Reviews on European food in Markgroeningen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including Hotel & Restaurant Herrenkuferei, Restaurant Hermes, Schwabenstube, Gasthof zum Baren, Restaurant Christophorus, Restaurant Alessis, Historik Hotel Ochsen Restaurant, Landgasthof Lamm, Emy's Trattoria Pizzeria, Ristorante Da Biagio
4 based on 39 reviews
Good flavour and very good price. The Biagio pizza was just perfect, we had it with extra parmesan and the size and taste was just want I wanted. The broscheta was surprisingly very good too, slightly soft but with a solid taste. The pasta on the other hand can be improved, the taste was no up to the same standard as the other things we tried but, the pizza was so good that I will give it 5 stars still.
4 based on 19 reviews
Wir haben seit meiner ersten Bewertung mehrfach Pizzen "to go" (wie es neudeutsch heisst) probiert und waren 2 mal zum Essen vor Ort. Zwischenzeitlich ist es uns gelungen, die meistens ausverkaufte Tomatensuppe zu verzehren. Superklasse!!!Na ja und auch die Pizzen "to go" waren vorzÃ¼glich.Weiter so und nicht nachlassen!!!
3 based on 30 reviews
My wife is from Asperg and we have stayed at the Lamm on more than one ocassion. Last week we had lunch at the Lamm and I must say this was the best lunch I had in our three (3) weeks in Germany, Spain, France and Italy. My brother in law resides in Asperg and we hope to visit again in couple of years. I would consider this a first class restaurant and the owner is very nice and remembered us from two (2) years ago. Gave my wife a gift from Asperg when she learned we live in Richmond, Virignia (USA). We also met the Honorable Mayor Storer and he is very nice and professional. Asperg has come a long ways in the 40 years since I was a soldier at Flak . keep up the good work. Richard T & Doris B Chance
4 based on 14 reviews
After a warm welcome, we took our seats in a traditional German style room.After studying the menu, we decided to take the 4 course fall menu, but asked to change the entrÃ©e. Instead of the figs, the smoked duckbreast. That was not a problem.After a little tasty greating from the kitchen came the duckbreast. It was a real delight, so tender and full of flavor. At this stage we realized that we had not made the right choice, since the portions were really huge. At home this alone would have been enough for an evening meal.Than came a really interesting pumpkin soup, flavoured with garam massala and pumpkin oil. Very, very good, but already now, we ate enough.And still we had to eat beefcheaks with salsify. Tender braised beef with a strong, deep tasting veal fond and al dente salsify clippings and 2 carrotpotatoe cakes. Really couldn't manage to eat it completely.Dessert was crÃ¨me brÃ»lÃ©e accompanied with tonkabean flavoured icecream. Pfffff, toooo much.For you reader, I would suggest to eventually take a starter and a main, and than decide on a dessert later on. We saw plates arrive at other tables and wondered how anyone could eat this completely. Or even better, ask for half portions.But tasty and well made it really was. Presentation was traditional.At this stage, I have to make an inbetween remark on behalf of the Varta restaurant guide. In the 2012 guide, they reward this restaurant 2 diamonds (out of 5). I believe this is overquoted (although my remark is only based on our 1 visit). We have eaten in other similar restaurants in Germany, quoted with only 1 diamond, and they were as good as this one, in some cases even better (see my other contributions). So we came with higher expectations and felt a litlle let down. Again this is on the account of Varta, and not this restaurant.Winelist is very reasonably priced, with a lot of local wines, other German regions, but also a nice collection of foreign ones.Friendly and helpfull service. I wonder why they do not carry a Michelin BIB gourmand since the 3 course menu is priced only 30,90â¬ and this even on Saturday.
We offer you a german-romanian cuisine with delicios dishes..Welkome
I am writing the Rewiew in English that lots of people can understand it. The Restaurant is a Familiar place small and clean ,the owner is always very attentive to his clients needs.i recommended to all my friends and family.
4 based on 423 reviews
This would have to be one of the best steakhouses that I have been too. I visited the museum back in 2015, but didnât get the pleasure of dining at this amazing restaurant. But coming back with my wife, I couldnât resist to treat her tonight to the restaurant and tomorrow, she is going to beside herself at the pleasure of visiting the Porsche Museum. Being a porsche fan, there was no way I was missing out this time around. But firstly, letâs not get ahead of ourselves and focus on the dinner tonight. We have hired a 2018 Panamera 4 E-Hybrid to get around, so why not start the night off parking in Porche Heaven (aka: the garage below the restaurant), only to drool over the multiple Porsches models all parked there.The staff are friendly, very attentive service and as soon as you sit, you are great with a trolley carting various champagnes and wines to start you off. The menu has something for everyone even if you are a vegetarian in one of the best steakhouses in Europe. Once we had ordered, the waiter delivered a nice surprise for us, a complimentary appetizer of Venison with an onion and apple chutney. For the entree, I went with the clear Tomato soup with Parmesan Ravioli, whilst my wife went with the more safer, Chicken Caesar salad. Being famous for their oversized USA beef steaks, we both had to have steak. When we were about to order the steaks, the waiter comes out with the selection of the various cuts of steak to explain to us each style etc. which makes it easier to choose when you can see what youâll be eating. I went with the 600gm Prime Rib whilst stacey was more delicate in having the 250gm Ladyâs cut Sirloin Strip. The sommelier recommended a cracker local Shiraz wine, which surprised me with the flavours and complimented my steak perfectly. We ordered too much food that we couldnât do dessert but that didnât stop them bring out complimentary mini tasting desserts of tarts, macaroons and cakes. Too sum up, Christophorus is hands down the best steakhouse in Stuttgart! The service is impeccable, the staff knowledgeable, and the food is flavorsome and amazing. Tomorrow we will visit the Museum.
3 based on 25 reviews
Directly to the side of the historic Rathaus. Telephone 07145.96200
A positive surprise. I really appreciated all the food, simple but local and typical.We had a soup as starter and as main dish a plate for 2 with mixed meats, vegetables and french fries. Both quantity and quality was really satisfying. Again, far from a fine restaurant, but if you want to try the german taste and food, it's the right restaurant. The price was fair: with beers and a grappa, about 30 Euro per head.
4 based on 86 reviews
My Bosch friends took me here following a business meeting. The food was excellent and the service was impeccable. There are few restaurants left in the world where the staff is attentive to the needs of the patrons. Schwabenstube is a spectacular exception.The owner is visibly involved in every aspect of the meal. He was clearly engaged not only during preparation but during serving and cleaning as well. Feel free to arrive hungry because the portions are not only tasty but sized for a strapping German worker. I found the meat to be tender and perfectly cooked. The cabbage was just what this American wanted. The salad was fresh, crisp and mildly dressed.Utensils were brought and cleaned as needed. The table was always clean and organized. We stayed very late and also enjoyed desert and warm coffee. We even had nice conversation with the staff.Respect the quality of this establishment and dress for the occasion. It will be more enjoyable for all.Highly recommended for a high quality gastronomic experience.
4 based on 60 reviews
Food was tasty, portions are large. I ordered deep sea crap before the main course. It came in a bowl as a thick soup and it was creamy and tasty. Lamb chops were typical buy plentiful. The dry Greek wine enhanced the flavor. We both ate for under 70 euro which included 3 1/4 liter wines and deserts. Good value. Decoration included large Greek mythology paintings on the wall. Seats were comfortable and firm. Parking for a Sunday evening was easy and free.
4 based on 33 reviews
Diners and Ludwigsburg Visitorsi have for a long time not been to my hometown, as i work and live in London. Recently, my wider family went fror Dinner in Markgroeningen - approx 10 minutes outside of LÂ´burg - and to a Restaurant which recently got very high remarks called "Herrenkueferei". Its very central, in the middle of the historic market town and the food and set-up is splendid - decor is flowerish, with half of a bookshop around for foodies to explore. We had a Spinach Soup and a Veal afterwards, very tasty and not overpriced for the quality. I wish this place good luck, hope it can keep up with its location a bit off the beaten track. If you come from a bit further away to Ludwigsburg and you can afford an evening - its a must go. Tel [--]frank
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