Reviews on European food in Trippstadt, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany including Klugsche Muhle, Gasthaus Zur Linde, Spinnradl, Hotel Bremerhof Biergarten, Burgschanke, Julien, Hotel Restaurant Froehlich, Le Galopin, Brauhaus am Markt, Zur Burg
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4 based on 148 reviews
So disappointed tonight, highly recommended this restaurant to our friends visiting from the US... got vinegar wine.... did not drink itâasked for a different wine and explained that this was a bad bottle... we weâre still charged full price for 3 glasses! They disagreed with us. Will not return.. very disappointed, despite decent food... definitely never have been the friendliest to Americans... but we overlooked because we liked the food... wonât be returning Dear customer,we are sorry for the inconvenience. But you have to understand, that the wine was not bad, it just wasn't your taste. The three glasses came from two different bottles. Either both of them are bad bottles or none. But as we tried the second bottle ourselves after your complaint, we can assure, that it wasn't a bad bottle. We never had any complaints regarding this wine. If you order wine, you can ask for a small sample before getting a whole glass. We happily bring you a sip of wine to taste, so that such things don't happen. I guess it is understandable that we can't take everything from the bill that someone dislikes as tastes are different.
4 based on 383 reviews
Popped in for lunch after enjoying the weekend market. They have outdoor and indoor seating. I ordered the Eisbein pork Knuckle which came with a huge dollop of mashed potatoes and sauerkraut. I enjoy my food as well as the beer.
4 based on 72 reviews
Service ***** (5 Star)Food ***** (5 Star)Atmosphere ***** (5 Star)Value ***** (5 Star)Delicious French food with exceptional service. Wine selection was great. I felt like a French Princess eating at La Galopin. Great restaurant!
4 based on 17 reviews
tradition Hotel since 150 years. Enjoy a pampering weekend in our 3-star superior country hotel with tradition, which is already more than 150 years of family ownership, in Kaiserslautern highest-altitude district Dansenberg, in the Palatinate Forest. Our
A restaurant off the beaten path, but only a few minutes from the congested downtown area (parking on site). The menu is German, but the creative presentations and quality are well above average. Case in point -the Zanderfliet is three thick fish filets on sauerkraut with a potato cake atop of each with an excellent, mild sauce - baked. It may sound like an odd combination, but every bite melts in your mouth. The so-called Schnitzel is composed of two thin cut pork slices rolled and stuffed with cheeses and herds, then coated with a thin batter and baked. Presented with a white sauce and thin egg noodles. Outstanding! Every meal includes their unique salad bar with 10 or 12 various salads and sliced vegetables - cucumbers, lettuces, beets, carrots, slaw, cabbage salads, pine nuts and two different dressing for your choosing. The whole experience is excellent. Have eaten there three times in the past month and will be returning to try more of their menu. Just a tidbit higher then other local German restaurants, but not over-priced and well worth every Euro. Super, very friendly service. No English menus. Beware - Sundays all usually booked! Make a reservation. Tired of the same old German food - try Frohlich!
4 based on 189 reviews
This restaurant impressed with its fresh herbs, savory sauces and nuanced flavors. The outdoor courtyard seating had a relaxing ambiance. The food had a high end taste but at a reasonable price. The multilingual waiting staff were welcoming and attentive. 10/10 would recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 126 reviews
Looks like this place is listed 3 or 4 times. I'm adding my review to the iteration with the most reviews. I've only ordered red meat dishes here: rack of lamb, pepper-steak, and chateaubriand. They cook the meat to the perfect temperature. Never over done. Perfect three out of three. The service is good. The staff are very friendly and hard working.I was fortunate to visit in the summer, fantastic weather, outdoor seating. Can't ask for much more. The price is fair, not cheap, but did not feel overpriced at all either.Another review mentioned difficulty parking. One block south, 2 mins walking, there's a huge parking lot. Not sure how the other reviewer could have missed that. The only downside; annoying yanks on skype yelling across the ocean to the person. And popular with army guys in fatigues.
3 based on 72 reviews
Close to downtown Kaiserslautern, it's below the stadium... but surrounded by trees and trails, the Bremerhof is a wonderful place to eat. Offers daily lunch specials, we ate off the regular menu. My husband had Munich goulash... I was tempted by the venison dishes .... but opted for pork strips with onions. Both came with side dishes. We'll be back here often... was already planning what to order before we left.
4 based on 264 reviews
Very traditional German food in ohne of the oldest houses in Kaiserslautern.Outrageous Food !!!One of the best in the area. You can really eat everything and not making anything wrong. Perfect Location if you wanna eat real good traditional German food.
4 based on 12 reviews
If you like food, this is the place you need to find!! Zur Linde has NEVER prepared a bad meal for us. Whether you want fish, turkey, ostrich, or a really good steak, you will not be disappointed at Zur Linde, Schmalenberg, Germany. Now Schmalenberg is a very small hamlet, down curving country, forest roads but the food is worth it! This is a family owned German restaurant. Their customers (very loyal) are locals so they do not have an English menu and they speak very limited English. DO NOT let this deter you! Again, ALL the food is good and my husband complains I'm too picky!! Their salads are superb and we visit them often!
3 based on 44 reviews
Restaurant with regional food
Just a little drive - less than 30 minutes - outside of Kaiserslautern - in the forest with lots of hiking paths right outside of the restaurant. Outstanding pork schnitzel and beautiful, fresh salads. Pricing is lower than in town. Some English on the menus and a bit of English spoken by wait staff - non-German speaking patrons will have no great challenges. Food is excellent here and prepared to order. This is not fast food. I will be eating here regularly since discovering this gem in the Pfalzwald forest. Highly recommended.
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