Beer in all sauces!
Gourmet, reassuring and warm, beer-based cuisine is a must-eat.
Maybe our chefs fell into beer when they were little. In any case, they know how to make the (hoppy) mouth water. Cornelysaff's flagship dishes are prepared with beer: chicken stew with apricots and Wäissen Ourdaller, pork cheeks with Okult and mustard, pike-perch fillet with Hengeschter pils and onions and famous veal kidneys with Wellen and mustard.
A collection of local beers and brewed on site
In 2001, a farmers' cooperative wanted to create their own brewery by highlighting the cereals grown on site. Twenty years later, the basic project is still being followed and marketed by the Simon brewery. We thus find "living" beers, unfiltered or pasteurized, which allow a double fermentation in the bottle and especially tastes evolving all the time.
They are to be enjoyed "in moderation" at the Cornelyshaff bar.
A historic building
For more than a century, Cornelius' farm has been the living heart of this small town on the border with Germany, Heinerscheid. Today, the Cornelyshaff remains a choice stopover to discover the Our Nature Park. Epicureans, beer lovers and travelers will find their pleasure here.
Initially a farm, the Cornelyshaff was in turn an emigration office to the United States, a counter for timber and land, a distillery and a colonial food store.
Today, Cornelyshaff is distinguished by its local imprint, symbolized by the establishment of a traditional micro-brewery in its heart, the Ourdaller.
Tuesday to Sunday: 8 a.m. - 1 a.m.
Kitchen: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Check-in: from 3:00 p.m.
Closed on Mondays (check-in and restaurant included)