Reviews on Central European food in Altenkirchen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany including GaesteHaus Klaus Erfort, Weberstubchen, Spinnradl, Hammerle"s Restaurant, Andreas Stube, Zum Stiefel, La Bastille, Grafinthaler Hof, Hotel Restaurant Kunz, Julien
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 81 reviews
Recently, I was lucky enough to eat here three times whilst staying at the hotel on business - twice in the lovely restaurant and the other time for a business buffet. I must say I really like the food that comes out of the Kunz kitchens. Most memorable for me were the roast beef (buffet) which I thought was absolutely exceptional and the foie gras starter (restaurant) which melted in the mouth and was completely delicious. The staff and service delightful as always.
4 based on 68 reviews
Nicely appointed beer garden, very friendly staff, tender meat, fresh vegetables - do I need to write more? We discovered this by accident and were very happy about it. This restaurant has been rated by guide michelin and we think its worth the short drive from Saarbrucken....this is now our first choice after our horseback adventures at the nearby Stone Hill Ranch.
4 based on 148 reviews
The food is traditional saarland style. The Dibbelabbes is a must try although it is quite expensive considering the ingredients are just some basic stuff plus flour...Good spot for junk food if you love fried food...Ambience is nice and service is good. Overall perhaps better for a drink than a full on dinner. Better to go in summer where it is nicer to sit outside.
4 based on 565 reviews
...serving local food and a pretty good beer. Despite service is very good, food was average to good, thus we likely would go next time and try another restaurant, since there are plenty available around same place.
4 based on 92 reviews
It's a very charming little Gasthaus that i went to a lot, and every meal i ever had was exquisite, and they make everything fresh. Definitely a Gasthaus to visit when in Landstuhl.
We made reservations and enjoyed dinner here last week. The food was wonderful and came out quickly. I loved the salad and the schnitzel was very tender. I got the rham schnitzel with spaetzle and enjoyed every bite.
5 based on 123 reviews
They are doing everything right here. Location, service, food, originality, details, price /quality ratio. Good wine recommendations too. I was so impressed. These are people who take their work seriously. They deserved to get the Michelin star and I will definately go again.
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 162 reviews
A butcher owns this place and you can really tell, the meats are fabulous. The rump steak with dark beer sauce is to die for. The setting is small so do make a reservation.
4 based on 252 reviews
Going to a 3* Michelin restaurant, expectations are high. This review relates our personal experiences this particular evening 21 July 2015, which fell dramatically short of our expectations. When we parked the car outside the nearby hotel where we were going to stay, temperature showed 34 degrees. We figured that a place like this would have air conditioning and dressed quite formally. However, this evening the dinner was served in the garden for all guests, no choice given. Itâs a beautiful garden, but much of the magic of the service setting is lost. Our amuse-bouches were served in gazing sun that was still on the table, despite the parasols. After a few hours, the temperature was quite pleasant but it was really too hot to enjoy fully during the first part. Throughout the dinner we had to fight against a wasp and a few flies, also interested in our food.We went for the full degustation menu at 195 euro. However, none of the 8 dishes were up to the standard of the promising amuses-bouches and there were no more extra dishes until the final sucreries, also quite impressive. The total amount of food was quite right in the end. Each dish was the piece of art you expect, but the tasting sensations were never beyond quite good. The meat in main course, duck breast, was a real disappointment even though it seemed cooked to perfection. I had high expectations for the first dessert, RhabarbermÃ¼sli, but I actually didn't realize I had it until the second one came. I thought the white fluffy stuff with some berries â with just a hint of rhubarb and no crunchiness, and much too similar to the second one â was just a bonus. Red berries were a theme and many of the dishes had a quite pronounced vinegar taste. We took the wine menu, without knowing its price, and it actually turned out be less than expected at 105 euros, with good and interesting wines, but no wows here either. In total you drank enough, but I found it irritating that several times I was served less than my companion and we both less than at the neighbouring table. The relatively young personnel didnât do any real errors, but lacked in the soft speak and finesse that you expect from a restaurant of this kind. I guess the whole evening was a big challenge for them, having to run the extra steps into the garden, and it showed in the broken rhythm of our meal. Maybe we were just unlucky this evening, but what should be characteristic for a 3 star is a consistent quality. I agree with another reviewer: one star and half the price would be appropriate.
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