Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Lindau, Bavaria, Germany. Lindau (officially in German: Lindau (Bodensee)) is a major town and an island on the eastern side of Lake Constance (Bodensee in German). It is the capital of the Landkreis or county Lindau, Bavaria, and located near the borders of Austria (Vorarlberg) and Switzerland (St. Gallen and Thurgau). The coat of arms of Lindau town is a linden tree, referring to the supposed origin of the town's name (Linde means linden tree in German). The historic town of Lindau is located on an 0.68-square-kilometre (0.26 sq mi) island, which is connected with the mainland by a road-traffic bridge and a railway dam leading to Lindau station.
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4 based on 108 reviews
After a morning in a natural habitat in Austria, just like ver the German border, we stopped by Lindau for lunch. My sister recommended this Greek restaurant to us for lunch. We were immediately seated and soon after ordered our food. Our girls had the children's chicken nuggets, my sister had ordered a Greek baked cheese for starters while my husband and I shared octopus. That was delicious. For the main my sister had souvlaki, my husband had trout and I ordered grilled squid with cheese and tomatoes with tomato rice. The food was cooked very well. No complaints from us.
4 based on 123 reviews
Osteria and shop of Sardinian Specialtie: Wines, oil, cheese, Bottarga, Fregola, ... everything directly imported from Sardinia, specially from small selected producer. The "Osteria" is not too big, there are only 10 Tables, and it's always better to Rese
Came here after I managed to bag a table for early dining and certainly didn't disappoint. Decent food and hubby was extremely pleased with the weissbier. My wine from Sardinia was absolutely amazing. My pasta of the day was ravioli with truffles and it was so delicious. Hubby had the steak with grilled vegetables. He finished the meal with homemade panna cotta. Totally happy with the meal and would like to thank the establishment for squeezing us in!
4 based on 127 reviews
"Zur Fischerin" is a small family run restaurant and wine bar in the 3ed generation for more than 60 years. You will find a great wine selection as well as culinary delights. The small but however fine menu offers a freshly prepared and exquisite internat
Small and intimate. Excellent menu, minimal but focussed, lots of local character . Unpretentious and outstanding quality. Excellent wine list. Attentive and knowledgeable staff who helped with wine selections. Not at all pushy. Would definitely recommend.
4 based on 92 reviews
Our restaurant is closed from the 11th of december untill the middle of April
We stayed at the Adara Hotel and were very impreesed. Breakfast is included with eggs as ordered, and a fine European breakfast choice. Service from the morning staff was good. We also had dinner here two evenings during our stay. The food was so well prepared that I could not help dining a second night after comparing other local menus. The chef has a special talent for combining ingredients. The flavors blended perfectly in each dish. I had the gazpacho, bass/ravioli and second night steak!!! All were fantastic. The steak melted in your mouth and the flavors were expertly melted. We also had the cheese plate, vegetarian artichoke/polenta dish, scallop appetizer, shrimp entree.....we have no complaints!! As a compliment, our waiter both nights was fantastic!!!! Wunderbar!!! He was organized, we'll versed in the menu, and attentive. Again, I can not say enough about the hardworking staff at this restaurant/hotel.
5 based on 105 reviews
The service is very friendly, attentive, but still unintrusive. The food is delicious, regional cuisine at its bests, the menu has some signature dishes, but there is also always something new to discover. The atmosphere is relaxed, but correct.
4 based on 516 reviews
We only had one night in Lindau and our hotel had recommended 3 or 4 restaurants in the town (for German cuisine) and as this one was only a couple hundreds away from where we were staying we choose to eat here. The restaurant had quite a few tables in its rear garden, so although we had not booked and the place was busy (and this was a Monday) we got a table no problem. I got the impression there were a few locals eating here as well as us tourists. We tried struggling with the German menu but in the end we asked for an English menu. The service was good despite it being busy and there were only one or two staff doing the waiting. I had the local fish which was nice as was the chicken that my wife had. So there were one or two variants to the normal German menu and I think that the good was the most arty we had had during our trip.With a couple of beers, soft drink and coffee the hill came to just over 50 euros, which has been the going rate for us. So this was a good pointer by our hotel, we would recommend it.
4 based on 326 reviews
Welcome to our 2013 newly renovated hotel featuring a rooftop terrace, lift access and free Wi-Fi.Individual rooms, tasteful interiors and the use of quality natural materials characterize our owner-operated traditional house.Try our Bavarian-Swabian spec
We picked this restaurant from the trip Advisor reviews and wernt dissapointed. The food is good quality German fair. Not expensive.One thing surprised us at first is that we were sharing a table with another couple. Once we got over that, it was interesting to meet some locals (and this does appear to be a local's spot) and made for an interesting evening.We enjoyed the meal sufficiently that we went back the following evening as there was plenty of options to choose from the menu.
4 based on 440 reviews
I arrived quite late from Munich and the staff were VERY welcoming and despite the restaurant closing soon, I was given a menu to get a meal which was really good and very tasty thus setting me up for a sleep. A good wholesome breakfast really set me up for the day and for me it was the highlight of my European travels this time around.Excellent!!
4 based on 283 reviews
Lovely meal at this very friendly and welcoming restaurant. The owner was lovely and very helpful. No problems serving a gluten free meal for my husband which was tasty and delicious and homemade by the owners wife....The food was all homemade and very well priced...great advice given on best wine to choose also.I would recommend pre booking as this restaurant is very popular and busy, although we did manage to get a table within 15 mins but in the summer I don't think that would be possible.Delightful and helpful owner who was happy to speak English to us as well....we will definitely return here when in Lindau again.
4 based on 290 reviews
Regional Restaurant, specialized on "all handmade" food - no convenience. The speciality of the restaurant is real barbecue from wood-fired smokers, combined with the regional bavarian and swabian kitchen. The chef is also in a regional TV show called "Wi
We ate here on our last night staying on the campsite on whose grounds this restaurant sits. However it is entirely independent. As with other reviews this was also one of our nicest meals on our German holiday. This restaurant specialises in BBQ with a number of sophisticated smokers and types of BBQs. They also have a full menu of other items including burgers steaks and Pasta . We had a soup of the day a lovely creamy horseradish soup, I had the ribs with a southern US style whiskey sauce and my wife the schnitzel. Service was great again the best on our trip with an attentive waitress for whom nothing was too much trouble, a side of slaw for my ribs not on the menu. Good local range of beers and wine.Hello Drew, thanks a lot for your kind reward! We are glad to hear that you're enjoying the time in our restaurant! You're ever welcome back! Very best regards from the lake of constance, Jasmin Schwabe-Winter & Klaus Winter
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