Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Wolfach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including Kirnbacher Hof, Lowen Restaurant Harter, Hirsch, Walkenstein, Hirschen, Gasthaus zum Tannhaeuser, Landhaus Hechtsberg Inh. Rudiger Schmid, Gasthof-Restaurant Sonne, Lauble, Restaurant Waldsee-Terrasse
4 based on 51 reviews
I have visited this restaurant many times over the years with family and it is fabulous,the blackforest is truely breathtaking and this restaurant is set right on tbe edge of it, there is a small fishing pond there and also a crazy golf course for tbe kids.
4 based on 36 reviews
A typical German dinner menu with considerable choice and all at an acceptable price. Choosing the "a la carte" selection from an English menu our carpaccio of beef was the best we have eaten whilst our choice of trout from the farms lake was cooked to our choice with a wonderful almond butter sauce!
4 based on 97 reviews
In the south-western corner of Germany known as the Schwarzwald or Black Forest is Shiltach, a picture-postcard pretty small town with a river running through the middle that has retained many of its old half-timbered houses, some dating back to the sixteenth century. One of its most charming buildings is the Gasthaus Sonne on the market square. My wife and son and I were looking for dinner after 21:00 when the Sonneâs kitchen had officially closed. However to our relief they were very welcoming, there was no problem accommodating us and the service throughout was friendly and smiling in a completely unforced manner. To start with the only negative point, my wife found her wurstsalat (German pork sausage with salad) rather uninspiring, though there was certainly a good plate of it. The rest of the dinner was very good. I had the sonnenteller, which comprised pork medallions with spaeztle (a type of noodle found in southern German speaking areas made with eggs, flour and salt), potato croquettes and mixed vegetables. My son had the katzagschroi (a beef dish with potatoes) which he found excellent. For dessert I had the apfelkuchen (apple cake) that is ubiquitous in southern Germany with walnut ice cream and my son had a large vanilla ice cream with a can of heated raspberries on the side. I had a beer, my wife had a coffee and my son had a glass of white Riesling wine from another pretty local town, Gengenbach. The bill came to a reasonable â¬55.80 and we would certainly go back there.
4 based on 14 reviews
Het restaurant ligt net buiten het dorp en beschikt over een fraaie tuin met terras. Overwegend Duitse gerechten, fraaie overzichtelijke kaart. Meer dan keurige gerechten die zeer smaakvol zijn. Je hebt een mooi zicht op de open keuken; alles vers! Zeer correct en vriendelijk personeel. Een aanrader!!!
4 based on 103 reviews
We have been visiting Hornberg and our friends for over 35 years. The Tannhaeuser has outside seating on the sidewalk. Hornberg is a very quiet village, and the Tannhaeuser offers the opportunity to intermingle with the locals.My favorite meal here is the Jaegerartz (hunter style) Schnitzel, which is served with small button mushrooms. be sure to try the Bratkartoffeln (roasted potatoes and onions)
4 based on 25 reviews
While staying at the wonderful Mathematics Institute in Oberwolfach, a group of us had weds night dinner at Hirschen. I had venison and spaezel with Logenberry sauce. Before this we were served a delicious bouch mis of a goat cheese gnocchi and ate from an excellent salad buffet ... The wine was excellent as was the apertif and my desert.
We had a good meal here. The only thing I did not like was that the compote was from a can, and not homemade. Good wine, good service. It is a restaurant in a hotel that does host big groups of tourists, when we were there it was a group of elderly dutch people who talked very loudly. I also found it strange that the staff didn't want to accept a visa card,
5 based on 26 reviews
I think maybe we have been spoilt in Spain and Italy, as we have always found menus in English and that staff working in restaurants spoke enough english to take our order.Not the case here no english menus available and the lady who greeted us in german spoke no english. We were hungry so decided to see if I could make any sense of the German menus given to us after being shown to our table. I couldn't none of the words on the menu looked anything like the food I knew the names of in English so I had to admit I couldn't understand it when the lady returned to ask us what we wanted to order. She left and returned with a younger man who spoke some english and between us we managed to order our food. It arrived and was good and the mixed salad was tasty. We requested ice cream again for desert so not to bother that young man again as I could just make out what that was from the desert menu.Then I got the shock of my life when using my Visa card to pay. The lady very loudly Nine Visa shaking her hand, luckily I had enough euros to pay the 32 euro 70 cents bill or we could have been washing up maybe who knows. I have no idea why my Visa card was not accepted but that was the only problem we had throughout our holiday using our Visa card. The food was good, maybe a little too much salt for my taste but well worth the money so again we will recommend this restaurant but make sure you have euros if you only have a Visa card unless you like washing up lolJohn & Sue Eastbourne UK
4 based on 51 reviews
Followed Trip Advisor to this restaurant and was not disappointed.A bit out of the way but decor delightful and very clean.Owner very helpful and food very good.Bavarian asparagus soup best ever and my first steak in Germany was like cutting through butter.Would certainly return and it is clear many do
4 based on 101 reviews
Regional â fresh â qualityThe black forest offers everything for a great kitchen and foodWe get our product from regional bakers, butchers, farmers and hunters. Only the best quality is allowed, without compromise. We are very happy to live in an envirome
We spent a week on holiday on a farm in the area this summer and dined at the Kirnbacher Hof twice during the stay. It was the best restaurant we dined at, although I must say that, although the Schwarzwald is a lovely place, do not go there for its food, which is somewhat disappointing in general. So while we had our best dinners at Kirnbacher Hof while in the area, I can't really say that the food is top notch. Still, your best bet for a good dinner. It's a friendly place too.
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