Sometimes, a fresh breath of air feels like a well-worn velvet sofa and comes with an old book. This is the case with Wunderkammer, which eschews minimalist and exotic café trends with its motley tables, old wooden chairs and a slew of reading lamps. Modern basserie dishes with lots of Swabian favorites arrive with cutlery hidden between hollowed-out pages of a fleamarket book. Without any attempt to jump on a bandwagon, the breakfast, lunch and, as of late, dinner menus bristle with regional ecological produce and delicious meat, including cuts straight from the rotiserrie grill. The restaurant is a favorite location for private events, so make sure to check the website when planning to have dinner here.