Find out what Central European restaurants to try in Kronberg im Taunus. Kronberg im Taunus is a town in the Hochtaunuskreis district, Hesse, Germany and part of the Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area. Before 1866, it was in the Duchy of Nassau; in that year the whole Duchy was absorbed into Prussia. Kronberg lies at the foot of the Taunus, flanked in the north and southwest by forests. A mineral water spring also rises in the town.
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4 based on 117 reviews
Casual. Fine. Dining. A restaurant with passionate cuisine, strong focus on grill and health aspects for culinary delights and high-class yet welcoming atmosphere.
Beautiful setting and restaurant but odd that it was so empty on a Thursday night which meant that the was not much of a atmosphere. Menu is interesting and the food was excellent presented nicely. Staff were very friendly. It is pretty expensive but quality of food and location should be a one to command a price premium.
4 based on 94 reviews
I had the chance to eat there 3 times as I stayed in the hotel. The first 2 times were excellent, especially for the beef filet. However, the last time I had the German speciality made of rolled/minced beef which gave me very strong stomach ache (food poisoning). The staff is extremely nice and professional. It was great to get as complimentary starter some bread with sliced meat and butter.
3 based on 95 reviews
The view from the terrace is quite stunning, down the slopes of the Taunus until Frankfurt skyline and Odenwald in the back but the food served here is not great. It's best to come to just have some hearty starters you can wash down with some beer. Food is the usual Schnitzel cum French Fries, some of the stuff (e.g. Kartoffelpuffer) is not freshly prepared. Owner features more the grumpy type.
4 based on 38 reviews
Gasthof Zum Neuen Bau is located centrally in the historic section of Kronberg and is perfectly charming. It is located directly across from St. John Evangelist Church and surrounded by the old town of Kronberg. The restaurant is fairly small, but very charming and it was filled with locals enjoying an early Sunday supper. The menu consisted of mainly local German food with few exceptions (Thai Chicken). The service was very friendly and accommodating. They did not offer a menu in English, however waiter (owner?) was very happy to translate for me. My food was delicious! Please note, they do not take credit cards. I would be happy to return here for another yummy meal!
4 based on 121 reviews
We had a very enjoyable drink, and then meal at Zum Grunen Wald. It have a great outdoor location, and we found the people super friendly.
4 based on 63 reviews
We loved this cozy, charming place. Had a lovely dinner of delicious pumpkin soup and onion tarte, (Flammkuchen), I love this Alsatioan dish and was surprised and happy to find it at this restaurant. It was delicious as was everything else we tried.
4 based on 64 reviews
In the Kronberg old town. Sit outside on the nice terrace amongst the half timbered homes. The inside is designed more like a club than a cafe (lime green). Service is good (not great) and friendly. No English menu. Selections are varied from breakfast, salads, pasta, traditional dishes and some more international dishes (curry). I had a Caesar salad with grilled chicken. Good. Fresh. Chicken well prepared. Would be better with Less dressing, homemade croutons and shaved Parmesan.
4 based on 76 reviews
I felt as if I was in a different world. The was absolutely amazing, we had the bortscht, wiernerschnitzl, spegehtini and a zucchini dish from the entrees section. Every bit from each was heavenly. Our server although he didn't speak English, which is no problem for me, was very nice, attentive and helpful. This restaurant is a hidden gem and if I ever come back to this little town I will absolutely be returning here. Thank you so much!
4 based on 129 reviews
Fantastic food, outstanding service, great wine list. If the weather is nice, sit out on the covered patio.
4 based on 615 reviews
Miroâs Ristorante unites the whole variety of the vivacious italian-mediterranean cuisine under one roof. In our five pleasure zones you can find a variety of different relaxing and refined environments. Come and visit us in Miroâs Ristorante, Skyline-Ter
My wife and I are retired Canadian professionals living in Frankfurt for 18 months. Today, between Christmas and New Years Eve, it was overcast and foggy and wet, and we decided to explore the narrow cobblestone streets of the incredibly beautiful little towns of Kronberg and Konigstein, with their timeless estate/residences. We had made reservations at Miro's (highly recommended) because we assumed, rightly, that the local residents would be a good gastronomical influence! Miros is located on a hillside overlooking the valley below. The exterior is unassuming; the interior is very nicely decorated, warm and welcoming, with linen tablecloths. The owner himself seated us at a table with a view.If readers look at the comments on the attached photos, they will see why we were so delighted with the meal. The flavours and presentation were excellent. The ambience is such that families will enjoy dining, as well as couples looking for a memorable experience. (Why dine at other fine restaurants where the stuffy, stiff formality creates gastric ulcers?)The cost of the meals is entirely reasonable for the high quality and absolute professionalism. We will be back again to explore the menu. Bravo Mirwais!Thank you very much!You have to come back on a sunny day to take a look out of our windows an to see the great panorama.And of course, to explore the menu.We are looking forward to see you,kind regardsMiro
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