkraut. (The sausages
are small, so don't be afraid to follow local custom by ordering a big batch.)
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