Reviews on Central European food in Langeoog, Lower Saxony, Germany. Langeoog is one of the seven inhabited East Frisian Islands at the edge of the Lower Saxon Wadden Sea in the southern North Sea, located between Baltrum Island (west), and Spiekeroog (east). It is also a municipality in the district of Wittmund in Lower Saxony, Germany. The name Langeoog means Long Island in the Low German dialect.
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4 based on 174 reviews
Really cozy inside, the outdoor part is, well outdoors and on the most busy pedestrian zone of the island. Nice service albeit somewhat fresh at times and they often really have a lot to do!All the afternoon stuff is just great (cakes and pastries, but also very good soups). The main dishes at night are indeed sometimes not quite what you wanted, and I've also had half-done potatoes once. Usually the various dishes were quite tasty though.
4 based on 177 reviews
We went there twice, once for coffee and cake and another time for dinner. Food was excellent on both occassions and the atmosphere inside the restaurant is also very nice. Servings are huge.The young lady who served us on both occassions was obviously lacking training. Both times she forgot orders and misunderstood things. When we pointed it out to her, she reacted in a kind of snippy way. However, dining was pleasant and we would go there again. Their cakes are particularly good, really worth a coffee stop.
3 based on 230 reviews
Hotel Strandhalle is a lovely hotel with a top- notch restaurant. I would say the restaurant is the hotel's best feature. It has wonderful food and a lovely view over the water. And the rooms were comfortable enough. The biggest drawback for me was the lack of elevator. I traveled with family members, and we are all in our 60's. We are traveling for a few weeks, so we had one large suit case and one small suitcase each, as well as a couple little articles (camera cases, etc.). Our rooms were on the third floor. With no elevator, and absolutely no one to help with the luggage, it was a struggle to get everything upstairs. Since the hotel is new, not built into an old building as so many are, I can't see any reason why there couldn't be an elevator. And there are steps everywhere on the ground floor. That was no problem for us, but for the elderly or wheelchair-bound, this hotel is impossible. I also found it a bit pricey. And there was one misunderstanding on my part. Perhaps I did not read or understand the hotel's website, but I reserved a garage for 9 euros a night because I thought that was the only way to obtain parking at the hotel. But the hotel has a free parking lot, the fee was for an actual garage, which we didn't need. The staff was courteous but "distant" - this was not a place to get a lot of personal attention.
4 based on 40 reviews
Wir essen hier gerne. Der Service ist nett und es geht noch mit den Wartezeiten. Man wird aber auch nicht gedrÃ¤ngt, wenn man nach dem Essen noch etwas sitzt. Man kann Tische reservieren, was auf Langeoog immer schwieriger wird. Das Essen ist lecker und reichlich. Die Preise sind ok.
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