Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Rheinfelden, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including mundArt, I Fratelli, Restaurant Pizzeria Wasserturm, Restaurant Elke, Restaurant Makaan, Ristorante-Pizzeria Da Giacomo, Hotel-Restaurant Storchen, Feldschloesschen Restaurant, Restaurant Schutzen, Pompei Restaurant
4 based on 115 reviews
Considering: a very welcoming service, big portions, good quality and price under control ....it makes evident that this is the tipe of restaurant where I want to become a n habitual costumer. My pizza was easy to digest, and thus done with good ingredients. Let's hope they'll continue this way.
4 based on 123 reviews
The Restaurant SchÃ¼tzen perfectly combines the contemporary with the traditional. The unique atmosphere is created by combining old and new elements. Our offering is geared to guests who enjoy regional cuisine and appreciate freshness and quality. The are
Had a very nice dinner here: the 3 course menu and wine. Itâs a lot of food, especially when to get to the dessert/cheese plate at the end. Thank you for your feedback.It is our pleasure that you enjoyed your dinner.Hoping to see you back soonKindest regardsMartin SondereggerDirektor Hotellerie
4 based on 167 reviews
Our restaurant, situated on the eponymous brewery offers beer lovers and friends of the brewery kitchen the ideal focal point in Rheinfelden. You can choose from up to twelve different open beers with monthly and seasonal specialties, as well as a wide se
The restaurant is part of.the FeldschlÃ¶sschen brewery and has a great locaocstion overlooking the Rheinfelden Valley. I visited this place multiple time and the food was always good. Especially the special beef offerings are superb, although you pay a ++price. Good selection of beers from the brewery group and nice wines. For the summer period they have a great terrace. Good for business, couples and family dinners.
4 based on 64 reviews
Hotel and restaurant on the border side of the Rhine directly opposite from Switzerland. Owned since 1971 by me and my Families . Fantastic German -Swiss cuisine and lovely styled Hotel rooms . You come as a Stranger and when you live you will be a Friend
Heavy dishes at rather expensive prices.Taste can be improved, better seasoning and less creamPortions are big, while meat and fish portions are small.Service is friendlyPresentation very old fashionedSeating is ok, more distance between tables would be nice though, bit dark, even hard to read the menu.Local, fish, meat, salads...Overall bit overpriced for quality served
4 based on 83 reviews
We visited this restaurant after a day we spent in spa. We were starving and all of us ordered pizzas. We asked for rocket and cheese salad, which they didn't have on the menu. They made the salad for us without any problem and it was amazing. The pizzas tasted great as well and prices were just accurate.
4 based on 64 reviews
The food is amazingly good but the ambiance in this classy hotel is zero. We had a drink outside before we entered the restaurant. Nice selection of food. Everyone should be able to find something and all dishes cooked perfectly. Staff was friendly and ok. But there was really nothing with any wow factor... and that is a missed opportunity.
4 based on 88 reviews
Located in the village of Obereichsel, the CafÃ© Elke is a very popular restaurant with a large terrace overlooking a lovely valley. We had both lunch and dinner there and found the quality very good. Service at lunch was a little brisk, perhaps we had caught the owner on a bad day, but other staff were charming and helpful.I got the impression that there were tables with great views for regulars and that passing trade was relegated to the lesser tables....hmmmm.
4 based on 126 reviews
This little gem gets its name from the picturesque 19th century water tower that sits across the street as the recognized landmark of the town, where it now houses a "Fool's Museum" displaying clown costumes and other memorabilia from, of course, the "Fools Guild" of the region.My wife had given a talk at the university in Basel and we took a trip across the river to visit some friends. On the way, we chanced to stop in at this marvelous Italian pizzeria and restaurant in the unlikely location of Reinfelden. I didn't expect much but the place was pleasant enough inside and the staff was friendly so I sat down and ordered a quattro stagioni pizza. After a short wait, I was served up with a delightful surprise--it was loaded with fine ingredients and perfectly done! I'm from Chicago, I've spent a lot of my professional life in New York, I frequently travel to Italy and, not least, I'm a real pizza lover--from deep dish to stuffed, from traditional Neapolitan pies to the best thin crust to be found in Brooklyn or New Haven, I live for the stuff! As a consequence, I like to think I have the necessary experience to evaluate a good pizza and THIS was a GOOD pizza! It was done perfectly, top and bottom, all the way to the center, the toppings were generous and of the highest quality, the crust was perfect, with just enough snap and just enough chewiness, and the edge had a wonderful but not overdone bit of charring from the oven. It was just great! I have no doubt that the home made pastas and other entrees are just as good (I saw a Florentine steak as big a a Buick come out of the kitchen) but I was out for pizza, that's what I got, and that's what I recommend, here. And, much to my delight, with my pizza the server plunked down a bowl of homemade Giardiniera, which is a condiment I associate more with my Chicago youth than an Italian restaurant in Europe, but it really hit the spot and complemented the pizza marvelously. There is a wonderful wine list, here, with lots of affordable Chiantis that are perfect for such a meal, and with a healthy sprinkling of higher end stuff for that steak.The staff was extremely friendly and drawn from every corner of Italy, from Calabria to Umbria, and they have brought some family secrets with them. Chef Gabriele D'Addario (and he deserves that title, having won cooking prizes in his home country) is from the Pescara region of Abbruzo. This place is the real deal.So, if you're across the river in Basel, and if you've already been dazzled and bankrupted by an exquisite meal at Cheval Blanc (as I was), here is something just across the river at the other end of the economic scale, maybe one-twentieth as much per person, but just as perfect of its kind. A great pizza place in Reinfelden? Who knew? Bravo Chef D'Addario!
4 based on 330 reviews
For our 10 year marriage anniversary we booked a table outside at this Italian restaurant. We had dinner before here but inside. The terrace is huge overlooking the river Rhein. Itâs also covered so you can sit there even when itâs raining. And it did that evening...The menu offers all kind of choices and they have some specials presented on a whiteboard placed next to the table.We had vitello tonato which was very good, caprese salad (the tomatoes lacked of taste), pasta amatricana (good but not special) and grilled gambaâs and scalopina al limone.The winelist gives you enough choices and we choose a Primitivo from 2014 which was fantastic.A nice restaurant with good food served and a nice terrace.
4 based on 67 reviews
We had lunch / cake in Casablanca outside on a sunny Saturday. The waiter was very friendly, attentive and caring. I had a Marktsalat with jacket potatoes with an exceptionally nice house dressing that came in an extra little bottle - nice touch. My friend had one of their cakes and coffee. We were both very pleased and would definitely come back when in Rheinfelden.
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