Nobelhart & Schmutzig

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Nobelhart & Schmutzig doesn’t simply prefer local ingredients, but it actually uses ONLY locally grown ingredients. This means that lemons, tuna or chocolate are nowhere to be found on the menu. Supporting local farmers and preparing the meals with seasonal ingredients, the restaurant offers mouth-watering dishes which are made using traditional methods and age-old techniques.

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