Discover Restaurants offering the best Croatian food in Troisdorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Troisdorf (German pronunciation: [ˈtroːsdɔrf]; Ripuarian: Trooßdoorf) is a town in the Rhein-Sieg-Kreis (district), in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
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4 based on 76 reviews
Since 1973 the mark "Das Restaurant Adria" in Troisdorf is synonym for perfect hospitality. The traditional house of the family Saracevic is located opposite of the railway station at the entrance to the City of Troisdorf. Beside of Mediterranean specialt
For people enjoying a well-served meal plate, this is a very good address.I tried it during the asparagus season and the menu was full of plates with this nice vegetable.I had a grilled salmon with asparagus and I did not regret it!I saw the mixed grill plate and it was looking great!
4 based on 17 reviews
Service is always very professional, fast and friendly!Atmosphere is very cozy and quiet. Very big dining room.Meals are really fair priced and having good portions.Tasty meat dishes with authentic side dishes.Nice salad self service!Overall we can recommend this place for romantic dinner or a good evening with friends or family.Very suiteable for everyone.
4 based on 76 reviews
My wife and I spent the day in Siegburg in December and could not find a restaurant to our liking. We stumbled upon Peperoni, which was a little off the beaten path. Our visit to the restaurant produced a pleasing dining experience. Peperoni serves both Italian and German food. The salads are fresh and the main courses are large and flavorable. If in Siegburg again, I would return to Peperoni.
3 based on 17 reviews
If you are staying at the nearby Holiday Inn Express, this is a good alternative to the very local restaurants - just 10-15 minutes walk away. Although it bills itself as a restaurant with Croatian and International specialities, it seemed really quite traditionally German: rustic dÃ©cor, a "Stammtisch" (regular's table) and as many German specialities on the menu as any other. In fact, we visited during the "Pfifferlinge" (wild Chanterelle mushroom) season and enjoyed a Pfifferlinge soup, with bread, followed by roast Pfifferlinge with an excellent beef steak and a copious quantity of sautÃ©ed potatoes - and an included visit to the extensive salad buffet. We drank German bier with the meal and were pleasantly surprised as the very reasonable price. Now, we were the only English speaking people there, and we do speak fluent German - but they were so friendly, I'm sure they would welcome everyone!
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