Your comfortable Hotel in Kehl Kork
Hirsch, the restaurant at the gates of the French metropolis of Strasbourg has been lovingly run by our family for well over 100 years. Our cosy guestrooms invite you to relax after a hard day's work or a busy day of vacation. Waiters and chefs pamper our guests at the restaurant, which has been awarded by the Michelin Guide for many years. Balmy summer evenings are best spent on our flower-decked terrace, while our Linz tram beckons you to enjoy cigarettes and a digestif. A well-tempered wine (e.g. from Baden) can be found in the cellar throughout the year.
From breakfast in the morning to a nightcap at night, we stand for courtesy and friendliness.
We are looking forward to your visit.
The staff as well as
Ute Needell | Gerhard Arbogast | Marc Needell
Menu en miniature
Our eleven course menu consists of many wonderful small bites. Depending on the creative mood of the boss, two or three things are added in the form of amuse bouches
The name is of the surprise menu is “Programme”. The journey is a bit shorter than the menu en miniature – but no less exciting.
The way to the heart goes through the stomach
The way to the heart goes through the stomach– for our Candlelight Dinner: Romantic with Candlelight we serve a short 4-course menu.
Fun & Action at the Europa-Park
Wild rollercoasters, wet wild water rides, breathtaking shows and fun for the whole family. The Europa-Park offers all this.
Cycling fun in the Hanauerland
Relax in the Baden suburb to the Minster city, enjoy our fine cuisine and be in Strasbourg in not time at all.
Further modifications and renovations give the Hirsch its current appearance.
With the takeover of the business by Ute Needell and Gerhard Arbogast, the dining area got its present-day image.
from the 60s
In the 1960s, agriculture was abandoned and the hotel and inn expanded.
In the course of time a thriving restaurant business grew from the former tavern, with its own agriculture and guest rooms.
1902: Family ownership
Acquisition of the Hofreite with adjoining shed and residential house by the great-great-great-grandfather for the deposit of 70 gold marks.
by 1902: the brewery
By 1902, the house had been converted into a brewery and was operated by various tenants.
Construction of the main house by the brickmaker Michael Müller.