Luxemburg City was an overnight stop from Switzerland to Amsterdam. We arrived at about 5:00. Marcia immediately put the washer/dryer to work. Marcia, Ella, Rachel and I went to dinner. Sarah opted to stay in the apartment.
While approaching Brussels, google kindly notified us of an accident clogging traffic on our route. Marcia clicked on the suggested alternative route. Plan B led us off the beaten path to a wonderful neighborhood restaurant (left photo below). Shortly after we ordered, the waitress brought five small spoons. Marcia asked about the red substance on the spoons. The waitress said, “American beef.” I asked whether it was tartare and the waitress said yes with a big smile. Since all the other tables had been served the same tartare beef, I decided to throw caution to the wind and try raw beef. Much to my surprise it had a pleasant texture, coarser than ground beef, but not a solid chunk of meat. Marcia had asparagus croquettes while I had the vegetarian salad (with the other four spoons).
The above picture to the right is a photo of a fence. Interesting.