Reviews on Italian food in Geisenheim, Hesse, Germany. Geisenheim is a town in the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis in the Regierungsbezirk of Darmstadt in Hessen, Germany, and is known as Weinstadt (“Wine Town”), Schulstadt (“School Town”), Domstadt (“Cathedral Town”) and Lindenstadt (“Linden Tree Town”).
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Although camping at Rudesheim we walked up the riverbank path for 20 minutes to discover Nico's just outside the Geisenheim Campingplatz. Indoor and outdoor dining is available and we chose the partly covered terrace. We ate 3 steaks, 2 with mushrooms and 1 with the house sauce plus a pork steak cordon bleu (stuffed with ham slice & cheese). All beautifully cooked, generous portions and served with dressed side salad and chips. Pleasant multilingual staff coped easily with our German English! Terrace is on the bank of the Rhine and we ate watching the barges plough passed whilst a full moon gradually rose and was reflected over the water. A lovely start to our holiday here. Pity it has been raining ever since!!We left â¬120 to cover the 4 of us. This included beer, soft drinks, a bottle of wine, 4 mains and 4 desserts plus a tip. Â£25 per head seemed reasonable for a very pleasant meal. Abit off the beaten track but far enough away from the Rudesheim tourist trap! Worth a visit!
4 based on 142 reviews
Modern, but cosy place at the old train station in Assmansshausen. Service is very personal and friendly. The pizza was outstanding, like in Italy. We couldn't remember when last we had such great pizza. Lots of other fantastic dishes.The wine selection of white wine is a bit limited, red wine menu is good. The noise of the passing trains is the only disturbance of an outstanding experience.
4 based on 27 reviews
We decided to take a break from German food and look for Italian. We chose Portofino for its pleasant location in picturesque Rudesheim, and its appealing menu.I like to try seasonal specialties, and during our June visit, every restaurant in Rudesheim was offering a seasonal white asparagus dish. So I ordered the paperdelle sparger, pasta with white asparagus. This was a mistake. The dish was well prepared, but the white asparagus just didn't work with paperdelle. Hubby was smarter and went with classic Italian: spaghetti pomodoro, and scaloppine alla Pizzaiola (like puttanesca without red pepper) with salad. He was thrilled with the spaghetti, which tasted just like his Neapolitan Nonna's spaghetti. It was the best spaghetti he ever had in a restaurant!These three dishes, along with a glass of pinot grigio and a bottle of water, totaled 44.90â¬ with tax. Considering the touristy location and the excellent food, a bargain!
4 based on 30 reviews
There are few options for lunch in Winkel, and I would never have thought to look on the roof of a grocery store to find a place to eat, so I am very grateful that the hotel recommended Tutto Pizza. The terrace view is lovely, and the food is served with pride. Great for large groups, but equally cozy for eating alone.
Ob Pizza oder indisch, hier wird einfach lecker gekocht und die Portionen sind wirklich groÃ, da hat man zu kÃ¤mpfen, will aber nichts davon liegen lassen. Wenn es voll ist kann es etwas dauern, aber das warten lohnt sich. Sie Sommer kann man sehr entspannt und ruhig drauÃen sitzen.
5 based on 20 reviews
The restaurant is very good. The service is excellent and the food is very tasty. We ate pastas and pizzas they were great. The restaurant is very cheap too. We spent â¬ 50,00 in four people drinking wine, water and soda.
4 based on 228 reviews
I am not sure that I would describe this as 'a gem' as a previous reviewer has seen fit to do so. Staying at the nearby NH Hotel I sought a lunch venue for a solo and hungry traveler to see him through to dinner-time. The Calimero was available on a Sunday afternoon in an otherwise deserted little town.But it would be unfair to describe it as 'any port in a storm', nor could I realistically rate it without tasting its wider range of culinary offerings. I wanted a pizza and it is only upon that basis that I can assess the venue.The pizza was good, thin based, crispy, not soggy in the middle and a glass of Italian red was dry and reasonably rounded. For â¬12 it did the job. The place was clean, well patronised by locals (a good sign) and the staff were pleasant and efficient. If I was trying out some more demanding dishes I might be raising the rating to four, but for what I had it was fair-to-good.
5 based on 39 reviews
Terrific food and the chef and server were able to cater to gluten free, dairy free and vegan dietary needs without batting an eye. Everyone at the table was happy, and this was only days after the restaurant opening!
4 based on 133 reviews
Called here for lunch after noticing beautifully presented food being brought out to tables outside. We decided to eat a light lunch after a busy morning and chose pizza and homemade soups. The waiter was great and could speak good English which was a bonus as none of our party of 4 has more than a few words of German. The pizzas were huge and we definitely could have shared between two! The homemade tomato soup and the homemade mushroom soup was delicious and served with a small piece of toasted farmhouse bread. Coffee was good too. Will certainly return next time we are in the area. Prices were amazingly low for this town. Take a trip to the toilets .....you will walk through many beautiful rooms and passageways.
4 based on 365 reviews
We had a pizza where the pizza base was something you would expect was purchased from a cheap wholesaler. The toppings were 98% bad cheese - by a long distance the worst pizza ever. The lasagne was supposedly home made but when it arrived it was still very cold in the centre. It was without comparison the worst meal (!!!) I had ever had. We left two 1/3 eaten meals and the staff were apparently used up this as there were no comments. This is supposed to be the 3rd best restaurant in town!There are much better alternatives in Town; do not waste your money and life here!!
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