Find out what European restaurants to try in Bad Bertrich including Twenty8 Tapas, Alt Kurfurst, Schnitzelhaus Welfenstube, Restaurant "Romerstube" im Wohnpark Romerkessel, Restaurant Zum Eichamt, Reiler Hof, Springiersbacher Hof, Borchert Vinery, Villa Melsheimer, Romer-Keller, Hotel Restaurant ZUR MARIENBURG KG
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4 based on 63 reviews
The most formal restaurant that we ate in in Puenderich. The food was good if a little pricey and not particularly original, and the setting is attractive. It was let down by slow and slightly unfriendly service by young girls who didn't seem to have been trained well.Guten Abend, wir bedauern sehr, dass Sie mit Ihrem Aufenthalt in unserem Haus nicht vollkommen zufrieden waren. Wir mÃ¶chten Ihnen aber auch danken, dass Sie uns Ihre Kritik nahe bringen, wenn auch leider nicht persÃ¶nlich bei Ihrem Besuch. Da wir auch jungen Menschen eine Perspektive fÃ¼r die Zukunft bieten mÃ¶chten, stellen wir immer wieder Auszubildende ein. Diese sind natÃ¼rlich noch nicht perfekt, aber wir geben uns MÃ¼he diesen viel beizubringen. Freundlichkeit steht bei uns an oberster Stelle und ich habe Ihre Reklamation selbstverstÃ¤ndlich sofort in unserem Team angesprochen, da dieser Punkt bei uns bis jetzt noch nie kritisiert wurde.Wir wÃ¼rden uns freuen, wenn Sie uns bei Ihrem nÃ¤chsten Besuch in PÃ¼nderich die Chance geben Sie von den Leistungen und der Freundlichkeit unseres Hauses zu Ã¼berzeugen.
4 based on 155 reviews
The restaurant staff is great, very Friendly! The food is very tasty. Apart from the typical German pork, snitzel, etc, you can eat some nice pasta's as well.Both the interieur of the restaurant and the terrace are pleasant!It is better to make a reservation, because it can become quite busy some times!
4 based on 72 reviews
We are coming back regularly to this restaurant for family events or just simply enjoying the sunshine on the terrace. Design wise it is not my taste at all, I would certainly kill my designer if he/she would create something like this place, but local people and also tourists love its "German romantique" flair. The meal is good, nothing particular but perfectly presented, the service is attentive and friendly, you don't find anything better near by.
4 based on 105 reviews
Wir wollen Sie einladen, eine schÃ¶ne Zeit in dem herrlichen Ambiente des WeinCafÃ© und Restaurant zu verbringen. GenieÃen Sie unsere hauseigenen Weine, Kaffee SpezialitÃ¤ten, oder die frische Winzer KÃ¼che mit regionalen Zutaten und Rezepten. GeÃ¶ffnet: eine
We fancied a change and joined the barbecue at Springiersbacher Hof. Not quite sure of how it would work (and not having the German linguistic skills to work it out) but our friendly hosts explained you selected your salads then the meat chosen was taken to the barbeque and cooked for you. The marinated meat was delicious and not burnt to a crisp as can so often happen with barbecued food. There was plenty of variety with the salads and it was okay to return to the salad bar as often as you wanted. Lovely atmosphere, great wine list from their own winery. It was not expensive and we weren't rushed away after our meal, we were told that the table was ours for the evening. Finished off with a local gin made on the premises, excellent evening with very friendly staff who made us feel really welcome.
4 based on 90 reviews
An average place on the Mosel River. We had a light lunch there recently. The food did not come on a timely basis. The servers were friendly enough. The salad we ordered had way too much dressing. The FederweiÃer wasn't very tasty either. It is a nice room and ambience. Given the competition this is an average place that could do better.
4 based on 178 reviews
We arrived past 8 o'clock in the evening and we're tired and hungry. Frau Wagner recommended us the restaurant and it was quite a nice surprise. Nice view over the Mosel, romantic ambiance. Delicious German food and nice wine (sweet red wine and very sweet dessert wine). Not very detailed menu, but that was not necessary. Lovely waitress who also tried to speak English and was patient when we tried speaking German. It was not cheap but also not that expensive (70â¬, 1 course, wine and water)
TrÃ¨s bien accueillis, on nous a servis un plat typique de la rÃ©gion Ã un prix tout a fait dÃ©mocratique et servi dans le calme. Sans trop de luxe, mais suffisanment copieux et dÃ©licieux ; le service trÃ¨s correct et le prix tout a fait rÃ©sonnable.
3 based on 66 reviews
As they claim schnitzels to be their speciality I had a schnitzel here, topped with goat's cheese, fried onions and bacon. It was a very thick slice of goat's cheese which, together with the onions and bacon, made the entire dish quite greasy, also because the schnitzel had been fried in butter instead of deep-fried in oil. The meat was quite dry and a bit tough. Salad was nothing special but okay. The riesling wine was very good though. I'd probably go back here if I couldn't find anything else.
4 based on 80 reviews
The staff spoke little Engish, but we got by with our poor German and their limited Engilsh.The place was crowded to the point that some people came without a reservation and got turned away. It seemed mostly local, always a good sign.Not too adventurous, both had schnitzel. My husband had his salad with dressing but I got mine without. Great food.They did not take credit cards, but the check was so low that we carried enough euros to cover it, and that was with two beers and two wines! Highly recommend it as it was recommended to us.
4 based on 194 reviews
Lovely food! Fresh, tasty, with Mediterranean character. Good selection of wines. It's def. a must try!!!
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