Best German restaurants nearby. Discover the best German food in Dinkelsbuhl. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for German restaurants near you.. Like Rothenburg, Dinkelsbuehl is one of the smaller medieval fortress cities. With its walls and towers still intact, it has the look of a typical German town of the 15th to early 17th century. Sample the famous German cuisine served in larger cities, but without the crowds. Don't miss the annual summer celebration, marking the city's surrender to Swedish troops during the Thirty Years' War. The event is emphatically reenacted by many of the town's residents. And really, who doesn't love amateur theater?
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3 based on 83 reviews
This restaurant apparently has three restaurants/room, and I was fortunate to be in the Restaurant Zunftstube, which is very comfortable and friendly, with one exception Iâll get to later.I went here with the expectation of having their famously advertise Wienerschnitzel, but once I looked at the menu inside I saw that they had an extensive âwildâ page. This caused me to have second thoughts, and it took me a long time to make a selection from this menu. Unfortunately, their web site is not allowing me to access the menus to provide a complete description of my dinner. In a nutshell, I started with the Wildrahmsuppe (wild cream soup), and from the enclosed photo, you can envision just how good it was. This was followed by the Wildschweinefilet von grill mit glasierlen apfelspalten in calvados und gebraunten, schwabischen schupfnudeln, altdeutsches wurzelgemuse (wild boar filet), and while it might not translate that well to English, it really was a very good and flavorable dinner.There was one minor problem, but not with the restaurant. There were two young men there, obviously hotel guests with computers, and one was talking very loudly on the telephone. In my very best German, I asked the waiter to tell the young man that he was disturbing the other guests, and could he take his phone call up to his room. The waiter did, and the young man did leave the restaurant.This hotel & restaurant is right in the center of town, just across the street (literally) from St Georges Cathedral. This is a relatively simple and comfortable restaurant with delightful service, a fantastic menu, and delicious food.There are many restaurants in Dinkelsbuhl, but this one definitely is worth the effort.
4 based on 55 reviews
My friend and I visited this restaurant with our three children earlier this month. They had menus available in English which enables us to order with confidence. The schnitzel was good (although thicker than I prefer). My friend had the fish which had a balsamic glaze which was also good and they were also accommodating by allowing us to change the side dish with one of our meals for the kids at our table. Service was pretty good and our server did a wonderful jobs. We had never been to this area of Germany before and found this restaurant as a great place to warm up before we headed into the Christmas market.
3 based on 101 reviews
After arriving in Dinkelsbuhl and walking around the town, we decided it was time for dinner. The Gasthaus Sonne still had some seating available on this busy Easter Sunday afternoon, so we sat down and ordered. The menu was completely in German After several trips to Germany, we are able to figure out some menu items, but this one was a mystery to us. Another server came by and interpreted it for us. So we ordered schnitzel and bratwurst with sauerkraut. Both good meals and the service was good. We saw other customers getting a more extensive book type menu, ours being one plastic covered sheet, so we wondered what we had missed. But it's a good restaurant and attentive servers. Give it a try.
4 based on 26 reviews
We were staying at the DinkelsbÃ¼hler Kunst-Stuben (in September) and the owners recommended this restaurant belonging to their daughter and son-in-law. We very much enjoyed a well prepared German meal and some Franken wine. We very much liked the atmosphere of the restaurant, the price was very good value and the service was very good too.
4 based on 62 reviews
We visited this establishment due to recommendations on TripAdvisor. We were lucky to get a table. It is recommended to make a reservation. The cordon bleu and trout were really good. Beer, needless to say, was outstanding. Service was tops. When we go back we will certainly visit them again!
4 based on 40 reviews
It was in our opinion the best restaurant we visited in Dinkelsbuhl. The interior is not any special but the food was. The salad was excellent (you must have their salad with smoked salmon). During dinner the chief cook appeared and greeted guests which I think is lovely.
4 based on 126 reviews
The hotel across the street, Hezelhof Hotel serves breakfast at this restaurant. Serves a typical European breakfast, but more plentiful and more options. Is buffet style, except they ask if you want coffee. So there is no table service.The outside dinning was lovely.
4 based on 208 reviews
One of the good places that keeps open late evening . Came in late and had some good beer and wurst after a long days drive.Nice and friendly... also to dogs.
4 based on 236 reviews
Using local seasonal produce is central to the creation of this modern German and international cuisine. Nowadays it is imperative to know what you eat and drink, hence we put the greatest emphasis on the quality of our food, thus most of our meat is purc
My full review is contained on the hotel rating. This was a 50th wedding anniversary dinner with six family members from the U.S. The food was very good, service was terrible with waiter serving guests outside and inside and having to wait a long time for food and even water refill from initial order. Our great grandmother was born in Deutsches Haus in 1855 when her father was a physician in the city. They lived on the second floor and when two sisters went up to just take photos of the hallway, the staff rudely ordered them out. When they explained the significance of the building to our family, they were again told to leave and ignored their request. The food wasn't worth any of it.
4 based on 340 reviews
We had dinner at this restaurant on the 2nd floor. The first floor was the brewery part, dining upstairs. The food was good, though I was a bit disappointed because my goulash was supposed to come with spaetzle but I got plain pasta instead. Good service.
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