Hong am Rèisleck
Hong am Rèisleck is a traditional dish widely consumed throughout Luxembourg, similar to the French Coq au Riesling which translates into chicken in Riesling white wine. The quartered chicken is slightly browned in a little bit of butter, then chopped parsley, shallots, and garlic are added and left to simmer in low heat.
Stock and wine are poured over and left to boil for 30 minutes with chopped and fried mushrooms added to the mix. Just before the dish is ready a sauce made of flour, egg yolk, and cream is poured into the pan. The dish is immediately served alongside dumplings or noodles.
At 400 Rue des Sept-Arpents, there’s restaurant that has been for generations a synonym of quality traditional recipes. The rustic atmosphere of Juegdschlass is combined with locally grown food and wine with influences from German, French and Luxembourgian cuisine.