Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Ahrensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany including Berlin Milljoh, Le Delizie, Kroatien Restaurant Mediterraneo, Restaurant Dubrovnik, Tapas & Wein Bar im Parkhotel Ahrensburg, Rhodos
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3 based on 17 reviews
I've been there many times when visiting the German colleagues in Ahrensburg, I'm just writing now my comments, reporting that's a very good greek restaurant with absolutely reasonable prices, and it's definitively recommended if you want to enjoy this kind of food.
3 based on 37 reviews
This fine restaurant is part of the Park Hotel across from the Ahrensburg Castle, just north of Hamburg. We were a party of three and we enjoyed outstanding service. My Wiener Schnitzel was good, but I had better. The same could be said for the salad. The desert was very fancy the way it was presented. If you want to impress somebody with service and style, then this is the restaurant to visit.
4 based on 10 reviews
Dined here once while staying next door in the Ringhotel Ahrensburg. Dubrovnik appears to be a small local chain of Croatian restaurants. Service seemed a bit slow for a place that was far from busy that evening. The food was decent, but nothing I would go out of my way to have again. Cevapcici were somewhat bland as was my wife's schnitzel with mushrooms. Beer was good, of course.
4 based on 17 reviews
This restaurant is real discovery! They provided us with excellent food served by friendly staff in very nice interior. If you dont have an idea what to choose just ask staff, they will provide you with delicious specialities...Tip: bowling club is also part of the restaurant, so if you are looking for the place to spend some quality time with your friends stop searching :)
4 based on 71 reviews
Very good restaurant with delicious food! Though the restaurant was completely booked the meals came in a proper time.
4 based on 29 reviews
Whenever I visit friends in Ahrensburg I have to satisfy my ex-pat cravings for good German pub food at "Berlin MilljÃ¶h". This time my friend chose the lunch special, Eisbein (pork knuckle) with sauerkraut, and I had my favorite Matjes Hausfrauenart (marinated herring with apple cream sauce - sounds weird, I know, but tastes great!) with Bratkartoffeln: sliced potatoes pan fried with bacon and onions. American adopted German sauerkraut, but, with their passion for bacon, why do they never cook home fries with bacon and onions to make Bratkartoffeln?
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