The woman who works here (and possibly owns the restaurant?) is so, so, so nice. She had no problem whatsoever running back to the kitchen three times to ask the chef questions about sauces, fryers, oil, etc. I HATE having to ask so many questions about gluten and cross-contamination, especially in a country not my own, but it was easy here and she didn't even make me feel badly about it. She said "oh, you poor lady, it must be very hard." I almost melted on the spot. A lot of restaurateurs get really annoyed, I guess because all the questions make it sound like I don't trust them or I don't think they know what they're doing, but this woman was nothing but empathetic and I love her and I wish we could be best friends forever. She even let me practice my German when ordering even though it wasn't very good!
They have gluten-free pasta and they make all their sauces in the restaurant as well as their salad dressings, so the chef can make anything without gluten. They do put flour on their pommes to keep the from sticking together, but they will make them without. She said in the summer they have two fryers, so perhaps one is dedicated to gluten-free fare, I wasn't quite clear on that. Because we were there in the late winter/early spring, they only had one fryer, and the chef had made chicken nuggets before we came in, so I couldn't have any pommes. But I had a beef steak with mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil, a yummy salad, and some gluten free pasta to round out the plate. My husband had a schnitzel with mushroom cream sauce and spaetzle, and he liked it a lot.
This was a nice place, and the water is on tap, I believe, so it didn't cost 6,000 euros. Not the fanciest or maybe even the best food in Sankt Goar, but I would certainly eat here again.
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