Try Luxembourgish Cuisine
The traditional food of Luxembourg reflects its geographical location. Wedged in between Germany, France, and Belgium, it has plenty of culinary influences. We experienced this at restaurant Am Tiirmschen, a beautifully rustic restaurant in a restored medieval building. We tried Kniddelen: similar to gnocchi but made with wheat flour, eggs and milk and locally made sausages. The menu definitely reminded me a lot of German cuisine. Wish I would have had more than two days in Luxembourg City to dive deeper into its culinary offerings.
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