Reviews on Greek food in Waldshut-Tiengen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Waldshut-Tiengen is a city in southwestern Baden-Württemberg right at the Swiss border. It is the district seat and at the same time the biggest city in Waldshut district and a "middle centre" in the area of the "high centre" Lörrach/Weil am Rhein to whose middle area most towns and communities in Waldshut district belong (with the exception of seven communities that belong to Bad Säckingen's area). There are furthermore complexities arising from cross-border traffic between this area and the Swiss cantons of Aargau, Schaffhausen and Zürich. This classification relates to Walter Christaller's Central Place Theory, however, and not to any official administrative scheme.
Things to do in Waldshut-Tiengen
4 based on 90 reviews
I've been here a few times with my wife, and each time we enjoy it. Nice service, tasty food, good wine, friendly owners and staff. My wife would pretty much come here even if it were only for the fig dessert. We also brought her parents here and they had a great time. I've seen plenty of families as well, so don't worry about bringing the kids.
4 based on 50 reviews
It was a great choice of one of our friends to have a lunch at this place. If you like Greek, Italian or Central European food, you will certainly find something according to your preferences! All of us likes what we ordered: penne with salmon and vegetables, lamb steak, skewer of lumb, tuna steak. Everything was great and big portions. There were even starters for free - a kind of fish past with toasts and salad. The restaurant is located in a green area, it has big glass windows and from one side it is surrounded by a forest with a small river that you hardly see through the vegetation. Service is also good and pretty fast, even though we had a small misunderstanding about a salad that was supposed to be free but we were charged for it. If you live in Switzerland, the prices look surprisingly cheep - 10-25 euro for a meal. I do not know if they have an English menu but for us it was not a problem to order in German. It would have been nicer if the toilets are renovated but overall we were glad to pick this restaurant!
3 based on 32 reviews
When you enter the restaurant one is taken by the wonderful view over the Rhine river, nicely dressed tables with crisp table linen, rich glassware and good quality napkins. But once the menu is presented, consisting of loose laminated pages, one starts to understand the food to order isnât that great. The menus offers a variety of German and Greek dishes. I opted for the gyros with tzatziki sauce, home fried potatoes. The meat is dry, feels like cooked the day before. The sauce is ready made served. Not fresh. The order comes with a side salad with too much of dressing. Service is fine because the restaurant was not that full. The management is old fashioned minded and need a reset in their philosophy to turn the place around. Unlikely to return.
3 based on 51 reviews
We haven't been here for over a Year. Quality is just the same!Great food and big portions. Nice atmosphere and a very pleasant service.Hope we get the chance to come here more often.
We stopped by for lunch and decided to have the gyros platter for two. It was a great decision, bear in mind that this could easily feed 3 people. The food was well seasoned and tasted fresh and homemade. Price was also fair. We would recommend it, if you want some comfort, straightforward food.
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