Very tipical restaurant with tipical alsacien dishes. The restaurant is in a building 500 years old. People are very kind and food very nice. Try the wine and don't forget the dessert!
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Instead of stopping on the motorway whikst travelling from Austria to Reims, we decided to stop in Saverne. What a great decision. This is a very picturesque town although it seemed deserted when we visited on Saturday lunchtme. We were attracted by the outside of...More
Our reservation did not work out but it did not matter because when we arrived we got a table for two without problem. We took the menu alsacien and it was great. It was high quality food served by friendly staff (as we did not...More
We arrived a little bit late for a lunch, but we were still accepted. We didn't regret it. Of course we decided to try the local food (choucroute and bäckeoffe) and all was so delicious at very acceptable prices. The winecard is proposing a nice...More
We, a group of 8 people, had dinner here. The inside looked inviting and cosy. When we entered the restaurant, we asked the staff if they speak German. The server said no and showed us our tables. Later we got French menu and spent about...More
Wonderful setting, in a traditional environment in the centre of Saverne, with great food and plenty of local specialities.
I was very keen to eat at Taverne Katz because of the great reviews on Tripadvisor and I was not disappointed. We were moored on the Canal a short walk away from the historic cobblestone city center. There are a variety of restaurants around, all...More
We were boating the Marne de la Rhin canal and only had one night in Saverne, France- which is a wonderful and beautiful town, and someone directed us to Katz. It is located on a main cobblestone street located near the harbor and I was...More
Arrived later in the evening at Taverne Katz. Interesting, intricate decor. Staff is great - some just speak French, but some speak Alsation, German and English as well. Menus are in a variety of languages, so you dod not need to decipher Alsatian ( though...More
Found Saverne by accident of timing on a long journey and needing lunch! We found Taverne Katz in the lovely high street and were drawn by its beautiful half-timbered facade (and the fact there was a free table on the little outside terrace). The food...More