An FT destination for foodies, in Germany's southern Black Forest. In June 2009, The Financial Times reviewed the 400 year-old Gasthof Hirschen, recently awarded two Michelin stars under the direction of Chef Hans-Paul Steiner and his French wife Claude. Concerning Gasthof Hirschen's setting, Sue Style writes for the FT, "Sulzburg is a small village in the heart of the Markgräflerland, a land of vines, cherries and apples at the foot of the southern Black Forest. The air is deliciously bracing, dark pine forests rise up behind the village, a stream burbles by, and solid pink sandstone houses line the main street." Read more in the attached review.