Best European food near Thale, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

May 17, 2021 Vivienne Hutton

Find out what European restaurants to try in Thale including Gasthaus Forelle, Schiller's, FischKate, Anno 1560 Apartments & Restaurant, Brauerei Ludde Quedlinburger Brauhaus-Gasthof, Heilemanns FachwerQ, Munzenberger Klause, Hotel Weisses Ross, Weinstube im Hotel am Bruhl, Himmel & Holle
Things to do in Thale

10. Himmel & Holle

Hoelle 5, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany Mediterranean, Central European, German, European Dinner, Drinks Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Digital Payments, Cash Only, Free Wifi, Reservations, Seating, Table Service, Outdoor Seating [email protected] +49 3946 528655 http://himmelundhoelle-qlb.de
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4 based on 138 reviews

Himmel & Holle

Reviewed By Smalgangen

We actually visited this small, nice and cosy restaurante twice during our visit to Quedlinburg. The first time we left after 5 minutes as the restaurant was empty (at 6.30 pm) and there was no waiter to be seen... Next time there where other guests, and a waiter present. It is a small restaurante and it was 8 other guests at another table so we understood we would have to wait some time for our food. But we also had to wait for our drinks... The menu is mainly "Flammkuchen" and the wine options are limited and only by glass. The Flammkuchen was nice and so was the wine, but I would have apriciated the service to be a little more attentive and friendly.

9. Weinstube im Hotel am Bruhl

Billungstr. 11, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany German, European, Central European Dinner Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service +49 3946 96180 http://www.hotelambruehl.de/weinstube-am-bruhl/
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4 based on 60 reviews

Weinstube im Hotel am Bruhl

Reviewed By lotsofspots

We stayed at the hotel and after a quick walk around the town came back to the hotel to eat. We didn't want any more wurst or Schwein. We each chose a different tasting menu, well 3 courses from the tasting menu to be precise. I chose the mushroom themed menu and once we had enjoyed the amuse bouche I launched into a mushroom and scampi soup while husband had trout 3 ways. Next was salmon with mushrooms for me and venison for husband. Mine was accompanied by avert good Rhine white and the venison was partnered by an Italian red. Puddings were equally high calibre and the dessert wines amazing.This is not stodgy food but fine dining in a beautifully decorated old barn. Service was attentive and well informed. A must visit destination

8. Hotel Weisses Ross

Sankt Ritter 19, 06502 Thale, Saxony-Anhalt Germany Cafe, European [email protected] +49 39456 56880 http://www.hotel-weisses-ross-harz.de/

Reviewed By Myself11

Nach der unangekündigten Umbuchung der nahegelegenen Pension "Zum Harzer Jodlermeister" fanden wir uns auf der Veranda im "Weißen Ross" an der Hauptstraße wieder. Die Parkplätze auf der gegenüberliegenden Straßenseite waren spärlich belegt. Die beiden aus Italien stammenden Wirtsleute sprachen trotz einiger Jahre im Lande kaum Deutsch, waren aber nett, freundlich und hilfsbereit und zumindest der Herr des Hauses spricht einige Brocken Englisch, worauf sich Gäste einstellen sollten. Anscheinend funktionierte die Kommunikation zwischen den beiden Häusern nicht so ganz optimal, denn bei unserer Ankunft war das Zimmer noch nicht hergerichtet. Deshalb wurde uns im Gastraum die Wartezeit mit einem aufs Haus gehenden Hefeweizen versüßt. Auf dem Weg zum Zimmer im zweiten Stock roch es im Treppenhaus etwas muffig, auch könnte der Teppichboden auf der Treppe gelegentlich ausgewechselt werden. Ansonsten schien das mindestens 150 Jahre alte Harzer Holzhaus von solider Bauart - beim Betreten der Treppen und Etagenböden knarrte es kaum irgendwo wie in vielen anderen Holzhäusern. Das Zimmer lag zur Straße, war aber sehr ruhig und sauber. Die Möblierung entsprach den Stil der siebziger Jahre, wies aber keine signifikanten Schäden auf. Etwas deplatziert in einer Zimmernische wirkte die Polstergruppe mit einem auf einem Gelenkpodest befestigten Flatscreen-TV. Hier könnte man mit wenige Mitteln etwas mehr Gemütlichkeit und Funktionalität "zaubern". Das Duschbad mit WC ist ausreichend für einen Kurzurlaub, es mangelte nicht an Papier und Duschgels und sogar ein Fön lag bereit. In den Etagenfluren befinden sich bunte Dekorationen mit Anleihen italienischen Landlebens, ein wenig kitschig, aber irgendwie nett. Im Erdgeschoss befinden sich insgesamt vier Gasträume. Frühstück und Abendessen werden auf der beheizten, in das Haus integrierten und mit viel Grün dekorierten Veranda an den aufgereihten Vierertischen eingenommen. Ganz hinten zweigt ein Saal ab, der aber derzeit nicht benutzt wird. Im zentral gelegenen Schankraum wirkt das Mobiliar etwas einfacher, wohingegen der Speiseraum in einem abzweigenden Anbau sehr rustikal wirkt. Die Küche haben wir abends selbst nicht probiert, aber andere Gäste haben in unserer Anwesenheit die Pizza des Hauses sehr gelobt, wobei bei mehr als üblich erwarteten Gästen abends auch eine deutsche Bedienung da ist. Das Frühstücksbüffet war nicht spektakulär, bot aber alles was man in dieser Kategorie erwarten darf: zwei Säfte, Brötchen, gekochte Eier (wenn auch die Warmhaltung länger dauern dürfte), jeweils eine Auswahl an Wurstaufschnitt, Käse und Konfitüren, zwei Joghurts, diverse Honigsorten, Cerealien und Milch. Die Gäste während unseres Aufenthalts waren durchweg nett und ruhig: Wanderer, Biker, Rentner mit Hund und einige Familien mit Kindern, von denen einige ausdrücklich den Mut der Besitzer bewundert haben, sich ohne deutsche Sprachkenntnisse auf das Hotelierabenteuer einzulassen. Der Übernachtungspreis liegt einige Euro unter dem Jodlermeister, die Getränkepreise sind sehr moderat. Aktuell wurde als Angebot der Woche ein frisch gezapftes Schwarzbier 0,5 Liter für 2,50 Euro ausgeschenkt. Fazit: ein Haus mit kleinen Macken, aus dem die Wirtsleute mehr machen können als sie sich derzeit zutrauen. Wie es sich beim Jodlermeister gelegen hätte, konnten wir leider nicht in Erfahrung bringen, aber mit dem unangemeldeten Wechsel in ein anderes Haus waren wir im Nachhinein nicht unglücklich.

7. Munzenberger Klause

Poelle 22, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany German, European, Central European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Highchairs Available [email protected] +49 3946 2928 http://www.muenzenberger-klause.de/index.htm
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4 based on 137 reviews

Munzenberger Klause

Reviewed By Sirena1234

I ordered the pork medallions with mushroom & cheese (maybe too much cheese) and potato croquettes, possibly a 9-. Although a very cool presentation. It was typical heavy German food hard to get thru it all. My boyfriend ordered the pork medallions & potatoes with what seemed like a pound of string beans that didn’t seem to go, unless you are a huge fan of string beans. A 7 at best. The wait staff was very friendly however their command of English and our command of German was equal. So not so good..Very good value for your dollar, cash only, menu only in German and hard to translate even online as the words don’t even appear.

6. Heilemanns FachwerQ

Marktstrasse 10, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany International, Italian, Mediterranean, European Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks Reservations, Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Digital Payments, Cash Only, Free Wifi, Table Service, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available [email protected] +49 3946 5198051 http://fachwerq-quedlinburg.de/
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4 based on 76 reviews

Heilemanns FachwerQ

Reviewed By Z5263AFchrisp

Had searched through Trip Advisor for recommendations and although not no.1 we gave it a try. The food and service were both great. The house white was especially good. The waitress was lovely and coped well with our lack of German!! Recommend for low cost lovely meal.

5. Brauerei Ludde Quedlinburger Brauhaus-Gasthof

Blasiistr. 14, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany German, Central European, European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +49 3946 705206 http://www.hotel-brauhaus-luedde.de
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4 based on 591 reviews

Reviewed By Arcoman

We arrived late on a warm summer evening and took a table under the mighty chestnut trees of the Biergarten. The courteous waiter brought local riesling and silvaner from the Saale-Unstrut area and the pilsener brewed right here in the Brauerei.Delicious drinks with good friends in a charming setting = great way to wrap up a day.Bonus: interesting 200+ years of history through good times and bad.

4. Anno 1560 Apartments & Restaurant

Poelle 8, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany International, German, European, Central European Dinner Reservations, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Table Service, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available [email protected] +49 3946 8119455 http://www.anno1560-quedlinburg.de/index.php/restaurant
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4 based on 94 reviews

Anno 1560 Apartments & Restaurant

Reviewed By Josef W

This review is only for the restaurant - we did not stay in the apartments (but might do so next time we are here)! - Luckily for us our hotel recommended this place for dinner. Opened just 6 weeks before our visit, all is gleaming new and modern in this antique building, originally constructed in 1560. "Before and After" pictures on the wall show that very substantial effort went into converting this old building into this present-day gem. But not only the surroundings were perfect: the reception by the owner and the service throughout the evening was very cordial and pleasant. This were all mere starters for a very pleasant dinner. Everything was simply perfect: from the amuse bouche of veal over mangold to the appetizers of beet soup and home-cured salmon with fennel-orange salad to the main courses of Piccata Milanese and the Veal Medallions in Marsala sauce served with risotto and green asparagus. At that time we were more than 5 weeks into a long trip and basically had to watch our calories intake, so we toyed with the idea of not having a desert, but the owner graciously offered to create for us a small sampler of his different desert offerings: we just could not say no and were we glad again, the sampler was beautifully presented and a delight to taste! A couple of glasses of white and red wines perfectly rounded out the evening - one of our best culinary experiences of the year (and we do eat out frequently in different parts of the globe)! Congratulations to the owners and staff at this refined, very well managed and presented place!

3. FischKate

Lange G. 1, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany German, Seafood, European Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Outdoor Seating +49 3946 5198488 https://www.facebook.com/janabachmannfischkate/
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4 based on 101 reviews

FischKate

Reviewed By Pia B

We had a really nice dinner, good fish and good Wine. And good service as Well. The price very resonable. We enjoyed very much. Hope to come back some time. Regards Pia

2. Schiller's

Lange Gasse 32, 06484 Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany Mediterranean, Central European, European Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Takeout, Reservations, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +49 3946 528052 http://www.schillers-quedlinburg.de/
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4 based on 230 reviews

Schiller's

Reviewed By 1StevieLew

I called into Schiller's with my wife for a glass of wine late in the evening.Staff were very welcoming and the wine was quality.Seats outside on a warm autumn evening were great.

Top 10 German food in Thale, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

1. Gasthaus Forelle

Karl-Marx-Str. 84, 06502 Thale, Saxony-Anhalt Germany German, European, Central European Dinner Reservations, Seating, Table Service, Serves Alcohol +49 3947 775022 http://forelle-thale.de
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4 based on 70 reviews

Gasthaus Forelle

Reviewed By bigalw35

We were on a camping touring holiday in Germany in the Harz region and we stayed at a super camp site just around the corner from the Gasthaus Forelle.The lady at the camp site recommended this restaurant. Well she was absolutely correct the atmosphere, cleanliness, service, drink and of course the Trout fish meals we had were SUPERB as was the after dinner sweets. I suppose you'd say it had a "homely" atmosphere.The staff were exceptionally friendly and very helpful.If you find yourself in the "Thale" area of Germany then this restaurant is a MUST visit, worthily recommended.

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