Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Eisenberg. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you. including Braugasthof Falkenstein, Das Restaurant Falkenstein, Kase Alp, Gockelwirt, Schlossangeralp, Schloss zu Hopferau, Ye Auld Fellows Irish Pub, Ristorante Pizzeria Michelangelo, Landhotel Panorama, Madame Pluesch
4 based on 1090 reviews
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Fussen is a very attractive town but much of the food we encountered was perfectly acceptable 'tourist bland'. Madame Pluesch was different. A beautiful cosy venue and local cuisine - my mixed sausage plate was something to remember. The charming Bulgarian waitress worked so hard. You do need to book and we had to wait for the following day to get in but worth it.
5 based on 21 reviews
A great value for Sunday lunch, a 15 Euro/person buffet with an amazing view to the Alps. Friendly service and an acceptable variety of entreÃ©s. Definitely worth!
4 based on 479 reviews
One of the three original Italian restaurants, from the products to the kitchen where they come out of the delicious pasta dishes and baked delicious and crispy pizza, from the staff to the very cordial service which are always ready and available to advi
In the poring rain, we found Michelangelo who were able to seat the 7 of us - upstairs. We liked the pizzas (I had the Michelangelo) and the spaghetti. Soft drinks (400ml) go for â¬3.90. Overall good food and friendly staff, although it was a bit warm upstairs. We were also able to pay with a card.Thank you for your visite.Arrivederci e grazie
4 based on 62 reviews
We are an irish pub & restaurant. We have a big choice of whiskey, gin and rum. We have a lot of live events, irish folk, classic rock or rock'n'roll.
Nothing bad, equally nothing particularly good. When there are so many far better local German/Austrian Stubes around why bother coming here
4 based on 29 reviews
We stayed at this hotel on a business trip and we flew in from the States so were very happy to see they serve dinner. Dinner time starts at 6 pm so we had to wait a bit, but the service was great as well as the atmosphere.. We enjoyed the food and the drinks... Its the perfect place to eat after a long days journey and to have the special service we received..Thanks for your comment! We hope to see you soon in the castle!Kind regards, Anja T
4 based on 100 reviews
We have had a wonderful dinner at this restaurant. They serve classical local cuisine interpreted in a modern way. Excellent quality products and great service.
4 based on 77 reviews
This restaurant definitely gives that authentic and local experience. The food was fine, not amazing or memorable, but certainly not a disappointment. The reasons why I give this restaurant an average rating is that the menu selection was a bit limited and we waited close to an hour to get our food.
4 based on 138 reviews
Traditional Bavarian Restaurant under NEW MANAGEMENT since first May 2015. Cozy Beergarden with a wonderful view to the Alps! Delicious regional food with a twist and original german beer and spirits. Come check it out! You will be very much welcome!
We've been back and thought is will be as good as it was before. Something changed.It is the quality and taste of the food. I had to return one meal completely because it was not fit for consumption. The lovely waitress responded very well and offered a different dish straight away, but that was not very good ether. The improvement sould be very shortly in the kitchen, please..There is a children play area direct at the premises.
5 based on 80 reviews
Royale Versuchungen, erlauchte Delikatessen, fÃ¼rstliche Gaumenfreuden, lustvolle Leckerbissen und majestÃ¤tische Schmankerln â all das kennt nur einen Namen: Unsere feine AllgÃ¤uer KÃ¼che. Und dazu gehÃ¶rt weit mehr als nur die weltbekannten AllgÃ¤uer KÃ¤s'spÃ¤t
This is an eating place just below the summit of Falkenstein. It is well worth the walk up (a bit of a scramble the last 200 yards, so wear stout shoes). Admire the view, then back to the restaurant for something to eat and a fortifying glass of Prinz Leupolds Donker Beer. If you can get a table on the terrace - heaven!Then to admire the architects designs for the projected castle. King Ludwig II was a monarch who, 1) never involved his subjects in a war, 2) left them richer when he died than when he came to the throne, and, 3) whose hobby was building fairytale castles on mountain tops. Yet they called him "Mad King Ludwig". There is no justice in the world!
4 based on 408 reviews
Good food for very reasonable prices. One of the fastest services I have ever experienced, which was perfect for us as we were tired and wanted a quick diner
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