Find out what Central European restaurants to try in Sankt Augustin. Sankt Augustin is a town in the Rhein-Sieg district, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is named after the patron saint of the Divine Word Missionaries, Saint Augustine of Hippo (354-430). The Missionaries established a monastery near the current city centre in 1913. Sankt Augustin is situated about eight km north-east of Bonn and three km south-west of Siegburg.
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3 based on 114 reviews
We randomly decided to go to Siegburg for the afternoon and were not sure where to eat or what to do. I checked Trip Advisor and read a review of the Siegburger Brauhaus, so we went there and it was fairly empty, so we were pleasantly surprised by how delicious our soup and beer were. The speck pancakes were a bit dense, but still so yummy, the herring was quite good. Very good food, service, and beer.
4 based on 50 reviews
If you like to have a good evening with your friends or just lunch with your family, this is the place to be.The menu is changing regularly, so that you can enjoy and explore the menu month by month.Best choice in the city center of Troisdorf.
4 based on 39 reviews
Our party of six decided to have dinner in Siegburg one evening, and after doing some homework we booked a table at the Kaiserhof Brasserie. As it was a very German restaurant in a very German village, I had suspected that the menu would only be in German, so before leaving England I copied their menu down and wrote a translation next to it. At the restaurant this was extremely useful as the menu was in fact only in German and the waitress didnât speak much of anything else either (though she was VERY pleasant and smiling). The menu was extensive and interesting, and most of us ended up having either meat or pasta. Having had a late lunch, we didnât have space for dessert, but everybody made the right noises and sounded very pleased with their dishes. The atmosphere was pleasant too, and prices were reasonable. Recommended!
4 based on 21 reviews
Wir hatten auf der sehr schÃ¶nen Terrasse gesessen und Kalbschnitzel paniert mit Pommes Frites und gemischtem Salat gegessen. Bei den Pommes kann man wÃ¤hlen, ob man statt normaler Pommes solche aus SÃ¼Ãkartoffeln mÃ¶chte. Bei dem Salat hat man die Auswahl zwischen drei Saucen, Housedressing, Joghurt oder Essig und Ãl.Meine Frau hatte das Nudelnest.Vorab gab es Brot mit einem Curry-Feigen Dipp, der super schmeckte.Das gesamte Essen war sehr lecker und tadellos. Die Terrasse, unter alten Eichen gelegen, hat eine wunderschÃ¶ne AtmosphÃ¤re mit Blick auf die Landebahn.Insgesamt ein wunderschÃ¶ner und stimmungsvoller Abend, den wir gerne wiederholen und nur empfehlen kÃ¶nnen.Vielen Dank an das ganze Team, das sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit ist.
4 based on 34 reviews
Nice place and good food. Fair price and awesome attendance. Menu only in German, but the staff are ready to help and translate it.
4 based on 224 reviews
It is not expected to be found such a nice small restaurant in a hidden alley of Bonn!!! A really nice surprise...Sea food but also meat is served at the place I was with a big group and everything seemed week cooked and all my group enjoy it.The fillet looked amazing as also the entrants of lentils soup... I had the "surprise menu" that had a kalamari first plate and a chicken fillet a SA second ... very well cooked.. Everything nice in a nice atmosphere... in respect to wine we had a German Pinot grizio (!!!!) tasting as bizzar as it sounds!! I am not aware of the price yet I heard it's expensive... I can only recommend it as a nice surprise to the otherwise mediocre restaurants of Bonn ...
5 based on 112 reviews
Felix Kaspar is an amazing chef with incredible innovation. The explosion of tastes in the mouth, coupled with amazing presentational skills, renders a dinner at this restaurant an experience above all other michelin starred restaurants in Bonn. Being a relatively new addition to the scene, there are still some teething pains that will no doubt be fixed as the restaurant matures. One issue was the unacceptably long wait between each course and the next; the whole meal lasted five whole hours - possibly a sign of an understaffed kitchen that day! We skipped the petit fours at the end since we could no longer stay seated... Nonetheless, I have no doubt that the second Michelin star is forthcoming sooner rather than later.
4 based on 76 reviews
My wife and I spent the day in Siegburg in December and could not find a restaurant to our liking. We stumbled upon Peperoni, which was a little off the beaten path. Our visit to the restaurant produced a pleasing dining experience. Peperoni serves both Italian and German food. The salads are fresh and the main courses are large and flavorable. If in Siegburg again, I would return to Peperoni.
4 based on 122 reviews
Spending one night close to the airport KÃ¶ln/Bonn we came to this restaurant after having a look at TA reviews.We enjoyed a good dinner for a correct amount of money spent: aperitif/Hugo,open white and red wine, espresso....with two main dishes and one appetizer for 80 Euros.Amuse-bouche was complimentary and tasted nice: home made bread with an innovative spread.The Argentinian beef with fried onions was delicious as well as the fish fillet:"cabillaud" with tomato risotto and green asparagus.The restaurant is located in a quiet surrounding, no problem to find a parking place.Better call for a reservation to be sure to have a table.Compliments also for the quick and friendly service.
4 based on 205 reviews
This was my second visit here. Both times the food was truly amazing. The bread starter and dips was out of this world - especially the beetroot dip. Followed by an amazing mixed platter i would dine here every night if i lived in Siegburg.Certainly one of my most favorite restaurants when traveling.
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