Except for the McDonald's on Schmiedgasse, fare within the medieval walls is German all the way
- bratwurst, sauerbraten, potato pancakes, sour cream, apple strudel, the works.
The most touristy and expensive places are near the Marktplatz, but they're so beautiful they're
hard to resist.
The finest of the city's patrician houses, for example, the 14th-century Master Builder's House
on Schmiedgasse, is now a pricey restaurant. Fortunately, the food's good.
If you want to taste authentic German food, the Burgerkeller restaurant on Herrngasse 24 or the
Zur Holl on Burggasse 8 will not be a disappointment.
But German food is not the only type of cuisine you can indulge in here.
The Japan Restaurant Louvre on Klingengasse 15 is a testament to that, as here you will be able
to serve some of the finest Japanese dishes in the region at a reasonable price.
Or if you want to eat Italian dishes, you can try Eiscafe, Roma or Michelangelo.