Weinstube Schellenturm
Roast Pork with Maultaschen (Swabian Ravioli) and Potato Salad

The Schellenturm (bell tower) was built as a part of Stuttgart's city wall in 1565. It was used as a prison and a depot for wine. Nowadays you can find some exquisite Swabian cuisine at restaurant Schellenturm. But before you are allowed to sit down and enjoy a meal, you have to climb the mass of stairs up the old tower. The restaurant is located on the two upper floors and welcomes you with a rustic, homely atmosphere. They offer the local Dinkelacker beer that is brewed only a short distance away in the south of Stuttgart. What would be better to go along with it than the Swabian plate (Schwabenteller)? It consists of two slices of tender roast pork, homemade Swabian ravioli (Maultasche) and potato salad. Just a delicious quick journey through Swabian cuisine.

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