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4 based on 105 reviews
This place is so much fun! It's a small family run restaurant with great traditional Italian meals. Started with excellent fluffy pizza bread. We let the waiter choose starters for us to share and they were all great. Fantastic local wines and a tender steak for mains. Wonderful Panna Cotta for dessert. Staff were fluent in English and quickly learnt and used our names. Just go there! It's fantastic! Will be going back for sure.
4 based on 142 reviews
We here a few times now with the family as everybody loves the great food and the friendly staff. Started off with a salad (awesome dressing) and Caprese with deliciously creamy Buffalo Morzarella. With it some fresh and still warm pizza bread (complementary).Main - if you like fish try it as they always have super fresh one and also a fish of the day. Also super nice is the home made pasta and pizza. Espresso - proper Italian style and very nice. We will definitely come again. Thank you.
Das Essen ist gut bÃ¼rgerlich und schmeckt sehr gut!, Die Umgebung ist sehr ruhig und man kann an der Murr spazieren gehen! Ein sehr schÃ¶ner Kinderspielplatz ist in einer Minute Entfernung!
4 based on 23 reviews
Dieses Restaurant liegt direkt neben einem Freibad, kann allerdings auch von der StraÃe (bzw. dem Radweg) aus betreten werden. Als hungrige und durstige Radler sind wir eingekehrt. Noch besser gelaunt und ohne Durst haben wir diese gastliche StÃ¤tte wieder verlassen. Die gute Laune rÃ¼hrte primÃ¤r von der Ã¼berraschend vielfÃ¤ltigen Speisekarte. Los war nicht viel, obwohl es ein heiÃer Sommernachmittag war. Gespeist haben wir drauÃen auf einer langgezogenen Terrasse. Deren Tische waren so weit auseinander wie man es heute eher selten sieht, was positiv gemeint ist.
4 based on 174 reviews
Dishes are perfect, taste is good, wine list also.Many traditional dishes somtimes gastronomic. It can taste like in Italy... without the sea or the sun.Service is nice and friendly.
3 based on 44 reviews
Here you can find many Swebisch (and Swiss) specialties, the owner is friendly and the service rapid. The Portions are generous and the food good. Also the atmosphere is nice and traditional. Worths a visit when in Marbach.
4 based on 106 reviews
Hard to find. About a block going up from the entrance is an outdoor (under a roof overhang) self service used book library with books in all languages for 2 Euros each. We ate in the Kronekeller (celler) which every Monday has special - Flammkuchen -similar to a very light thincrust pizza that is not tough or chewy. For dessert had the same thin crust with cream topped with thin slices of Apple and Apple brandy poured over it at the table and served flambÃ©. Only open 11:30-2:30 and 5:30- 8:30
4 based on 54 reviews
The Glocke is a traditional and not very exciting restaurant, but it has an acceptable standard and is worth a visit if one loves German food. The local has a mixed traditional and 1980s look and has hardly been upgraded the last 25 years. The staff was friendly, but seemingly not so interested in a non-local visitor. The food was a rather average experience. The salad served as a starter was not quite fresh, and things seemed to turn out very, very bad as I found a piece of plastic in it. I was more happy to try the Wildschwein aus eigener Jagd (wild boar from their own hunting), which was a very good experience, served with a delicious brown sauce and house made spÃ¤tzle. All of it made a good impression, except for an attempted arty decoration of whipped cream on the plate, which was uneatable because the cream was sour.The main course was acceptable, but the details were unfortunately big failures.
4 based on 54 reviews
Ordinarily I donât go to italian restaurants in Germany as I like to experience the local food but it was Monday and all the fine German restaurants were closed. How fortunate for us to find this lovely place. The food was great. We had lamb and a salad. The people in charge were indeed from Tuscany and marvelously friendly. The chef came out to ask us exactly how we would like the lamb cooked. A relaxing experience. I couldnât ask for better.
4 based on 50 reviews
Following a rather disastrous experience when eating out with the family (they're visiting from Spain) the day before, this place has made our week!We were somewhat late for lunch by German standards and were still welcome to take a seat in the outdoor terrace that is bordered by what I think is a part of the historical town wall. What a beautiful place to sit in the historical town of Marbach!If I got it right, the place is run by a middle aged couple. Rather than talking about "service", I'd like to compare this as being for lunch at your aunt's who does really good home cooking and is taking special care to make things just right for you. It's not the sleek choreography they exercise at hotels, but it certainly has it's charm.The food is very good home cooking, we had authentic home made Maultaschen (with lots of meaty filling and easy on the veggies; those were certainly made from scratch!) and duck breast on sautÃ©ed beets and corn frittatas. Dessert was really good, especially the home made ice cream and sorbet.The price point is very reasonable, as the quality and preparation of food was quite excellent. We really did enjoy our lunch there very much!
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