Enjoy a hearty lunch or dinner in a traditional wine tavern or at a “Bäck” (historically a combination of bakery and wine tavern). Sample typical Franconian delicacies such as a wine soup, a “wedding meal” (boiled beef with a horseradish sauce and noodles), "Gerupfter" (a Camembert cheese spread, best enjoyed on a slice of rye bread), "Sauerbraten" (braised beef marinated in red wine and vinegar) or "Blaue Zipfel" (pork sausages slowly simmered in a vinegar broth) – or one of many regional fish dishes e. g. deep-fried carp or poached trout. In spring, white asparagus is served in almost every restaurant.
Franconian cuisine features many pork dishes, but vegetarians and vegans will also be well catered for. Würzburg with its large student population has dining options for every taste. From Italian trattorias to Turkish kebap houses, from Indian restaurants to Chinese take-aways - the choice is yours! For a special treat dine at one of Würzburg's two Michelin starred restaurants: Kuno 1408 and Reisers!