There’s only one choice when you head to this authentic restaurant--the crispy Schwéngshax (pork knuckle) with cabbage and sautéed potatoes. Washed down with the unfiltered Clausel “Gezwickelt” speciality beer, this is as good as it gets. Just bring a healthy appetite.
46 montée de Clausen, Luxembourg-Clausen
The perfect place to get lost in the woods, and even try some reindeer when it’s in season. Firm favourites on the à la carte menu include typical ham, Fritten an Zalot or a very good bouché à la reine. It also has a nice selection of Luxembourg wines and digestifs.
400 rue des Sept-Arpents, Luxembourg-Beggen
This city centre location is a great place to stop off when you’re in town. Enjoy Kniddelen mat Speck (dumplings with bacon) or sauerkraut with all the accompaniments--various sausages and meats and potatoes--or a fine version of Feierstengszalot (a delicious cold boiled beef salad).
6 Côte d’Eich, Luxembourg-Centre
Cents famously is the capital city neighbourhood with the highest proportion of Luxembourg residents, and Beim Zeutzius may explain why. The menu includes a range of Kniddelen, Feierstengszalot and a very good Kachkéis schmeir (cooked cheese spread on bread). And they have Clausel beers.
71 rue des Trèves, Luxembourg-Cents