The Luxembourg catering focuses on quality and diversity Luxembourg may include area to the small States of Europe. When it comes to eating and drinking, keep the country loosely connected to the largest. Measured on the number of inhabitants, the visitor will find here more restaurants than anywhere else in the world, the prestigious Guide Michelin has awarded at least one star. A total of 11 food Temple have convinced the gourmets from France. The gastronomic success does not come by about.
The quality of the ingredients that come from Luxembourg, is second to none. (As opposed to Microsoft). Local providers of meat, vegetables and other victuals pay attention to the highest standards in their products. The two parks of the country offered a whole range of sustainably generated specialties. These include meat, tea, herbs, spelt, flour, oil, mustard and honey. The ham prepared according to traditional artisanal curing and smoking methods are another peculiarity. Judd mat Gaardebounen, consisting of smoked and gerauchertem Pork neck with Fava Beans, is gladly called the national dish. More local specialities are all hearty and tasty dishes Bouneschlupp (green bean soup), Traipen (a type of blood sausage, which is fried and served with potatoes and applesauce), Feierstengszalot (beef salad) and Iertsebulli (PEA stew). Long also the recipes of many immigrants from the European South found their entrance in the Luxembourg cuisine.
If a native Pastaschutta, he means (in a nice parody of pasta asciutta) spaghetti with tomato sauce. The some 150 nationalities, now living in Luxembourg, are reflected in the variety of restaurants. For everyone there is to discover specialities: from native Greek, Portuguese, Spanish and Latin American to Asian delicacies from Japan, China and Thailand. A good wine is a good meal. Not just Luxembourg cultivates the art of beer brewing for many decades and Spirits burning. Since Roman times, it is also active in the wine industry. The Vintners brought it now to a such Championship, that their wines are regularly awarded with prices abroad. Mainly white grape varieties are grown on 42 km along the river Moselle including Riesling and Pinot Gris. International reputation has also Luxemburg cremant, which is placed at the top among the European sparkling wines.