Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Bopfingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including Wengers-Brettl, Kleibls, Blaue Glocke, Restaurant Fermata, Gasthof zum Fuchs, Restaurant Schlossle, NH Klosterle, Alte Wache, Eichendorfstuble, Restaurant im Hotel am Ring
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4 based on 11 reviews
The restaurant offers you apart from daily menue a full variety of all dishes and from convenience point of view, service and quiteness it is a perfect location for a business lunch.The quality of food is excellent and local specialities served at is best, fresh and with perfect taste.Also the mix of bavarian and schwabian kitchen is an excellent mix.
5 based on 11 reviews
We offer - Continuous hot and cold kitchen - Takeaways - Telephone order possible - Organization of festivities - Caterer / Catering - 2 beer gardens Watch out ... Tuesday: Schnitzel Wednesday: XXL Currywurst Thursday: Nudeltag with a small drink
While visiting family, wanted to take them out for dinner. Eichendorfstuble was recommended as a favorite for the food quality, portion size and value. What a find! Along with their excellent entre's, their house salad was excellent. Arnold and Karin own and operate this neighborhood pub and take good care of their patrons. Eight adults and 1 child ate and drank their fine bier for 90 euros. Prima!Nordlingen is an historic city on the Germany's Romantic Road. It was pointed out that the prices were so good because the Stuble is located outside the city walls. Restaurants inside the well maintaIned and charming walled city charge more for their food as you would expect. This is one of those places the locals patronize for all the reasons noted above. Their website has a menu - check it out.
4 based on 82 reviews
We spent 9 days in Bavaria area. This is the first and best German restaurant that we tried. There were only one other couple having lunch on the day we visited. The setting is formal. The veal schnitzel is really the best! I am missing it already!No English menu. This restaurant is a must try!!
3 based on 37 reviews
The location of this hotel is ideal - in the very center. The room is so modest, that you have an impression you are still in the monastery. The bed is proper for some VERY SINFUL monk. Moreover, the bathroom stinks and the whole place does not look clean.The hotel parking costs 8.5 Euro per night. It is open for everybody for the same price, so sometimes there is a problem to find a place there.
3 based on 75 reviews
Located just outside Baldinger Gate in city wall. Modernist glazed extension to an old mansion* with large terraced area. Contemporary dÃ©cor and easy chairs. Relaxed ambience. Excellent food and prompt service. April to June is white asparagus season and they have this as âSpecialsâ with pork medallions or steak.*Postfix âââ¦leâ is a local diminutive and hence âSchlossleâ literally translates as âLittle Castleâ.
4 based on 78 reviews
After wandering around Norlingen we decided to have dinner at the Gasthouse zum Fuchs. A bog standard German Pub the waitress was attentive, the food arrived quickly and was really well prepared. Not an extensive menu, it did however have many Bavarian favorites including Pork Hocks and Schnitzels which is what we had and thoroughly enjoyed. As is typical in German Pubs they had numerous beers on tap which were all excellent. Not a fancy place but it certainly does a good job filling up an empty stomach.
5 based on 11 reviews
Our family (7 of us) was driving back from Nordinligen and noticed a 'castle' on top of a hill. Since it was lunchtime, my husband commented there must be a restaurant 'up there.' We drove to the top not knowing what we would find but were pleasantly surprised to find this place open. Once we entered, I was doubtful we would find much for our 3 grandkids on the menu to please them. Be advised, there is not an English menu and the waiter didn't speak much English. We did have our son-in-law, who spoke enough German he could figure out what we were ordering. The pesto and bread was wonderful...and so was the beer. We ordered a variety of soups and really enjoyed the 'chicken broth' and the 'leek soup.' I'm not sure what they were called in German. The leek soup had some kind of smoked fish, which we assumed was herring but not sure. Because of the ages of our grandkids, we were a bit worried they might disturb a large table of ladies sitting close by. The ladies were so much louder and boisterous than our kids could ever have been. The service wasn't the fastest we ever experienced but we weren't in any hurry. I haven't researched what this place is all about, but assuming it has something to do with music. The view from my window was picture-postcard-perfect. It was a memorable experience...especially the suspended Christmas tree hanging in the entry.
4 based on 29 reviews
We had dinner in the beer garden. Very busy with a friendly crowd of locals visitors. I had schnitzel with boiled potatoes and it was fine and the portions were enormous. Not high class but good homely food in a lively setting.
4 based on 59 reviews
We found this place while exploring the town, and made reservations to come back that evening for dinner. This place is very popular with locals, so we are very glad we made those reservations. It's very charming and modern-looking, the food was excellent, and our server, Yvonne, was outstanding. They don't have a translated menu (which is fine-we enjoy trying to decipher what we can), and Yvonne helped by translating every dish on the menu for us. She was very helpful, kind, and fun. This place was a one-of -a kind experience.
4 based on 104 reviews
We stopped here for a dinner and the staff could not have been more helpful and efficient. We had Gemusegratin which was wonderful and looking at other diners food, everyone seemed to be very happy with their choice and have to say the portions were plentiful.
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