Best German restaurants nearby. Discover the best German food in Breisach am Rhein. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for German restaurants near you.. Breisach (formerly Altbreisach) is a town with approximately 16,500 inhabitants, situated along the Rhine in the Rhine Valley, in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, about halfway between Freiburg and Colmar — 20 kilometres away from each — and about 60 kilometres north of Basel near the Kaiserstuhl. A bridge leads over the Rhine to Neuf-Brisach, Alsace.
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4 based on 10 reviews
Ich liebe solche PlÃ¤tze. Regionale Produkte in bester BioqualitÃ¤t die hier alle super lecker waren! Und ein nettes Bistro integriert. Hier haben wir ganz tolle Salate und sehr leckeren Kuchen gegessen. Dazu gab es Kaffee und feine Limonade. Ganz liebe, hilfsbereite und kompetente Mitarbeiter und eine grandiose AtmosphÃ¤re in bester Lage.Hier sollte man unbedingt hin und einkaufen!
3 based on 54 reviews
We were for lunch on a Monday in restaurant just beside of the "Marktplatz". It took a while to order the drinks and food and took even longer until the food arrived... the menu was "lasagne bolognese" fresh and well prepared and on the other hand "cheese spÃ¤tzle", I personally had some really bad digestive problems after the "SpÃ¤tzle", don't know why but it ended up with diarrhea :(
3 based on 39 reviews
A pleasant experience on the way to St. Stephan's Church. Sit inside or outside on a flower decorated patio. Easy walk from the Rhein where the river cruise boats dock. The food is excellent and the desserts are to die for. Try the Black Forest cherry chocolate cake.
4 based on 24 reviews
Several friends had recommended this little restaurant on the outskirts of Breisach; and today we had our first (and definitely not last) meal there. There were five of us, and everyone loved his or her choice, the food straightforward and delicious, the portions generous. The decor is modern without frills but with fresh flowers on window sills and on every table. In summer there are tables under trees. Parking is easy.A little jewel well worth looking for.
4 based on 43 reviews
Eine gemÃ¼tliche Gaststube, wo sich noch die Ã¤lteren Herren des Ortes treffen. Das hat mir gefallen. Hier wird noch richtig traditionell gekocht. Das Rumpsteak war sehr gut und die Maultaschen kÃ¶stlich. Sehr freundlicher und zuvorkommender Service. Ich freue mich schon auf den nÃ¤chsten Besuch.
4 based on 41 reviews
Had the freshest salad with grilled porcini mushrooms and topped with an egg for 1 meal, then a wonderful pumpkin soup and beef bourguignon paired with pinot noir. Excellent! Breads are homemade, as are the breakfast jams.Dear SandraBaja, thank you very much for your really kind comment and your great rating. It will be a pleasure for us to welcome you again in our Kapuzinergarten.Best wishes, Engelbert Hau
3 based on 198 reviews
We had a lunch at this large German restaurant as part of a hiking tour. The food was well-prepared. And like many German restaurants, it was more than ample. Indeed, the portions were overwhelming. The restaurant's location along the Rhine was very good, but you could not see the river from inside where we sat.
4 based on 85 reviews
This review is aimed at (a) those who are on a Rhine river-boat cruise; (b) those whose boat makes a stop at Briesach long enough to linger ashore; and (c) those who wish to "go native" and eat off the boat.If you fit the criteria above, do have dinner at Kaiserstuhler Hof, a leisurely 15-minute walk from the town's docking area to Richard Muller Strasse, where the family-owned hotel/restaurant takes pride of place. But don't linger too long if you're going there for dinner: it takes a special pleading--at least in the dead of the winter--to keep the kitchen open after 8!My wife and I knocked at the door a minute or so after eight, hungry and wet. The owner answered our knock and plea for food and ushered us into the weinstube (the main dining room had closed), a warm and friendly space decorated for the holiday season. The one waitress spoke English (thank goodness) and was kindness personified. The chef offered us an amuse--a meat terrine--before we ordered dinner: a thick slab of goose-liver pate (shared), pot roast with horseradish sauce (for me) and a tender, panfried veal chop (for my wife). Togther with tip and a good bottle of Franz Anton merlot, the most reasonable tab came to 106 Euros.Our visit could not have been more pleasant: The food, ambiance, and service were exemplary. I recommend the Kaiswerstuhler Hof Restaurant without reservation.
4 based on 192 reviews
Pizzeria Rustica's new location (I think they used to be next door if I'm not mistaken) is in a fully restored old barn/warehouse, and is a beautiful, open and airy space. The main room is large and can get noisy when crowded, but there is also a nice smaller room through the interior sliding barn door that we prefer. It also has a very large terrace with a LOT of seating, however, it lacks ambiance and is really just a concrete patio. Some additional landscaping/potted plants, etc., would soften the terrace.The food itself is excellent, and provided in reasonable quantities. We've eaten at many pizzerias and Italian restaurants throughout Germany over 15 years of traveling there, and this ranks up there as one of the best for food in my opinion. Service was attentive and professional and we had no complaints on any of our several visits.The location itself is just outside the old town, and is a short and easy walk from most of the old town/center hotels. There is also plenty of free parking in their (smallish) lot and on the streets nearby.
4 based on 112 reviews
Wir haben Betriebsferien vom 22.01.bis 22.02.2018 Wir bedanken uns bei allen GÃ¤sten und freuen uns auf die neue Saison. Viele GrÃ¼Ãe Euer Cafe Etoile Team
A marvellous place to eat or have a drink on the stylish terrace on the edge of the upper town walls with views over the Rhine and to the Voges beyond. Very helpful (English speaking) staff. A choice of tapas or light meals, so you can eat as much or as little as you want. Do go!
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