The Quetschekuche Stubb or, as the non-Palatinate says, Zwetschgenkuchen Stube (The Plum Pie Tavern) , the setting for hearty Palatinate hospitality, invites you to come visit after its renovation and restoration of the old walls, which were partly built in the 15th century. The half-timbered house with its artistic front is unmistakable from afar. In this historic property, we have created four modern premises through elaborate renovation.
the gastronomic heart of the house is beating at the bar and in the barrel vault, with its red upholstered benches and classic wooden tables, as well as in the light-flooded winter garden. In a relaxed atmosphere you can enjoy our young, creative cuisine with pepped-up Palatinate classics. Whether it's on the stove or in the oven - the Quetsch (plum) is there and can be found in numerous dishes. In addition to the food we also offer a wide range of regional and national wines. Our two medieval hunters' rooms are ideal for small celebrations, wine tastings and regulars' tables. Throughout the summer, our secluded terrace offers a place to spend lukewarm summer evenings in the countryside small wine village, while enjoying delicious food and wine.
Family Saxon with team
Daily from 16 o'clock
Closed on Tuesday and Sunday