Reviews on German food in Rieden am Forggensee, Bavaria, Germany including Restaurant Zum Franke, Schwarzenbachs Landhotel, Madame Pluesch, Maucher, Hotel Helmerhof Restaurant, Haus Hopfensee, Louis II, Hirsch, Schlossbrauhaus Schwangau, Zum Hechten
4 based on 520 reviews
Altstadt Hotel zum Hechten
WE completely stumbled onto this restaurant while walking around Fussen. Originally planning to just pop in for a pre-dinner drink, our minds were quickly changed once we saw the plates of food coming from the kitchen. We asked a lot of questions, and one of the servers/managers said, "you don't like the food, you don't pay!" Well......we stayed and ate and drank and had dessert and loved every single second! Highly recommend.
4 based on 707 reviews
The Schlossbrauhaus is situated close to the castle Neuschwanstein in Schwangau. The atmosphere of the restaurant is a mix between classic bavarian and modern design. The kitchen is typical regional and suits very good to the home made beers. An ideal pla
So much fun and fantastic food! Stayed there for hours eating and drinking, sat outside with a great view of the mountains and the castle. There was an awesome local band playing who bought us shots. Staff spoke English with great recommendations and there was a part of the menu in English. Food was amazing and the beers were even better. Needless to say we were sad to leave.
4 based on 375 reviews
The combination of local Allgau specialities and seasonal, modern cuisine served in an unique environment make your visit in our house an unforgettable experience. We offer just the right locale for business dinners, meeting, company parties or a quick lu
I tell you... they would have got 4 on 5.... the quality of the dinner was on 4...Unfortunately the table they gave us had got the tablecloth dirty...and it was visible...So... the waiter was great and my Wiener schnitzel was delicious and crispy...My wife enjoyed the asparagus and roast-beef.
4 based on 128 reviews
Romantic Restaurant with a fantastic view to the fairytale Castle Neuschwanstein and the Bavarian Alps. In the differently designed areas of the restaurant, guests can enjoy delightful creations of the young kitchen team, which is characterized by seasona
This was an exquisite, lovely dining experience! We were staying at the hotel and this was a convenient choice for dinner on our first night there. However, this turned out to be a wonderful gem and we enjoyed dining there very much. The dÃ©cor was warm and inviting, as was the service. The staff was incredibly well trained. Our service person was delightful â a perfect balance between humorous engagement and light conversation with the ability to step back so we were able to enjoy our meal. He was also incredibly familiar with the wine list & menu and was able to provide intelligent and well-considered recommendations for us. Something I always appreciate in restaurants.The food was very delicious. Created with what feels like the freshest of regional produce, and presented as if it was art on a plate. If youâre here during the day, youâll also get to savour views of the Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau castles while enjoying a great breakfast or lunch.They are busy here, especially on weekends. So if you wish to dine here for dinner on weekends, I would suggest making a booking. Schwangau is such a lovely area, still close to trendy and bustling Fussen but presents with a lot more tranquillity and quiet charm. If youâre not staying in Schwangau but still in the vicinity, I would suggest a short drive for a meal at Rubezahl - itâs fine dining at its best and we really enjoyed it.
4 based on 78 reviews
I was here with Barbara's (Astrid's) group in December 2016, and was very happy with the choice of a local restaurant. We were able to choose between fish and the duck, and the duck was absolutely wonderful. Staff were also quick, efficient, and friendly.The restaurant itself was nicely kept and quiet. There was a very large group eating buffet style in the entry area as we were leaving - not sure if that's a regular event, or if they cater to reunions, office affairs, etc.
4 based on 250 reviews
Certainly easy to spot in the dark; just off the main road through Schwangau and lit up like a beacon. Once there, note large car park across the road from the hotel.As it was night when we visited, we didn't really appreciate how attractive the building was. Traditional chalet style with a lot of structural wood, and with a good alpine view.We were not entirely sure how to present ourselves on arrival, so we reported to the hotel reception who then pointed us to the separate restaurant nearby. Plenty of large tables available in what seemed to be a sizeable semi-circular wood and glass conservatory, so we bagged a table for eight to ourselves. Having realised that we were Brits, a charming girl who spoke perfect english was deputed to look after us. As the menus were available in english too, it wasn't a difficult evening. Foodwise, ample alternatives of the robust teutonic variety which was fine by us.I went with the nicely-done pork medallions in a creamy mushroom sauce with schwabing dumplings whilst Mrs EPR exercised the unusual choice of grilled chicken breast in a sweet and sour sauce with spring rolls and wok-fried veg. Plus a bountiful bowl of fries between us. Not a lot left of that lot, I can assure you. Dessert choice equally good; who could refuse an "ice cream cake" - actually more like an ice cream cheesecake. I couldn't, and Mrs EPR's hot chocolate sponge pudding was equally good too.All dishes attractively presented, and efficiently served by the experienced waitresses who, I have to say, looked very fetching in their local costume.So a very successful evening in comfortable surroundings. Would certainly return.
4 based on 42 reviews
We happened to find this little cozy restaurant after snobbish hotel restaurant didn't let us in.Their potato soup, roast beef, steak and desserts were outstanding. The service was great too. If you are tired of heavy German food but still want to have good German/local food this is the place.
4 based on 1090 reviews
Wir haben bis einschlieÃlich 12.06.18 Betriebsurlaub. Ab 13.06.18 sind wir ab 17.00 Uhr wieder fÃ¼r Sie da.
Fussen is a very attractive town but much of the food we encountered was perfectly acceptable 'tourist bland'. Madame Pluesch was different. A beautiful cosy venue and local cuisine - my mixed sausage plate was something to remember. The charming Bulgarian waitress worked so hard. You do need to book and we had to wait for the following day to get in but worth it.
4 based on 42 reviews
very good tasty meals on reasonable price and fine Bavarian beer. I would recommend traditional German pork dishes
Nach einer gastronomischen EnttÃ¤uschung in der nÃ¤heren Umgebung waren wir angenehm Ã¼berrascht. Die Bedienung war sehr freundlich und aufmerksam. Auf der eher angenehm kleinen Speisekarte fand sich rasch etwas mit frÃ¤nkischem Einschlag. Das Essen war dann auch geschmacklich und preislich vollkommen in Ordnung. Wir wÃ¼rden wieder dort essen gehen.
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