Find out what German restaurants to try in Bad Breisig including Templerhof, Am Kamin, Bodega Mi Ranchito, Zum Weissen Ross, Gutshof Monchsheide, Schonherr's "Genuss am Fluss", Altes Stadtweingut, Altes Zollhaus, Alter Zollhof, Weinstube Zum Hiesigen
Things to do in Bad Breisig
4 based on 9 reviews
Wer deutsche Musik mag, der ist hier genau richtig. Der "singende Wirt" lÃ¤dt zum mitsingen und schunkeln ein. Immer wieder ein Highlight!
4 based on 18 reviews
Bij rondje Rheinburgenweg een dinertje gedaan bij Alter Zollhof. Mooie locatie direct aan de Rijn. Aardige bediening. Krabcocktail was een heel magere garnalencocktail, asperges waren ok, aardbeienbeker was redelijk maar ijs weinig smakelijk. Het is vooral de locatie voor de rest heel gemiddeld.
4 based on 30 reviews
This restaurant is located directly at the Rhine. It has a large terrace from where you can observe the massive traffic on this River. The food is very good and served in large portions ! We ate there every evening during our stay and were never disappointed. Quality/price excellent !
4 based on 22 reviews
UrtÃ¼mlich und nett. Wir wurden freundlich empfangen und aufmerksam bedient. Die WeiÃweine hÃ¤tten etwas kÃ¼hler sein dÃ¼rfen, das haben wir auch angemerkt und wir bekamen EiswÃ¼rfel dazu. Kann durchaus machen. Ob Salat oder Schnitzel, die Portionen sind Ã¼ppig bemessen. Das schafft man beim besten Willen nicht immer. Wir waren rundum zufrieden und verbrachten einen netten Abend im alten Stadtweingut. Da kommen wir doch gerne wieder.
We had a very pleasant dinner, overlooking the Rhine River. Service was good and the food tasty. I had a delicious salad, with nice dressing, and chicken.
4 based on 27 reviews
WunderschÃ¶ne Lage , direkt im GrÃ¼nen auf der MÃ¶nchsheide. Man kann die Segelflieger beobachten. Das Essen ist ausgezeichnet. Die Auswahl ist nicht Ã¼berwÃ¤ltigend und die Preise eher im oberen Bereich.
4 based on 56 reviews
A local took us to this restaurant to have the original weiner schnitzel. That was the best that I had. You can see the wavy crispy egg flour outside the veal. This is actually hard to make. Other dishes were very good too.
4 based on 32 reviews
Flew into Germany from the states on a Monday; many of the local establishments are closed on Mondays. The hotel recommended this small out of the way restaurant as an option and it did not disappoint. The hostess did not speak English but she did speak Spanish (and German), so I was able to order fairly easily.Everything was top notch; the sherry, bread, salad, and steak all incredible. I would highly recommend this for anyone staying in Bad Breisig, any day of the week.
4 based on 82 reviews
We've been to the restaurant a number of times, mostly for family dinners and we've never been disappointed. The restaurant serves modern German cuisine and they go through a lot of effort with their specials (which are always around seasonal products, such as white asparagus in spring, duck in the winter etc.). They also have some "themed menues" during the week at very reasonable prices and often do regional promotions (such as Norwegian dishes - e.g. the elk and lobster are to die for - or fish buffets). I feel the restaurant is excellent value for money (e.g. typically a 3 course dinner incl. drinks would be under EUR 50 p.P.). The food is very tasty and the service always nice and friendly. We can highly recommend the restaurant and will definitely be back!
4 based on 114 reviews
Let me say upfront that this restaurant is quoted 2 diamonds out of 5 in the Varta restaurant guide.So we went with high expectations. Should at least have been Michelin BIB quality?Outside a nice mansion-like house, nice lighting, terrace etc.Cosy interior, cuddily heated ..... warm welcome. Breathes the air of a gourmet temple.Other than "Ã la carte", the card showed one, three course menu at 28â¬. Ok, not expensive, but since the map showed very traditional plates too, apparantly not different from the ones on the menu, I thought: "hmm, let's see what they can do for this amount". And so, we took it. But it appeared they could not do much.First, came 2 kinds of bread and 3 different spreads on the side, nice.Then, for first course, a fresh salad accompagnied amongst other things, by raw quartered tomatoes, lukewarm asparagus and strawberrys. It felt like back in the 80ties. Nouvelle cuisine, you still know?Main, a so called mediterranean braised lam leg, with green beans, braised tomatoe, an indifferent sauce, probably thickened with starch and some gratinÃ© potatoes.Then a vanilla panacotta with strawberry and rubarb sauce.Well, honestly, these 3 courses were not more than just correct home cooking. I can do better at my home and I'm not a chef.Coffee and thea, were accompagnied by 1 minuscule biscuit.Ok, I admit, what can you expect for 28â¬?Still, I would gladly have spent some more for a more elaborate meal. Is Varta is to blame? Or is the crisis so big in Germany .....? Or was the chef out of inspiration?And also IMHO, houses like this one should not downsize on the quality and offer meals at a lower price in the hope to attract more customers. First they will scare away the real gourmets. And secondly, the other eaters will not come either, since they will not go to a gourmet institute anyway. Proof: other than us, there was nobody in the restaurant.Almost forgot: nice winelist, mostly German, but also a very well thought choice of French and Italian ones. It starts at 24â¬, but can also be taken by the glass.
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