Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Oldenburg. Oldenburg (German pronunciation: [ˈɔldn̩bʊʁk] ( listen)) is an independent city in the district of Oldenburg in the state of Lower Saxony, Germany. The city is officially named Oldenburg (Oldb) (Oldenburg in Oldenburg) to distinguish from Oldenburg in Holstein.
Things to do in Oldenburg
3 based on 63 reviews
If you want to enjoy freshly prepared, Spanish-inspired food, or just want to drink a fine wine, a coffee or a glass of beer: you are very welcome! You will feel at home in the historical, nearly 500 years old cellar directly opposite the Oldenburg Town H
We had a business diner over there and had several different types of Tapas. The types we tried was good, very nice. The wine, a Crianza, was also good. The ambiance was surprisingly nice, going into a shopping to get to the restaurant didn't appear inviting but once inside the restaurant looked fine. It is a bit pricy but not too. All in all an nice restaurant
3 based on 102 reviews
I like the atmosphere in this old house and the classy german-pizzeria-style. Too bad the food does not really meet expectations. Starters ( bruschetta ) were strange bread with some tomaties on it. The ingredients of the pizza were poor quality - taste still ok. Open wines had nothing appealing - I wonder if the owner is beer drinker or not italian ?
3 based on 210 reviews
Saturday evening after shopping. We popped in to see if we were lucky and got a table for 2 in front of the toilet with 30cm for people walking through :-(The place is so crowded, hectic and warm but waiters manage to be friendly and extremely professional under these conditions. Our pizza was really good. Thin and somewhat crispy with great taste and fresh ingredients. Probably hard to find a quiet time for a romantic candle light but it is fast, fresh and friendly !
4 based on 24 reviews
at my stay in Germany Oldenburg, we always stop in this restaurant, good food and service, not too expensive and at the end a Slivowitz
4 based on 37 reviews
Topas ist so eine Mischung von Steak House und Balkanrestaurant. Umfangreiche Speisekarte, Portionen gross.Hatten Schweinefilet Vjesalica, Zaziki, Cordon Bleu, Fitness Pfanne, Cevapcici. Essen nichts besonderes, etwas fettig. Fleisch etwas zu zÃ¤h, Bohnen zu hart.Preise ok.Was beim Schweinefilet das âVjesalicaâ eigentlich bedeutet, konnte oder wollte das Personal nicht erklÃ¤ren.
4 based on 126 reviews
The place is big and can not be missed. At first it is confusing to how to get in. We finally managed that and sat a table , and when nobody showed up, we asked a waitress for the menuShe said that you had to place your order at one of their food stations. You need to get a card. line up no one then you go to the station and one more line up. then you are given some contraptionand return back to where you sit and then eventually it rings and you go to your last line up to get your food and at last one more line up to pay for what you have consumed. The food in quite ordinary. we had pizza .
4 based on 56 reviews
We waited for more than half an hour from we were given the menus till someone came to take our orders. It was not until we blew out the candle on our table and prepared to leave, a waiter turned up. We had a meat dish and a pasta dish. The one who had the meat dish was very satisfied, the two of us who had the pasta dish were not too happy. Lots of pasta and not so much chicken. The waiter who finally turned up, was really nice though.
4 based on 82 reviews
Went to the Sasso last week with my family. At the beginning everything was fine; the service was friendly and swift. Soon after, though, the place suddenly got much more crowded (not surprisingly on the long weekend around the first of May) and it seems the staff couldn't really handle that. The restaurant allowed groups of guests in with people who each had already drunk a few beers already, apparently; they made quite a bit of noise and when someone from our group told the waiter about this and asked whether he could tell them to reduce their noise level, the waiter said that he cannot do this, as it's an openly accessible restaurant. We thought this was a rather weird behaviour and he was probably rather looking after the other groups' larger bills. Waiting staff didn't show up anymore and we had to ask twice to get the bill, after a long wait. The second negative point is that the restaurant is no longer that cosy after renovation & enlargement; it has rather a metropolitan / cool atmosphere which may be OK for a lunch or a business dinner, but I wouldn't go there for a private dinner. There wasn't much to criticize about the food, although it didn't have any highlights, either. Anyway, there are better restaurants in Oldenburg.
4 based on 89 reviews
Bitte Ãffnungszeiten aktualisieren: Montag bis Freitag 17:30 Uhr bis open End Samstag, Sonntag und Feiertage ab 09:30 Uhr bis open End Auf Anfrage auch gerne ausserhalb der Ãffnungszeiten Bitte auch das Bild Ã¤ndern. Danke
Went to the Phoenix restaurant for the second time today, for a family birthday. As great as last time - friendly and swift staff, a nice menu and great & tasty food (also good vegetarian choice), nice atmosphere as well. Prices are a bit on the high side for Oldenburg, but it's worth it (surely not overpriced)! Would really recommend this restaurant; 10 mins walk from the center of the city.
4 based on 202 reviews
The team at Bestial is friendly and attentive.It is well located right by the former city walls of Oldenburg, opposite the "Staatstheater" and offers both inside and outside seating. Their chef experiments with unusual flavour and combinations. I would say that their forte are home made pastas. My "coconut kiss" alcohol free cocktail was a touch too sweet for me, but that was to be expected.My attempt at constructive criticism on my meal (home made pasta with fried liver and pear) was accepted and we received grappa on the house from their friendly staff.Despite some shortcomings I enjoyed the visit and would recommend this place.
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