Reviews on European food in Weil der Stadt, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including Gasthaus zum Stern, Hausbrauerrei Monchswasen, Pizzeria Minigolf, Cabico, Restaurant Bierstadel, Kaminrestaurant im relexa Waldhotel Schatten, Monbachtal, Bauernstuben im Hotel Ochsen Post, Ratskeller da Vittorio, Restaurant bei Schwejk
4 based on 115 reviews
Very authentic western Czech food. Try the Szegedin - Bohemian Goulash or the Svickova - Czech version of Sauerbraten, the Hradcany - Turkey breast with a cheese sauce and the Amalka Rumpsteak (Sirloin) covered with ham and melted Brie or Camembert. They also had a special of Schweine Haxen (Pork Knuckle) roasted to tender perfection with the skin crispy and the fat easily removed. We were a family group of 5 and brought the left overs home. We literally ate two more meals from what was left over. The owner is Czech and was visible all the time, making sure all was well. They also have the original Budweiser (Budva) and Pilsner Urquell on draft and a good selection of schnaps and spirits. After we finished with our dinner the owner offered a free round of Schnaps, which we had to decline, because we had enough alcohol for the night. He then insisted on free coffee, espressos or cappuccinos. We left happy and satisfied. They have indoor and outdoor seating in the summer. Total cost for 5 including tip was 180 Euro.Parking is available across the street in front of a park.
4 based on 228 reviews
Always an excellent choice. Eating Taglialini alle Tartufo Nero (sorry for my broken Italian) outside Italy as if you were in Italy is possible in da Vittorio. A family owned restaurant that is truly remarkable for excellent pasta in the Stuttgart area. In addition the family is great! I was there 15 years ago and they keep running the business the same way. Since then, I cannot come to BÃ¶blingen without stoping for dinner at least once. If you have not tried, don't wait. Go!!!
4 based on 114 reviews
It took me some 6 months to write this review. Can one write such a negative comment after we have been in the Bauernstuben for many years? We were for another family dinner out last weekend in the Pforzheim region and we avoided again going to this place, so I thought it is finally time to do it. Many of my co-contributors praise - rightly - the nice atmosphere of the Bauernstuben and the hotel Ochsen-Post. The atmosphere is still the same. Even the quality of the food has not changed. What has changed for old customers is that the Bauernstuben has reacted to the crisis as many others do (raise the prices and cut the costs).Let me tell you my story: We had reserved a table for 10 persons (incl. my small son and some elderly people) for a lunch on Saturday. We were on time and had the menu a la carte. We had aperitifs, with the starter a white wine and with the main course a red one plus mineral water. I was surprised to note at a certain moment that I was not asked whether the service should bring a new bottle, when the old one was finished, but simply a new bottle was opened (which was in both cases from the upper end of the price list). Not so surprising that the half full/empty bottles were taken away (and ended in the kitchen). Moreover, I had with a friend a Chateaubriand which came at some 60 Euros for 2 persons. It was a huge chunck of meat (well prepared, no doubt, but who wants to eat 300-400 gr of grilled meat per person?). When we had finished the service came and asked whether he could bring the second serving. I wanted to quit already, but my friend said that we would take another piece. We waited for this for some 30 minutes while my other guests had already finished their main course. So nobody got any decent dessert, as the service said when we had finally finished that the kitchen would now be closed (the owner/chef was sitting with other guests/friends and did not care). I left frustrated with a check of some 600 Euros - on which I found later that the second serving of the Chateaubriand was bllled with another 60 Euros. Die Kurzversion auch auf Deutsch: Die Bauernstuben sind nach wie vor ein sehr schÃ¶nes Restaurant, aber die Krise hat auch hier Ihren Preis: hoch mit den Preisen und runter mit den Kosten. FÃ¼r alte StammgÃ¤ste, die hier viele Familienfeste gefeiert haben, eine groÃe EnttÃ¤uschung. Nur ein Beispiel, das symptomatisch zeigt, was schief lÃ¤uft: In der Karte wird ein Chateaubriand fÃ¼r 2 Personen fÃ¼r ca. 60 Euro angeboten. Ich teilte den Berg Fleisch mit einem Freund. Sobald wir fertig waren, tauchte der Kellner mit der Frage auf, ob er nun die zweite Lieferung bringen dÃ¼rfe. Mein Freund sagte, er wÃ¼rde vielleicht noch eine Scheibe essen. Nach 30 Minuten Wartezeit kamen dann noch einmal 500 gr. Fleisch. Auf der Rechnung entdeckte ich spÃ¤ter, dass auch ein zweites Mal 60 Euro abgebucht wurden. Auch alles drum herum sprach nur eine Sprache: Verkaufen, verkaufen, verkaufen - so viel und so teuer wie mÃ¶glich. Damit hier keine MissverstÃ¤ndnisse aufkommen: Wer gute Leistungen bietet, soll auch gut dafÃ¼r bezahlt werden, aber das soll, wenn schon nicht mit Charme, dann zumindest redlich passieren.
4 based on 16 reviews
My first visit in 1952 with my school class has inspired my love for this place. I still come here every couple of years for over 60 years now. Heavy hand tp hand combat partisan fighting here during the final days of WW 2. Shady walk along a gurgling creek, the Monbach. Listen to the birds and hums of insects and butterflies. No uphill, leisurely stroll with plenty of benches to rest along the way. Stop at Bas Liebenzell afterwards an enjoy a concert in the park or coffee under the trees. Breathe in the fresh Black Forest air. Enjoy a round of golf at the nearby country club. An hours car ride to Baden Baden, casinos etc a place frequented by the former Shah of Persia and his first wife, Soraya, and Freudenstadt, great skiing in winter, hiking in summer etc. 2hours from Strassburg and the Alsace Lorraine region.
3 based on 25 reviews
The Kaminrestaurant offers a lavish breakfast buffet. It also offers unusual and very delicious lunch and evening meals. Treat yourself to delicious Swabian dishes out on one of the terraces in the warm summer months. Why not spend a romantic evening by a
My soup and dish were not hot! Plus the spÃ¤tzle were overcooked.German wines are special, it depends on taste you might like them or not, this is up to you.
4 based on 246 reviews
Had a great meal here last Friday. Interior is very cozy (it was cold out), decorated with German National Team soccer memorabilia. Waitresses were bustling about serving great looking food. Food was German (schnitzels and pork roasts/steaks) but also beef specialties. Our dinners were generously sized and delicious. Prices reasonable. It was a bit noisy, but the restaurant was completely full and there was a large party near us. Definitely make reservations. There was a very small bar.
Nice relaxed cafe/bistro with an outdoor terrace that catches the sun late afternoon/early evening. Can just have drinks or they have a menu with choices such as spaghetti, currywurst, plenty of salads plus some âfinger foodsâ. We ate spaghetti bolognese plus shared a mixed salad. Prices are very reasonable. The 2 people that served us were very friendly and both spoke English.
4 based on 38 reviews
Our family went there for dinner, and were so happy to be able to sit outside. the young ones could play on the playground, one even discovered the chestnuts were getting ripe and started to collect them. The food was well prepared, and served promptly, we could even share a couple of meals. Pizza - any kind - are great, so is the pasta.Parking was no problem.
4 based on 131 reviews
Gotta tell you about my experience here. Stumbled across the place on a trip through the northern Black Forest. A micro brewery with a full blown kitchen German style. The beer tasted great and was brewed as fresh as can be. One can watch the brewery whilst waiting for the food. Everything very German, efficient, stainless and inviting. The food was down-to-earth German Svabian style with Spaetzle being offered too. To my astonishment, the menu was packed with delicacies and they were really affordable. Canadian Buffalo (imported) topped the price range, but that protein must have been shipped here before one can dig in. Great salads too and a big outdoor dining terrace as well.
4 based on 19 reviews
This is a kind of traditional German-Austrian restaurant where you can have dinner and feel like in a fairy tale as the surrounding is really inviting and warm. It is a small place with great atmosphere. Needless to say, that the food was extraordinary especially the traditional ice-cream with hot raspberry.
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