Reviews on German food in Staufen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including Die Krone, Kornhaus, Loewen, Fauststube im Loewen, Kerbers Straussi Auf Der Breite, Jagerhof-Landgasthof, Alter Simpl, Cafe Rathaus, Gasthaus Hotel zum Hirschen, Straussenwirtschaft Probst
Things to do in Staufen
3 based on 77 reviews
We've been frequenting the Probst's restaurant for over 20 years. The location on the hill above Grunern offers a fantastic view of the village of Staufen and the Burg that was destroyed by the Swedes in the mid-17th century. They offer their own wine, but this Straussi has gone very commercial on a very large scale. There must be hundreds of tables there. Tour buses stop and overwhelm the place, causing service to suffer. The food is traditional, typical and definitely no longer from their own farm. Prices are at the very high end of what one would expect to pay at any other Straussi, of which there are hundreds in the region, for food that is nothing special.
4 based on 59 reviews
This restaurant is just how you imagine a German restaurant should be- very traditional and homely. The food is excellent- I can thoroughly recommend the Hirschragout mit Preiselbeeren und SpÃ¤tzle (venison ragout with cranberries and a flat German noodle.)Definitely worth a visit.
4 based on 30 reviews
Other than the yellow jackets swarming our table, which were plaguing restaurants all over Germany, this was the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely weekend breakfast. Situated right on Staufen's central plaza next to the town hall, be sure and sit outside where you can savor your buffet breakfast while people watching. (Don't miss Saturday market!) The buffet choices are typical for breakfast in Germany...cold cuts, cheese, rolls, eggs, fruit...not too heavy on the sweets. (There are plenty of non-buffet baked goods for purchase.) My caramel latte was LECKER...not too strong, not too sweet. Service was quietly functional. I must say it was kind of fascinating to watch the yellow jackets carve off massive pieces of our leftover cold cuts and fly off trembling with excitement and sheer exhaustion.
4 based on 44 reviews
On enquiring about eating at the restaurant later that evening we were made so welcome by the owner that we immediately reserved a table outside. On our return later the owner again made us welcome and showed us to the table in the road ! The menu choice was quite extensive for the size of the place and appeared well frequented by local people. The service was good and the food outstanding and certainly value for money. Would thoroughly recommend.
4 based on 17 reviews
Wir besuchen dieses Lokal seit Jahren immer wieder gerne. Die Einrichtung in den beiden GastrÃ¤umen ist sehr gemÃ¼tlich, der Service durch die Wirtin und ihre Angestellte freundlich und aufmerksam. Es gibt badisch regionale KÃ¼che, teilweise auch als kleinere Portionen. FÃ¼r einen gemÃ¼tlichen Abend mit ordentlicher Hausmannskost sehr zu empfehlen.
4 based on 21 reviews
Went on a sunny Sunday in May, Spargelzeit, sat in the sun and enjoyed a glass or two of wine and a nice meal.
4 based on 105 reviews
The Fauststube restaurant in the Hotel zum LÃ¶wen in Staufen, was once home to the legendary Doctor Johann Georg Faustus, and today is a gourmet-restaurant. In the centre of the historical old part of town, the chef here welcomes his guests with a fine sel
We didn't speak much German but the staff were extremely attentive and understanding - even taking the time to help us during peak tourist season in summer. The choice of local dishes were super and tasty. We soon learned the local speciality, Pfefferlingen wild mushrooms. Boy, they cooked up a storm with them, served with spÃ¢tzle noodles. The wine list was also good value. Although I'm a white wine fan, I'd suggest you try their excellent reds.
4 based on 155 reviews
Visited Lowen which is situated in the Basler StraÃe on our last night as we wanted something light to eat. As it was threatening rain we ate inside and it is a very modern style restaurant inside.We both had Tagliatelle with Salmon, along with a couple of glasses of local red wine. Finishing with a tea and coffee, a very reasonable 29 euros.We would definitely return.
4 based on 149 reviews
This restaurant is in a great area of Staufen and has both indoor and outdoor seating areas. Food is tasty and good portions, with a good selection of menu choices.
4 based on 58 reviews
I stayed at this hotel and when I did a search, I was surprised to find the restaurant in the hotel was the highest rated in town. I had dinner there and it was awesome. It was there price fix menu and had a wonderful shrimp appetizer and monk fish entrÃ©e. It was incredible. Well worth the stop if you are in the area.
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