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LA BOUCHERIE opens in Kreuzwertheim


Landgasthof zum Kaffelstein has launched new fine dining offer after renovation

KREUZWERTHEIM: The hotel-restaurant Landgasthof zum Kaffelstein has opened a fine dining restaurant in the town in Lower Franconia. It is called LA BOUCHERIE and complements the hotel's traditional restaurant. The opening was preceded by a three-month renovation and modernisation of the historic inn, whose roots go back to the middle of the 18th century.

At the turn of the year, Daniel Schröder and Rebecca Schröder took over their parents' business with business partner Elias Plömpel. They decided to remodel the business to meet today's demands for comfort, aesthetics and sustainability. At the same time, they wanted to preserve the charm and tradition of the hotel. The result is a symbiosis of traditional flair and contemporary design. The main room can accommodate up to 40 guests. Traditional home-style cooking with Franconian classics continues to be served in a cosy atmosphere with beers from Kauzen Bräu and wines from local winegrowers.  

A fine dining area for 20 guests has now been created in the former adjoining room. LA BOUCHERIE  offers a menu of five or six courses. Host Elias Plömpel has put together a selection of wines from top German and international winegrowers. Before becoming self-employed, Daniel Schröder was head chef at the gourmet restaurant Kuno 1408 in the Best Western Hotel Rebstock in Würzburg, for which he and his team were awarded a star in the Michelin Guide. After his apprenticeship at the same hotel, Elias Plömpel was most recently Chef de Rang at the Glouglou restaurant in Würzburg. Marcel Meining, most recently head chef at the Grüner Hasen in Rottendorf, has moved to the restaurant as sous chef.

The fine dining restaurant is open from Thursday to Sunday evenings. Lunch is also offered on Sundays.

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