Find out what Central European restaurants to try in St. Peter im Schwarzwald including Buergerstueble, Gasthof Zum Kreuz, Berggasthaus Kandelhof, Buschstuble, Zum Storchen, Gasthaus Schlegelhof, Rebstock Simonswald, Gasthof Hirschen, Landgasthaus Gruener Baum, Zum goldenen Engel
Things to do in St. Peter im Schwarzwald
4 based on 78 reviews
Situated in the centre of a picture-post-card village, owners of Zum Goldenen Engel have spent the past 500 years polishing their craft and they've not wasted their time! It's everything you'd want a Schwarzwald hotel to be - architecturally timeless; staff in local costume providing professional service; interiors rooms taken from every fairy-story book you've ever read; and located in some of Europe's most beautiful countryside. We have stayed here on a number of occasions and have enjoyed splendid rooms, each with a small balcony overlooking the village, and furnished to a very high modern standard. In the evening, the dining room is a centre for local people which gives it the jovial atmosphere of a medieval tavern. Most of the staff speak little or no English but one or two speak very fluently so translation is never a problem. Do yourselves a massive favour and have dinner at the hotel. We've always found German food a little bit "beer & sausage" but the Goldenen Engel was a revaluation to us! Cuisine of a high order at realistic prices that will have you trying some very good food there again and again! A great experience that we shall repeat again next year - I would encourage you to do the same.
4 based on 50 reviews
The amuse bouche was unexpected, and great, a carrot chilli cream soupshot. Followed by a seasonal asparagus soup, then spare ribs, done just right. I hadn't had spareribs like that since Dan Marino's at Hooters in Vegas. For dessert I highly recommend the rhubarb and pannacotta with fresh strawberries. Hmmmmm tasty.Oh and there was also a salad the size of a small child... no American side salads here, just a good old fresh salad with a tart vinaigrette. Wonderful. So we had dinner there twice...
4 based on 24 reviews
very good dishes, not your regular fare. trout was good cooked and on the plate- whole. venison with horseradish sauce was really good. local wine is very sweet even their dry.
5 based on 48 reviews
The restaurant at our wonderful Gasthaus Gruner Baum was closed, so we had dinner at the Rebstock. It was a great experience. The young lady who waited on us was delightful and efficient. Our meal was delicious and reasonable priced. The setting was beautiful.
4 based on 63 reviews
We were 6 adults and 2 children, the latter suffering from gluten intolerance. We all got excellent food - some of us tried the 4 course special Schlegelhof menu, others the Easter menu or dishes from the Ã la carte menu. Special attention was given to the children. The staff is very attentative and at the same time personal. You really feel at home. This is a place worth visiting many times.
4 based on 81 reviews
After several meals of amazing German comfort food, we were in need of a little variation. We happened upon this little gem. Although it was extremely crowded, we only had to wait at the bar about 10 minutes before being seated. We had an extremely efficient English speaking waiter who took our order quickly and brough our drinks even quicker. We each ordered a different pizza and all of them were fantastic.The service, food and wine were all fantastic and the price was reasonable. I would highly recommend this restaurant for something a little different.
4 based on 37 reviews
We stayed in Glottertal for a long weekend and ate at this restaurant twice. The food on both occasions was gorgeous, the service fantastic, and even my pigeon German seemed to get us exaclty what we were looking for. The Steaks are divine, and they also do a very good line in 'Forrelle' which is a Trout.Well worth a visit if you are in the area.We were treated with exaclty the same care and attention as the locals who were eating in there.
3 based on 10 reviews
Vorweg: Wir haben hier nicht gegessen!Wir haben aber im Hotel-Restaurant-Cafe Berggasthaus Kandelhof Ã¼bernachtet und sind voll des Lobes.Bereits am Telefon war der Wirt sehr freundlich und freute sich, dass er ein Zimmer vermieten darf. Die Freundlichkeit setzte sich bei unserem Eintreffen fort und auch am nÃ¤chsten Tag wÃ¤hrend des FrÃ¼hstÃ¼cks nahmen wir die positive Art, wie hier mit den GÃ¤sten umgegangen wird, wohlwollend zur Kenntnis.Die UnterkÃ¼nfte des Hauses sind sauber, die Ausstattung einfach. Das Haus erinnert zwangslÃ¤ufig an BerghÃ¼ttenatmosphÃ¤re in unserer Karwendel-Heimat. Daher kommt eine gewisse GemÃ¼tlichkeit auf und wenn der Regen auf das Dach prasselt, hat das Ganze etwas von einer nostalgisch anmutenden, anheimelnden Stimmung.Das FrÃ¼hstÃ¼ck ist Ã¼ppig und daher mehr als ausreichend.Der Preis pro Ãbernachtung und Person entspricht absolut dem Gebotenen und ist mit â¬ 41,10 incl. Kurtaxe fair bemessen. Hinzu kommt noch das FrÃ¼hstÃ¼ck mit â¬ 5,00 pro Person, was als Ã¤uÃerst preiswert zu bezeichnen ist. FAZIT:FÃ¼r Durchreisende mit Abgeschiedenheits- und RuhebedÃ¼rfnis absolut geeignet.
4 based on 23 reviews
We had two breakfasts and one dinner here as part of a 2-day stay and thoroughly enjoyed our meals. Fresh, filling, and tasty food, with a selection of beer, wine, and interesting home-made brandies. Breakfast was cold meats, cheeses, cereal, breads, jams, and fresh fruit, with the option to have fresh-cooked eggs. A healthy, hearty start to a day of touring.
4 based on 43 reviews
In a four night stay in St Peter we went to the restaurant at Burg(er)stuble twice, so that tells most of the story. This restaurant was busy midweek in February with deep snow lying - reinforcing my story. It delivers what you should expect: German food, welcoming environment, clean and tidy facilities, good attentive service, middle price-range.On the first visit, after talking to the staff, I chose a local dish not a million miles away from a creamy pork strogonoffe. Delicious. On the next visit, full of confidence, I chose a local dish just by reading about it: bulky, heavy, dull, unimaginitive (to me). Clearly other people do want this, the fault was mine, I should have asked about it. Lesson: the staff are there to help, just ask.Would I go a third time: Yes.Burg(er)stuble is a guesthouse (it has rooms) not just a restuarant. I bracket the 'er' in its name to avoid any suggestion that it is about burgers (as in McDonalds)!
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