Reviews on Central European food in Kappelrodeck, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including Rebstock Waldulm, Engel, Restaurant Fallert, Fasslewirt, Kiningers Hirsch, Gasthaus Bischenberg, Knusperhaeuschen Restaurant und Cafe, Illenau Arkaden Bistro Cafe, Steakhaus Kaminstub'n am Wolfsbrunnen, Mummelsee Restaurant
3 based on 223 reviews
Great location. You can sit inside or outside, depending on availability. The usual German food is on the menu, Flammkuchen, Wurst, Soup and hot meat dishes, but the service was dreadful. It wasn't even that busy as we deliberately waited till 2pm to eat so that the crowds had gone. We waited 15 minutes to be served and the coffee arrived quickly but no cakes. 20 minutes later we had to ask for our cakes and 20 minutes after that the waitress tried to charge us and we had to say we've been waiting 40 minutes just for 3 slices of cake that we still haven't had!Dear Jen B,First we would like to sincerely apologize for the bad experience you went home with.It is our greatest reward to make our guest happy and provide them with a good day at the Mummelsee. We must admit that we were more than surprised by your review and are very sad to learn that you had a dissapointing stay at our restaurant.We would love welcoming you another time again at the Mummelsee, to hopefully being able to make your next experience better than the first.It would also be a great pleasure meeting you personally.Best regardsRenÃ© LÃ¼deckeExecutive Assistant
4 based on 87 reviews
With every surface covered in mountain-themed kitsch, helpful owners and mouth-wateringly amazing food - this was very good value for money. We had a couple of wheat-beers and some steaks, and the bill was roughly 30 euros. The owners were attentive and helpful, giving us an English menu and advising us on the best options for dinner. Steaks are cooked in front of you on the char-grill fire in the middle of the restaurant, and come with a variety of special homemade herb-butters and salsas. *Note - the best way to find this place is to look out for the large Kaminstub'n House on the bend of a mountain switch-back. The steak restaurant is around the back of the switchback, while the parking is in front, just over the road from the restaurant - best look it up on google before you do the drive, as out SatNav overshot it by 1km.
4 based on 18 reviews
The building complex known locally in Achern as 'The Illenau' has an interesting history. Early in the 20th century it was a large psychiatric rehabilitation hospital. Then leater it became a camp for the French Army after WW2. Over the past 5 years, the local council has done a great restoration job on the whole area so that its an interesting stroll. The Arkaden Cafe is situated in the corner of the main courtyard and is a recently opened tasteful restoration, retaining lovely old red sandstone supporting pillars which hold up a vaulted ceiling in the eating area. It has a pleasant if slightly sterile atmosphere (perhaps not helped because it was empty of customers when we arrived on a Saturday morning). There's a nice shortish menu of food (Saturdays they have a 'Cordon Bleu' day) and some lovely cakes. We very much enjoyed delicious strawberry tart. They claim the food is all house-made.This place is worth a visit for a coffee or afternoon tea, although perhaps not a detour. The ambience will improve as it picks up customers and deserved reputation. Has WiFi too. Outside tables.
3 based on 175 reviews
For a restaurant that promotes itself around the village as the Gingerbread house, you'd think they'd have slightly more friendly staff. We visited twice and on both occasions the staff seemed bothered, to say the least, to serve us. Especially because we spoke English. Today we ordered flamkuchen which took an eternity to come out, however was delicious when it arrived. The restaurant itself is gorgeous with a beautiful canopy of grape vines, it just oozes charm. Can't say the same about the staff, poor effort guys - I'm fairly sure a smile is multilingual...
4 based on 71 reviews
Black Forest Gasthaus (Guesthouse) restaurants can get a bit boring with their formulaic decor. Yes, they're all pleasant, spotlessly clean and with decent food, but after you've visited three or four of them the identi-wooden, alpine interiors make you wonder if they're all fitted out from the same central warehouse. In this respect, Bucherhotel Bischenberg is no different. However, it has a few points which make it stand out . . . the setting, overlooking the Rhine valley, is magnificent especially towards sunset on the restaurant's terrace. Secondly, the hotel's low-key literary theme ( with regular music and discussion evenings centred around authors) is unusual, courageous and innovative. It deserves support. Thirdly, the kitchen really does make an effort to produce decent food. We enjoyed excellent asparagus in pancakes and very good Flammkuchen (tarte flambÃ©). A pity that several dishes had a little too much salt. Downsides? The service was very slow, indeed so slow and inattentive that we left without deserts because the waiter just didn't come back in time. Also, consideringthat the restaurant was quiet on the night we ate, we were disappointed that the chef or proprietor didn't come out to say hallo and give us the chance to chat briefly. It makes SUCH a difference to meet the boss. Overall though, worth visiting . . . and you'll see impressive deer and goats in the steep fields next to the restaurant. Prices were very fair too.
4 based on 42 reviews
This is definitely a restaurant worth making a detour for from your journey up or down the major A5 autobahn. Oberachern is a suburb of the amin local town of Achern. The restaurant unassuming from the front, but park in the back (in the church carpark, no-one will mind of an evening!) and walk through the delightful farmhouse herb garden and enter at the back. The welcome is warm from a very dedicated staff. We ate wonderful asparagus, WienerSchnitzel and a stupendous 'melt-in-the-mouth' leg of rabbit, finishing with orange and thyme sorbet beautifully decorated with seasonal fruits. With copious wine we paid E85 which seemed a snip for a meal which was well above average. WE also noticed a Michelin 2012 sticker on the window, so others clearly agree this place is worth eating at.
4 based on 58 reviews
just happened to pass this restaurant / bar with rooms when out for a walk - great location for a glass of local wine overlooking the views
4 based on 72 reviews
The restaurant serves excellent and Michelin-star awarded gourmet food on the edge of the black forest.We had ordered a pre-fixed 5-course menu, but the chef was very flexible to change several courses due to certain dietary requirements.Every single course was a delight, a festival of flavors. This applies to the actual menu, as well as to the spontaneous substitutes.Service was in the beginning a little distant, but developed during the course of the meal to be friendly and very attentive.The ambience of the restaurant is rustic - typically black forest. Good I guess, if you like it.We will be back in the summer to enjoy the vast garden restaurant.
4 based on 204 reviews
Dropped in briefly to taste Black Forest gateau in a typical Black Forest village . Pleasant surroundings and delicious cake , and the coffee was good too . One of several establishments offering the traditional confection . Chosen initially as it was nearest to the car park but we weren't disappointed .
4 based on 127 reviews
I have dined at Rebstock Waldulm twice, once last year and once this week, and each time the meal was wonderful. The chef takes advantage of local ingredients, and cooks with refinement and sophistication. The large number of foams (tomato, hay, and others) may be a little fashionable, but the flavors always work; the hay foam with tomato soup was a particular surprise at our table - but a hit. The perch was as good as perch gets, so good that it did not really need the truly excellent mustard sauce served with it. (Most of the sauce ended up being enjoyed with bread.) The fish dumplings were great. The steak elicited a great deal of approval, and was served wtih an excellent gratin. Our group had six desserts, and each one was fantastic. Locals at the table said that the desserts were far better and were more unique than at most restaurants in the area; it seems that even many of the better places do not hire their own dessert chefs so that there is some homogeneity.The wine list is extensive, but it is worth trying the restaurantÂ´s own wines, which were very nice. Sirtting outside on the large verandah was lovely. The service was professional, friendly, and nearly flawless. The prices are not inexpensive, but the meal was worth more than we paid for it.The Black Forest is beautiful. Even if you are not in the area, however, this restaurant may well justify a special trip.
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