Reviews on German food in Otterberg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany including Restaurant Zur Krone, Restaurant Blaues Haus, Spinnradl, Gasthaus Kipper Hof, Zur Burg, Flammkuchen Hutte, Brauhaus am Markt, Flammkuche, St. Martin, Ristorante Verica
Things to do in Otterberg
Auch wir sind froh endlich im Ort ein Lokal zu haben wo man gern Stammgast ist.Alles was wir bisher hatten, war sehr lecker und auch der Service war in Ordnung und aufmerksam. Auch das Weihnachtsessen mit Freunden war etwas besonderes.
4 based on 105 reviews
Love this place. Great atmosphere and the food and service is outstanding. My favorite place fit outdoor dining in Kaiserslautern. Great selections of German and European cuisine. Love the schnitzels and wild boar dishes
4 based on 59 reviews
Had dinner there with my wife and daughter. Flammkuchen is like a flat bread and you can use many different toppings. The food was very good and the dessert apple Flammkuchen was extraordinary and a new experience for us. The owner was a most delightful fellow. Gave us lots of information as to where to go and what to see in the area,. Recommended other restaurants that we found to be excellent as well. The food is great and we liked the place very much. If you want a different type of dining experience, then try this place. I recommend it .
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 84 reviews
This restaurant has interesting interior and very comfortable and quiet Biergarten. Staff speaks perfectly English and is very friendly, service is fast. Flammkuchen is Flammkuchen, nothing more, nothing less. I couldn't complain. I enjoyed evening there and I am sure I will come back.
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 39 reviews
The Kipperhof was a great way to top off our visit to Germany. We had dinner here with family and friends, and totally pleased with everything. The atmosphere, food, and service was impeccable. We were welcomed with warm and open arms, and it was well worth the price. This will be on our list for a return visit.
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.
3 based on 31 reviews
Does not get mucn better than this little hide adway in the cross roads town of Otterberg. Well portioned meals with a nice twist on Traditional German fare. Go early and get a fsble along the wall and watch the locals playing cardsnas the world moves zlong at a nice slow pace.
4 based on 59 reviews
This is a delightful restaurant in the town square in historic Otterberg, Germany. The restaurant is family run. The menus are in German but the servers are friendly and can translate the menu. We generally ordered pizza but the pasta is great too, and the salads are good. This place has lots of room inside but the best place to eat is outdoors during the warm summer months. The father is especially witty and fun. Once when our daughters were visiting, my daughter ordered a beer and he asked if she wanted a big one? She said yes and he brought her a half full 3 L glass boot of beer as a joke! Her sister had to help her drink it. This restaurant sits next to a 10th century church and the restaurant itself was built in the 1700's. There is a fountain in the square where children often play and lots of people just enjoy a beer or wine in the patio. Some reviews complain that the service is slow, but most restaurants in Germany especially in small towns have very few servers. If visiting from the US, initially you may find this annoying, but generally the tables are yours for the entire night, so they expect you to sit and relax. Once you get use to the pace, going back to the US hurried dinners and the turn over of tables, one may find dining not as pleasant as it is in Germany. Also, you must ask for the bill because it is regarded as rude for them to assume you are done by bring you the bill. We will miss this beautiful restaurant as we head back to the states.
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