Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Radebeul, Saxony, Germany. Radebeul is a town (große Kreisstadt) in the Elbe valley in the district of Meißen in Saxony, Germany, a suburb of Dresden. It is well known for its viticulture, a museum dedicated to writer Karl May and a narrow gauge railway connecting Radebeul with the castle of Moritzburg and the town of Radeburg. The Meißen area, where Radebeul is located, is one of the northeasternmost areas where wine is grown today.
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4 based on 528 reviews
I thoroughly recommend this very friendly and very interesting restaurant. I had two really excellent meals here during recent Dresden trip. The host was genuinely warm and friendly. Spetsle or Swabian noodles outstanding. It's a great restaurant - stylish too in lovely courtyard.
4 based on 179 reviews
This was recommended so we went before our walking tour. Martin Luther church is visible from the restaurant. A seat outside involves and we had to cover our juice beverage pronto. We ordered the Hearty Breakfast: scrambled eggs, piled high w bacon and sausages. 3 pieces of toast w a dish of butter. No jam offered. Tasty food. Our waitress was detached and impersonable. Perhaps because she was managing the entire outside by herself. A nice place to sit but the sun does come up and is quite hot. Bathroom inside is clean and easy to get to. No stairs. A small park nearby w questionable clientele.Thank you for visiting us at Lloyd's.We were very happy about your rating.We wish you a nice time in Germany.Best regards, Your Lloyds Team.
4 based on 194 reviews
KÃ¼nstlercasino in den 1950er Jahren, DDRâVerlagsgebÃ¤ude und klassisches WettbÃ¼ro in den 1990ern, heute Restaurant, Bar, Konzert Venue & Club mit wundervollem Sommergarten!
We had two great lunches in this friendly restaurant during our stay in Dresden. After disappointing experience in several restaurants in the historical center of Dresden, we were so happy to find this place! Located in Dresden's Neue Stadt across the river, it a just a 15 minute walk from the historical center. The trip is well worth the effort, as the restaurant serves good innovative food made by a motivated chef from fresh ingredients. Service was friendly and attentive, and we enjoyed lunch on the sunny terrace. Check first the daily list as it contains season's ingredients.
4 based on 54 reviews
We offer a fine selection of tasty dishes that are always fresh and prepared with the best products. Come to us and let yourself be pampered by our service. We are looking forward to your visit! We mainly have multinational, Mediterranean, local and Germa
We have been here for a celebration and we loved it. From entry to leaving the restaurant it was great. The rooms are nicley decorated. Our music was played from an mp3 player and everything was running smoothly. The groupd was over ten persons. The atmosphere was great the food awesome and to each course the was a new wine recommended. It was local german and foreign wine but perfect to each course. You should try it out. The evening was great. Service food everything had been perfect! Try it out but be sure it is not cheap but worth it!
4 based on 229 reviews
We found this restaurant to be extremely pleasant, with very tasty and different food. Small little house, but well worth a visit. Even better for us, we had the choice of large or small portions. I would highly recommend. More local than touristy.
4 based on 213 reviews
Went for dinner my last night in Dresden. Was hard to find and the parking is across the street in a lot (you need to pay). The restaurant itself was modern, luxurious, clean, and very pleasant. The wait staff were extremely helpful, translating the entire specials of the day board to English. We wound up ordering the following, which were all really, really good: Saibling, Fruhlingssalat, kalbsfilet, and austern.All the ingredients were fresh, the texture profile of the plates complex, and the tastes well balanced. Really a refined and delicious meal.I would recommend business dinners, couples, and special events.
4 based on 109 reviews
The vineyard made a good sidetrip from Dresden, accessible by local train. We had audioguides for our tour as it was in German only. These worked well and the emphasis on the science and process of winemaking was fascinating. It was a very hot day and the vineyard was hosting a jazz festival with many families in the grounds enjoying picnics and the local wines.The restaurant was a cool retreat and we were able to get a table without a reservation. My starter of ham terrine in a herb jelly with a sweetwine icecream was as delicious as it was unusual. Creative use of herbs and seasonal flavours in all the dishes and of course excellent and very reasonable wine by the glass to accompany. A cabinet of cakes tempted us with dessert.A really good option for when you have exhausted the delights of the city.
4 based on 48 reviews
Unser Weingut inmitten der schÃ¶nsten Weinlage RadebeulÂ´s, dem Goldenem Wagen ist ein Ort, der Lebensfreude mit Genuss verbindet. In unserer Weinstube bieten wir Ihnen feine Speisen- sowie unser Weinauswahl an. In unserem Gutsladen kÃ¶nnen Sie die verkostet
It was a great choice to reserve a table in this tiny place. Our host not only welcomed us nicely but also enquired about our wine preferences. We ended up only drinking the wine he recommended, and it was a fabulous idea. We even went back the next day to taste more. Even though the menu was small (we had known that before), the food was delicious. The homemade bread was warm and all we needed with the wine. We will come back for sure!
4 based on 74 reviews
... where you can get a gastronomic orgasm. The place is nice, with a well balanced design (not too trendy, not too classic) and the food is often surprising with a high quality standard. However I got the feeling that they have struggeled to maintain the level or I was simply to used to be surprised there that I got used to it and did not realized it.
4 based on 267 reviews
TheSpitzhaus restaurant was a 10 minute drive from our vacation apartment in the Wilder Mann neighborhood of Dresden and was recommended by friends-of-friends. We were glad we had the navigation system to aid us in getting there - the restaurant is in a rather out-of-the-way location. The service was slow, but friendly (in helping us translate the menu) and accommodating (in preparing a dish that was no longer on the menu). My salmon, my son's schnitzel, and our friend's mushroom dish were all good.The view was beautiful! A lovely place to spend a summer's evening.
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