Reviews on International food in Goppingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Göppingen is a town in southern Germany, part of the Stuttgart Region of Baden-Württemberg. It is the capital of the district Göppingen. Göppingen is home to the toy company Märklin, and it is the birthplace of football player Jürgen Klinsmann.
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4 based on 189 reviews
Our 4-star-hotel "Hasen" is part of Herrenberg's history. It was mentioned in a document as early as 1620 and even then was famous beyond the boundaries of town. In 1984 the hotel was fully renovated and a spacious new building was added. It now boasts 66
Such a treat start to finish. The salad with herbs and house dressing was so fresh and delicious. I felt like I could live on salad..... But then my pork fillets in creamy mushroom sauce came!!! This dish exceeded my expectations and after that salad, confidence was high. My husband had Tenderloin of beef "krauterbeerli". We were blown away by how good everything was. The gratined potatoes were the best we've had and the spatzle was perfect. Next time I'll try the deer goulash. Very professional service in a lovely setting. Fabulous wine list too. Reasonably priced 2010 Saint-Emilion Grand Cru.Finished with the chocolate tart with mango and coconut.Dear Susan T.,Many thanks you for your wonderful rating. It's so nice that we could inspire you!We hope to welcome you soon again.Thanks a lot and best regardsFamily NÃ¶lly and team
4 based on 121 reviews
Local specialities from Swabia. Traditional kitchen meets love for food. Select our special meals , 100 Homemade
Excellent food, wonderful service. I do not speak any German and the staff was very pleasant and patient with me. The owners personally helped us order and talked us through the menu. I can't recommend it enough, my work colleges and I have already been twice this week and plan on going back.
4 based on 288 reviews
The Trollinger is in the MÃ¶venpick Hotel at Stuttgart?s busy airport. The restaurant has a charming interior dÃ©cor. There is a successful contrast between modern interior design and traditional chandeliers, creating a stylish oasis of calm. This is a plac
Service excellent, nice touch of (synthetic) rose petals and candles for a birthday celebration.Menu organised by themes rather than courses: healthy, signature Swiss, local SchwÃ¤bisch.Good local beers and wines (the Lemberger was excellent)Food was very good with ample portion size - we could not face dessert.Steak tartare a winner, Zwiebelrostbraten was an inch of melt-in-the-mouth. Slight mishap of a hair in the vegetables was surprisingly ignored. Expect to spend around â¬ 50 / head for two courses.Will come back.Dear Guest,Thank you for your visit of our Trollinger restaurant and your warm words.We always strive to exceed expectations and provide a nice experience both in the hotel and in the restaurant. Therefore your feedback is very important for us and we are very happy that you enjoyed your time with us. Thank you very much again for your recommendation.Regarding the hair in the vegetables we deeply apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your generous understanding.Dear Guest, we will look forward to welcoming you back again in the not too distant future and wish you all the best for the meantime. Kind regardsJÃ¼rgen KÃ¶hler, General Manager - MÃ¶venpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport
4 based on 85 reviews
The Goldberg conquered the hearts of our guests right after its opening. Since 2010 every stay in Fellbach is a memorable experience - on the one hand, owing to our utterly dedicated crew and on the other hand, due to our chefs captivating "Cross Culture
We tried this place on our return trip from the Art Karlsruhe and we really did enjoy it. When trying to book it the electronic system claimed that there was no table available but hwen phoning we could still secure one. Upon arrival it turned out that the main room of the restaurant was almost empty but that in a separate room there was a party. So they obviously tried to keep the number of customers at a controllable level which we appreciated. Service was friendly, sometimes a bit overly concerned of our well being thinking that we were unhappy when only just talking about some contorversial topic, and we enjoyed the meal. My starter of lamb sweetbread on a bed of pasta and mushrooms was very good, the base better than the sweetbread which for my taste was cooked a little too long. My main was pidgeon with vegetables which was pleasant. The dessert Mojito of apricot was really great. My wifes coconut soup and her three varieties of lamb were well received too. Overall an enjoyable experience and we would be happy to return.
4 based on 131 reviews
Enjoy the glorious view of Tonbach Valley, the friendly, perfect service and the gourmet creations of the day at Kohlerstube. Head chef Florian Stolte takes a modern approach to his cuisine, highlighting a variety of natural aromas, top-quality ingredient
This place far exceeded our expectations. It was convenient to get to because we could access it directly from the building where our room was located. The food was creative and delicious, so good that I suspect they had the staff from the main restaurant, which was closed that day, working in the kitchen. Highly recommend.Dear guest,thank you very much for your visit at our restaurant KÃ¶hlerstube and this great review. We are very pleased to hear that your dining experience was perfect and you enjoyed everything. We will definitely share your praise with our entire team. We are looking forward to welcoming you again soon. Best RegardsFamily Finkbeiner
4 based on 777 reviews
We recently had a delicious meal of tuna, salmon and an octopus appetizer at Cube while enjoying the spectacular view of Stuttgart. The hostess, Maggie, was delightful, both when I made the reservation and during our evening at Cube. She even helped us take photos to capture the view. Thank you, Maggie!Dear Janekm853, thank you very much for your great feedback. We really appreciate that! Best, Catrin
4 based on 317 reviews
Brenner is a cozy little Restaurant close to the City-Center with a beautyful terrace, seasonal changing menues for dinnertime, everything is homemade. Reservation recommended.
We found this place on luck, walking through the narrow back streets of Stuttgart trying to find somewhere to eat. The food was delicious, and presentation was beautiful.
5 based on 394 reviews
The taste experiences at restaurant Schwarzwaldstube have made Hotel Traube Tonbach one of Europe's best places when it comes to cooking. Head chef Torsten Michel is a master of flavours, his compositions create an incredibly light and perfect cuisine â d
Nestled in The Black Forest since 1789, Traube Tonbach is considered one of Germany's most luxurious destinations, and at Michelin 3* Restaurant Schwarzwaldstube Chef Torsten Michel continues a tradition of greatness that has yielded over 50 Michelin starred Chefs over the years. Historically Germanyâs most important Restaurant, three Michelin Stars awarded under the toque of Harald Wohlfhart whose tenure stretched from 1990 until 2017, guests visiting Baiersbronn are now treated to the talents of a man who served as Wohlfhartâs sous for over a decade, and from the moment one steps through the dining room doors it is hard to believe any aspect of the experience has ever been better.Well appointed with an elevated view of the Black Forest, âSchwarzwaldâ in German, Restaurant Schwarzwaldstube resides in the heavily wooded main building but creates a light space thanks to bright whites and big windows, the show quick to begin before menus even arrive as guests are treated to bites including Beef Tartare, a refined Shrimp Chip and Mackerel brightened by Curry and Coriander.Given the choice to order a la carte or via tasting, the latter ranging 165â¬ to 245â¬ depending on length and ingredients, it was with one Large Degustation plus a Vegetarian Menu and a glass of Wine each that dinner continued at a comfortable pace, Salmon Tartare and Red Pepper Mousse built on Couscous offered as Amuses to their respective menus with each just a hint of the artistry soon to come.Taking no shortcuts, Bread repeatedly arriving warm and highlighted by Olive Focaccia as well as seeded Cereal Bread ready to be slathered in local Butter, course one offered tender Lobster medallions amidst saline Custard and Oysters perfumed by Lemon Grass, the harmony achieved undeniably impressive just as it was for wood-fired Artichokes that offered noteworthy variance from bite to bite depending on ratio of Black Truffle or Mustard involved.Open to swapping items between tastings or even a la carte, it was trusting Chef Torsten that dinner continued henceforth, any preconceived notions about Beef Liver erased by a tender cut softened by Barolo and brightened by Peas while Morels offered their earthy aromatics to both this composition and the Vegetarian alternative featuring Egg Yolk cooked inside Mushroom Jelly that acted like the skin of a Ravioli. Lightening up course three, a Filet of Red Mullet reminiscent of Guy Savoy in its use of crispy âscalesâ served amidst vibrant Red Pepper Coulis, it was with impressive artistry that the Vegetarian Menu one-upped its counterpart by way of tiny Tomatoes and Onions hollowed and refilled with fortified Cream atop a fresh Tomato Tart resting in Pine Nut Marinade.Not an overly-long menu, though portions will assuredly challenge those of smaller appetites, savories concluded by way of Duck Margret and Confit alongside stacked Turnips and thin, yet intense, Sauce plus âChefâs vision of Springâ as Green Asparagus and Young Peas forming the base to laminated Pastry ready to sop up what was described as âBeef-free Bordelaise,â though if served alongside the real deal only the most discerning might be able to detect a difference. Proudly wheeling out a Cheese Cart, many local plus several from France offered with Bread, it was after taste buds were sent reeling by Cabri AriÃ©geois that the rest proved well-aged and pleasant, though the composed course of melted Chabichou and Potato Mousseline with Garlic Pistou was an enviable alternative and fantastic transitional dish to the Vegetarian Dessert offering Gariguette Strawberries in several textures atop a boozy Baba anchored by Chantilly CrÃ¨me.Equally elegant in the presentation of a Yuzu Croustillant in sour surroundings, this dish essentially a palate cleanser in preparation for Schwarzwaldstubeâs reinterpreted SchwarzwÃ¤lder Kirschtorte, both this Dessert and its counterpart featuring Chocolate, Bananas and Lime were amongst the most complex sweets seen in Germany, each bite a little different from the last but all of them memorable and just as relevant to the whole.Undeniably deserving of its accolades, not even one item from the collection of Mignardises lacking in terms of artistry or flavor, it was after settling the bill that guests were bid auf Wiedersehen with the lone regret being opting not to spend a night at Traube Tonbach in order to enjoy Breakfast the next morning.Dear guest, Wow, thank you so much for taking the time to write this detailed and great review. Reading through your review put a smile on our face and we are more than happy, that you enjoyed your visit at our Schwarzwaldstube that much. You description of you visit is really a great honour for us. We are really proud that we have been able to meet your expectations and to create you an amazing food experience. It is our highest aim to leave our guests satisfied and happy every single day. If our guests keep returning to Tonbach through the years, we can be sure that our daily work pays off! Of course we will share your amazing praise with Torsten Michel, David Breuer, StÃ©phane Gass and the entire team. We are looking forward to pampering you again soon! Until then we wish you all the best. Kind regards from the Tonbach ValleyFinkbeiner Family
4 based on 492 reviews
The name 5 at the very heart of Stuttgart harbours a hidden culinary world where this cafÃ©, bar, restaurant and club shares a passion for something special. The cafÃ© offers a favourite haunt for your innermost needs. Start off your day here with a healthy
So let's run down the basics first:Service: 10/10. This was not german service, this was service in competition with some of the best restaurants in the world. The waiter was genuinly friendly, the somelier carefully selected suiting wines for our dishes, the cook came out and explained some of the dishes.Food: 10/10. We ordered the 5-course dinner, it was more like 11 courses with all the small amusse de bouches in betwen, which really bridged the gap between certain dishes in order not to give a too big contrast.Quality/presentation: 10/10. The quality goes without saying that every detail was top notch, down to the last spice or garnish it was all amazing. Everything was cooked to a level of perfection which could'nt leave any human on this earth dissatisfied. The presentation of some of the dishes are submitted in the pictures. They are not overdoing it, they just make a small show of the food which go well hand in hand with the quality and gives that extra value.Setting/ambience: 10/10. We had the closest you could come to a chef's table. It was a great setting in an old industrial building where they kept the original design. The small chitchatting around you, the attentive waiter/service and total privacy made us very comfortable. A BIG PLUS for not playing music, you go there to eat some of the best food on the continent and enjoy it with wine.Toilets: 10/10. Superclean as expected.Value for money: 10/10. Our bill landed at a respectable amount of euros, but given the experience of eating such unique dishes combined with wine and service made it so worth it.Final words:I will return./Jonas
5 based on 130 reviews
If you read the title and you read my December 2016 review, you will learn that Hupperts demonstrates one of the most important aspects of fine dining - consistency. Not just in food quality, but in their approach, service, presentation and friendly, hard-to-replicate atmosphere. Third time is a charm. This latest visit sealed the deal for me. We invited friends with high standards when it comes to dining out. This visit to Hupperts didn't disappoint. I finally got to partake in the sweet cigar/drinks lounge in the basement. We were asked if a fire would be a nice addition - it was a bit cooler - and it was awesome. I really didn't want to leave. The service continued even then...The attitude of the staff is incredibly humble given their background and experience. You will not find a friendlier dining experience in Stuttgart.
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