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5 based on 112 reviews
Felix Kaspar is an amazing chef with incredible innovation. The explosion of tastes in the mouth, coupled with amazing presentational skills, renders a dinner at this restaurant an experience above all other michelin starred restaurants in Bonn. Being a relatively new addition to the scene, there are still some teething pains that will no doubt be fixed as the restaurant matures. One issue was the unacceptably long wait between each course and the next; the whole meal lasted five whole hours - possibly a sign of an understaffed kitchen that day! We skipped the petit fours at the end since we could no longer stay seated... Nonetheless, I have no doubt that the second Michelin star is forthcoming sooner rather than later.
4 based on 253 reviews
..when you want to have a three or four course meal. The quality of food and its preparation make up for the wait though. A small place with friendly staff and a short but expertly commissioned wine list. Enjoy..!
4 based on 215 reviews
We really enjoyed the Tuna and Salmon dishes at Noa Cafe recently! The staff were warm and welcoming. The atmosphere buzzing and the wine and desert rounded off the evening:)
4 based on 332 reviews
Opening times Monday to Friday: 11 am until 3 pm and from 5 pm until 11 pm Opening times on Saturday: from 5 pm until 10 pm Closed on Sundays
While on business in Cologne, some hotel guests recommended Restaurant Brucken. Upon walking in, we were greeted with warm smiles. The outdoor seating was booked, so we were sat at an open window to the outdoors within the restaurant. The service was outstanding and the food was delicious. The menu offers tapas, in which we ordered the Tzatziki and also the Sheep Cheese drizzled in honey and sesame. Both were fresh tasting and vibrant! For main dishes, we ordered the schnitzel and pork back steaks. Both were amazingly flavorful, cooked just right, and well complimented by delicious fried potatoes and mushroom sauce. The portions were huge and we could have easily split a meal. Receiving good quality German schnitzel is sometimes a challenge, but this establishment hit high marks! We will definitely return!
4 based on 318 reviews
This Bistro is always full because the food is great, the atmosphere friendly and busy and (considering the quality of the food and cooking) the value is great.I recommend arriving a bit early (5-6pm) otherwise you have to wait in line. Since the place is always full, be ready to share your table with others (generally nice people).I had the potato soup, superb. Take at least the medium size. Then the Dusseldorfer steak (great), then the triple sorbets (as great as they look in the picture). My table-mates (complete strangers) enjoyed the huge Wiener Schnitzel and Red Salmon, so I think these could be recommended too.This restaurant is worth a special trip to Dusseldorf. I shall go there again.
4 based on 224 reviews
It is not expected to be found such a nice small restaurant in a hidden alley of Bonn!!! A really nice surprise...Sea food but also meat is served at the place I was with a big group and everything seemed week cooked and all my group enjoy it.The fillet looked amazing as also the entrants of lentils soup... I had the "surprise menu" that had a kalamari first plate and a chicken fillet a SA second ... very well cooked.. Everything nice in a nice atmosphere... in respect to wine we had a German Pinot grizio (!!!!) tasting as bizzar as it sounds!! I am not aware of the price yet I heard it's expensive... I can only recommend it as a nice surprise to the otherwise mediocre restaurants of Bonn ...
4 based on 417 reviews
"German gastronauts are well aquainted with the interior of VendÃ´me, the famously 3-Michelin-starred restaurant located inside the Grand Hotel Schloss Bensberg in Cologne. The restaurant itself look like a rather well kept Prada store, understated and chi
Toqued by Joachim Wissler since 2000, and holding three Michelin stars since 2004, Restaurant VendÃ´me is located approximately thirty minutes east of Cologne inside Grand Hotel Schloss Bensberg, the surrounding environs beautifully manicured and clientele largely well-heeled Europeans. One of over fifty starred-Chefs trained on the grounds of Traube Tonbach, a career that began in 1980 jumping indirectly from Schwarzwaldstube to Schloss Bensberg where a style marked by whimsy quickly caught the eye of critics, it is now nearly two decades later that Wissler continues to cook inside the small kitchen, a team at his side crafting edible works of art offered via one of several tasting menus.Light and airy in ambiance, just twelve tables and less than forty diners seated Wednesday through Sunday including weekend lunch, it is from underground parking that guests pass through gardens en route to refinements, staff proper but not at all stiff and happy to answer questions or grant requests.Priced â¬165 to â¬295 exclusive of Wine, each menu presenting choices along the way, it is even before decisions are made that diners are greeted with Aperitifs and small bites, a quartet of flavors immediately showing Chef Wisslerâs fondness for modernity and highlighted by Goose Liver âPeanut Butter Cupsâ as well as an airy Cookie sandwiching hand-cut Wagyu topped in Osetra Caviar.Opting for Chefâs largest âsymphony,â a nearly four-hour opus consisting of ten-courses that followed opening bites with warm Bread and Butter from Bernard Antony, it was while indulging in a Roll dotted by Olives that locally produced Riesling was poured, the minerality and complex acidity playing well of a first plate of thinly sliced liver âMi Cuitâ topped by Bivalves and no less interesting as a partner to Octopus lacquered by Beets next to Tabouli with a sidecar of Cephalopod Sausage atop Tuna Tartare.Lucky to visit during Spring, the regionâs bounty and Joachimâs obsession with coaxing the most out of superior Ingredients both on full display, it would be difficult to deem either course three or four the mealâs best as both were magnificent, first a poached Egg tanned by Miso beneath Parmesan âSnow,â and then snappy Lobster served in two compositions with one brightened by Peppers and Tomatoes while the other found added sweetness from Melon perfumed by Vanilla.Saucing almost every dish tableside, aromas drifting upward as compositions were described at length, it was by roasting the remains that Char from Lech Valley took on depth to match roasted Leeks and balled Apples, Bones again coming into play as service piece for domestic Wagyu nearly raw with a bit of salt and condiments including Salted Plum and Creamed Corn molded to look like the real thing.Taking the MaÃ®tre D's advice to finish with Lamb instead of Guinea Fowl, three cuts including Offal wrapped by a Crepe dazzling in part due to bold spicing covering a wide swath of Asia, it was transitioning from savory to sweet that fun again was on display via a composed Cheese dish featuring molten Fourme dâAmbert at the center of a Doughnut and Williams Christ Pear Sorbet atop Blue Crumbles on the side.Taking Cheese even sweeter for the first of two Desserts, Quark and a mellow Cowâs Milk variety forming both Cake and CrÃ¨me Brulee accompanied by Raspberries, it was admittedly VendÃ´meâs most unexpected triumph that saw Asparagus used not once but thrice in an elegant finale, the bowl of Ganache particularly memorable before finishing up with traditional German Cookies, Marshmallows, a housemade Magnum and Snickers Bar.
4 based on 1346 reviews
Eckkneipe/GaststÃ¤tte gutbÃ¼rgerlich, alteingesessen, rustikal Frische, hausgemachte Speisen, KÃ¶lsch, Weine und SoftgetrÃ¤nke
We made advanced reservations for a Sunday evening and were very pleased that we chose this restaurant. It was a few minutes walk from the train, away from the tourist center of Koeln. We were promptly seated and given a menu with a variety of seasonal and classic Schnitzel dishes. I ordered the pumpkin and my partner ordered the mushroom cream sauce. We both thought they were the best Schnitzel dishes we'd ever had. We don't eat veal, but the pork was delicious and tender. The breading was light and crunchy - almost like a Southern USA cornmeal texture. It was truly heavenly. The portion was incredibly large and we wish we'd shared one - however, it was so delicious we ate a lot more than we thought we would! We definitely would recommend this place and would gladly return when again in Koeln.
4 based on 138 reviews
very delicious food and great staff. but i think that price some expensive for this food. but this is everyone's business
5 based on 203 reviews
I have picked Reduttchen restaurant based on good reviews I read on TripAdvisor on a recent visit to Bonn. I have to concur with the good reviews. Service was excellent, with great attention to details and the needs of diners. The food was exceptionally presented and very tasteful. Between the 5 of us, we had tasted most of the menu. We were all highly satisfied. The selection of dished is rich and diverse; the presentation is enticing; the taste is amazing. It is also very reasonably priced. I highly recommend it! I would like to point out the Pina Colada dessert; it is a celebration of coconut ice cream on a crunchy bottom, submerged in a pineapple sauce. It was absolutely delicious.Dear tlvla,many thanks for the great compliments. It's nice to hear that TripAdvisor reviews have been confirmed. Because the good reviews are for us the reason to continue to work on us.Also, since you made such a good review, maybe helping other guests find their way to us, thank you.Since even many Bonner have not noticed what is hiding in Bad Godesberg. ;)And if you are from sunny California again in Bonn, we look forward to welcoming you in the RedÃ¼ttchen.The RedÃ¼ttchen team
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