Find out what European restaurants to try in Augustusburg including Restaurant "Baronka", Franklin Hofmann Gaststatte und Rossfleischerei, Panoramarestaurant Rost's Wiesen, alexxanders, Goldener Hahn, Bornwaldschaenke, Schalom Restaurant, Kellerhaus Chemnitz, Miramar, Restaurant Villa Esche
4 based on 59 reviews
The "Remise", or carriage-house, of the monstrously rich stocking-knitter Herbert Esche, who used his industrialist's fortune to build a villa overlooking Chemnitz (what four generations before him had saved, he spent on the house, as our guide put it, and my heavens, does it ever show!), is now a restaurant -- and, I believe, houses the kitchen from which events at the villa, now a museum, are catered. Jugendstil / Art Nouveau architecture and decoration interest us, and so we arranged to visit the villa. Afterward, for convenience' sake, we stopped in at the restaurant. Our table, reserved with a head-through-the-door few words on our way between car park and villa entrance, was on the cosy first storey, a repurposed loft. The larger, well-lit downstairs room has large windows that give on the villa's park. Both rooms were bright and pleasant. The seating was comfortable. The table held a vase of fresh flowers -- a sprig of eucalyptus, an amaryllis spear. (Anthers not trimmed away... pollen stains on shirtsleeves. **grrrr** That's one point off the service score, then.) The kitchen offered three lunch options: Cheap and cheerful, salmon dumplings with broccoli and oven-baked rice (sold out before 1300, when we sat down, and no wonder, at E6); three-course special (cream of watercress soup, Thai prawns with ginger and coconut, E15); and a wide-ranging -- but not, I thought, so much so as to suggest the deep-freeze -- list of a la carte starter / soup / salad / main-course dishes. My guest had the three-course special and I had a main-course dish (blood sausage stuffed with foie gras, skillet-roasted apple slices, and mashed potatoes, E13). Dinner options include an E50 four-course menu, but you'd want to skip lunch for that, if lunch and dinner portion-control principles are the same. Friendly and just-attentive-enough staff; credit cards accepted; and with drinks and tip we were out the door at E40 between us, having eaten and drunk very, very well as we watched little avalanches from the day before's snowfall thunder down the eaves and past the windows. If I were a businessman in Chemnitz I'd never take a guest anywhere else.
4 based on 203 reviews
It is really a gem! Inside the park with a great view and a setting that combines socialist nostalgia with a great friendly family meeting. Full menu having lots of local delicacies and something for every taste, Good for families, friendly gatherings, romantic dinners. Fair prices and a list of drinks missing nothing. Definitely a place to visit more than once if you are in Chemnitz. All seasonal German kitchen also available (at this time Pfifferlinge - mushrooms)
4 based on 170 reviews
Came to Chemnitz to visit a friend. HAD to eat here both nights! Amazing food! Good wine! Fabulous sitting outside. A 'do not miss' if visiting Chemnitz.
5 based on 42 reviews
If you are coming to Chemnitz then may I suggest that this is one of the must do things on your list. The food is superb, no wait that doesn't really do it justice.....it's incredible. My only complaint is that I live over 700 miles away.The service is excellent, the spoken English is very good for this part of the world and the two brothers who own the restaurant have their mother cooking in the kitchen.....no wonder the food is so good. This is now one of my favourite restaurants in the world.
Das Restaurant versprÃ¼ht einen netten Charme aus Vorwendezeiten, muss man halt mÃ¶gen. Ich mag es, weil es in die Region passt und nicht so aufgesetzt modern wirkt. AuÃerdem hat das Haus eine lange Tradition und die spÃ¼rt man auch.Die Speisekarte lockt vor allem mit WildspezialitÃ¤ten zu denen KlÃ¶Ãe und Rotkohl gereicht werden.Das ist Essen wirklich hervorragend und der Service aufmerksam. Es gibt mehrere Sorten regionaler Biere.Wer auf Reh, Hirsch und Co steht, der ist hier richtig.
4 based on 30 reviews
The "Goldener Hahn" is a restaurant and B&B in Altenhain, Chemnitz. The cuisine is traditional german and very good. Apparently the tradition of that restaurant dates back all the way to the 18th century. The interior is lovely, it has a beergarden as well. If you stay in Chemnitz don't miss out on the "Goldener Hahn". The prices are very moderate and they also sell breakfast meat from their own butchery. If you like the traditional german cuisine there's after a visit nothing more to ask for. ;)
5 based on 91 reviews
This is the hidden jem of Chemnitz. Roland Keilholz and his Team are doing a wonderful Job preparing the best Quality of dishes in town. Light German cuisine with italian and asian influences. The best meat and fish you get within 50 kilometers. And yet it is not very expensive. You definitely have to go there.
2 based on 14 reviews
I played Minigolf here with my 5 year old son. We had to deposit 10 Euros and one game cost 5 Euros. The lanes were old and made of wood. Some of the signs were hardly legible. Sometimes there were bumbs preventing a successful hit. The we went with the summer slide track. 5 runs cost 12 Euros. The bumby ride lasts for about 30 seconds. The we wanted to eat lunch. I ordered pasta with salomon and asparagus. My son had the fried potatoes. His ration was rather small. My meal did not contain any asparagus at first. The friendly waitress brought the asparagus on an extra plate and said the chef is still sleeping. The taste was nothing spectacular. Actually I would not recommend that dish to anyone. While writing this review I realized that three stars would be too many for this location.It's still a good place for kids with little value for your money.
4 based on 199 reviews
We have been visiting Hofmann's Rossschlaechterei when we were kids, money was tight and our single mom bought meat here frequently. This was our first visit back in last 15 years and we were delighted to enjoy fabulous home made German food. Having travelled extensively and taking foreign guests to the Oktoberfest etc I have to say Franklin's is way better than the touristy places and on par with good home made food restaurants. For starters we had horse carpaccio which had a very refreshing pure taste. Mains were Roulade with Green Potato Dumpling , one of my childhood favorites. The red cabbage was excellent , fresh, not overcooked with a slight crisp. My brother had horse Schnitzel which was baked in butter, the way it has to be made. All in all excellent , I took some smoked horse sausage home to Tokyo. Very onexpensive by intl standards.
Wir waren Sonntags zum Mittagessen hier, hatten zum GlÃ¼ck reserviert ansonsten hat man erst nach 14.00 uhr eine chance dranzukommen, es wurden viele gÃ¤ste abgewiesen, obwohl platz war, die eine kellnerin war Ã¼berfordert, jedoch sehr freundlich und schnell. Das essen war sehr lecker und preiswert, aber es ist mit einer wartezeit von mindestens einer stunde zu rechnen, die kÃ¼che ist Ã¼berlastet, weil ja alles auch frisch gekocht wird. ansonsten waren die portionen sehr reichlich, viele gÃ¤ste lieÃen sich den rest einpacken.
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