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.