Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Todtnau, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Todtnau is a town in the district of Lörrach in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. As of 2009 its population was of 4,932.
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4 based on 117 reviews
We regret that our restaurant is currently only serving our houseguests until further notice, we are so sorry about the inconvenience!
Since reviewing Bierhaeusle two years ago, we've visited a few times. It has been invariably excellent. Back in the area for the northern summer and made it here as quickly as possible. We weren't disappointed. The food, once again was delicious. The menu is not broad, but what they do is great. Very fair prices, friendly owners, food is great, wine is good and fairly priced .... I'm not sure what else you can ask for. Eat here. Thank you so much, we are very happy that you returned and were not disappointed, all the best wishes for you and perhaps see you again one day;))))
4 based on 112 reviews
My favourite for many years now: unsurpassed Wiener Schnitzelmade from proper veal, with fantastic Bratkartoffel and a fresh salad. Excellent salad with fresh Pfifferlinge, too! Good, well selected wines from the region - and all that in a lovely traditional Schwarzwaldhaus or outside in the beautiful small Biergarten surrounded by flowers. It comes with very friendly service, too. That's why we come back over and over again. Thank you!
5 based on 49 reviews
Invited for a dinner by friend. We did nice 6 km walk from FrÃ¶hnd-Hof (weÂ´ve been there for one week holliday) here before and after the dinner. Excellent cuisine, high quaility of food and food presentation. Friendly and interested staff. Definitelly will try to go back again.
We were 2 weeks ago, one week on the Feldberg. Each night we had our diner at the Feldbergpass. Almost everything at the card we tried and it was all: delicious, tooo much, and the prices are good. Aga, Stephan, Marlies , thank you for your hospitality and ehh my weight was 2 kilo's more than when I arrived!Next year we will surely come again and hope to enjoy your meals ( schÃ¶ffele mit kartoffel??) and kind attention again!Regards, AnneMarie Legerstee, Zwijndrecht, the Netherlands
4 based on 117 reviews
Enjoyed a sunny, cool weekday autumn afternoon lunch here when service was relaxed and the sun brilliantly lit up the fresh flowers o the table.They have instilled a genuine cultural/historical feeling to the place in decor and in menu.Its little valley and neighboring monastery round out a charming setting.
4 based on 55 reviews
I've had a warm cup of thea with a very lovely, home made apple pie with wiped cream. Dilicious! Not to sweet tasing, just perfect.
3 based on 20 reviews
The good news are that this restaurant is open on a Monday noon during the low season in January. Friendly staff and extra wishes were fulfilled but that's it. The lunch selection was really small and the Schnitzel with French fries something not to be taken again.
3 based on 14 reviews
Chef at this restaurant is the husband of the lady who runs this family guest house. They use home made sauces and genuine ingredients giving excellent flavour and taste to the food. Salad dressings, sauces used to cook meat and fish items are all very tasty. Very reasonably priced. The food can be enjoyed at their lawn with beautiful vies of the black forest mountains. Worth trying.
4 based on 24 reviews
My wife and I went to Feldberg in February for a weekend of skiing lessons. After the lessons it was time for lunch and we decided to avoid the overpriced and not-too-good food at the ski resort, and went looking for a place to eat. Tripadvisor didn't show up much - the few restaurants nearby only had reviews in German. After driving for a while we passed by this little hotel, and since we were hungry decided to just go for it. The first good sign when we walked in was that the place was 3/4 full (at 1.30pm). The waitress couldn't speak English (and we can't speak German), but she immediately went to fetch someone else (the owner's wife / sister we think) who could, and provided us English menus. We had the trout (fresh caught from the river running behind the hotel), and a roasted iberico pork. Both were excellent. Midway through our meal, the chef-owner came out to chat with us, tell us more about our meal, where the ingredients came from, and how he prepared them, etc. A hugely personal touch which we appreciated greatly. The wines which we ordered by the glass were both good and reasonably priced. We enjoyed the place so much that the next day after our 2nd ski lesson, we didn't bother looking for a restaurant and just came back to this one.
4 based on 30 reviews
Welcome to the Hotel & Chalets Herrihof A small mountain paradise is called Todtnauberg like It is embedded by high ridges in an incomparable mountain landscape - away from Noise and through traffic. The view from Todtnauberg over the waterfall down into
The restaurant is located in a very nice spot in Todtnau Berg and has a beautifull view of the surroundings from the restaurant. The building itself is lovely and appealing. Staff is friendly. We had a carpacio and trout for starters. The trout was lovely, the carpacio was porc and a bit thickly sliced. For main course we both ordered a schnitzel, which was average: the meat was a bit thick, the crust was crispy and nicely spiced, but the schnitzel was only accompanied by fries, no vegetables besides a leaf of lettuce, a baby tomato and a slice of lemon. A few days earlier we ate a schnitzel at Engels, which had a greasier crust, but did come with complimentary salad bar and was several euros cheaper. We think both restaurants are equally good a choice, with the extremely busy Engels having the better price/quality ratio.When we wanted to order desert, there was only limited choice (cheese, choices of pie, ice or the desert from the day menu). When we wanted to take a look at the choice of pie, there turned out to be none... we ended up having a tea and coffee instead, feeling a bit dissappointed.
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