The cuisine of the Palatinate
The culinary culture of the Palatinate has been strongly influenced over the centuries, mainly from the neighbouring country of France and this can be seen in such dishes pate, Flammekuchen or tarte flambé.
Pork is still the main ingredient of many sausage recipes in the Palatinate. Other delicacies are Sauerkraut, smoked ham, trout - fresh from one of the many rivers, white asparagus and the numerous soups, whilst not forgetting that game also has a privileged place in local cuisine.
Wine Shops & Weinstuben
The vinotheques, which can be found throughout the region, stand for Palatinate hospitality and their way of life. They invite you to the completely casual tasting and purchase of wines. Although wine here is in the foreground, it does not mean that there is nothing else to admire. The exceptional architecture of the vinotheques makes it possible to taste the wines in perfect surroundings in order to make the experience even more memorable for the tasters. Wine is not simply drunk here, but experienced with all your senses and there are usually also the appropriate Palatinate “delicacies”. In addition, most of the winegrowers offer their own farm-produced wines for tasting and purchase.
"La Boutique" Bodega & Bar is not only a wine and spirits shop, but also a café, which turns into a fine bar after the aperitif time.
In a modern vinotheque, surrounded by vines, you will find excellent sparkling wines and wines from the Weingut Ökonomierat Isler. A small selection of food, as well as coffee & cake, cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks complete the extensive offer. The building is completely barrier-free
In the oldest part of Steinhäuser Hof is "The Urgestein Bar" - our wine bar and wine shop. Over 300 wines are available for tasting and we serve "small dishes that will not fill you up, but make you happy".
The wine & wine shop which inspires with its wine selection of wines made from local grapes (white wines and red wines), and the homemade, freshly-baked tarte flambee, various salads and other wine-accompanying desserts.
An overview of all wineries in Neustadt and its wine villages can be found here: