Find out what European restaurants to try in Lahnstein. Lahnstein (German pronunciation: [ˈlaːnʃtaɪn]) is a verband-free town of Rhein-Lahn-Kreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is situated at the confluence of the Lahn River with the Rhine, approximately 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south of Koblenz. Lahnstein was created in 1969 by the merger of the previously independent towns of Oberlahnstein (or Upper Lahnstein) on the south side of the Lahn (above the river mouth) and Niederlahnstein on the north side (below the river mouth).
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4 based on 294 reviews
With so many good Italian restaurant s in a small town, it can hard to differentiate between good and great! This is an authentic atmospheric Italian, which serves great food with a smile and with value for money appeal. Try this place, you will not be disappointed.
4 based on 123 reviews
We chose this restaurant purely because it wasn't overcrowded like everywhere else during the Rhine in Flames festival. The tables are well spaced out. Because they were expecting high volume, they had a very limited menu, both food and drinks. The staff were very friendly and helpful, the prices a little expensive and the food average. We were particularly amused, when my husband ordered a dessert, to find a little tiny, baby-sized, oblong of sorbet in the middle of a tiny dish... in fact, even a baby would have been demanding more...!! Had we not wanted to find somewhere quiet, I probably would not have chosen this restaurant, but, if that's your aim, it's your place. If not, and you have a healthy appetite, go elsewhere.
4 based on 262 reviews
Restaurant is right across the street from the train station, so it's very convenient when traveling about the Rhine valley. My husband had a normal dish with chicken, cheese, pineapples, and potato croquettes. He said it was pretty good. Unfortunately, there were vastly fewer options for me as someone with Celiac Disease. Trip Advisor lists gluten-free options under the cuisine type, and I really wish they would remove it. Literally the only option for me was salad, though the cook did grill some chicken for me in what I assume was a safe manner because I didn't get sick. It was a nice salad, and I would have been perfectly happy with it if I hadn't been expecting more choice. Salads are kind of par for the course in the Celiac game, but I got my hopes up, I think.If you don't have dietary restrictions, this would be a really good and convenient place to stop and eat. Though it's close to the train station, the clientele seemed local and the food all looked and smelled really tasty. That's why I gave it a "very good" rating even though my review sounds really cranky. The salad really was very tasty.
4 based on 233 reviews
Hidden gem at the side of the river. Would never had thought that this was a restaurant if not for TripAdvisor and Google. Yay to the power of the internet. Had it not been for that, this gem would have gone undiscovered.First off, the seating area is above the kitchen and with full glass covering the place, it is bright and cozy place that allows for a stunning view of the river and the bank across.Secondly, going there before the lunch crowd was a plus as it allowed us the freedom to move around and take pictures as we liked.Drinks here were a bit more pricey as compared to the other places we've eaten at, but it is to be expected. The food portion tho looking small/little, was filling and tasty.Recommend this place for a romantic dinner or special occasion. Give this place a try if you want to just sit and admire the river in shaded comfort as boats go by.
4 based on 67 reviews
I have been to this location at least 5 times because my partner likes its convenience to the Globus and others stores in Lahnstein. The last visit was in late May 2015. In the past, I have sat both inside and in the winter-garden. And I have also eaten both lunch and dinner at this restaurant.The location is OK. The Restaurant and Pizzeria is located in the middle of the block on AdolfstraÃe in Lahnstein. The location is convenient for those in Lahnstein or for those shopping at or near the Globus in Lahnstein.On almost every visit, we were friendly greeted by the owner or waiter/waitress, as we arrived. However, on one occasion as we arrived, we asked if we could sit in the winter-garden and the waitress disappeared for a while without saying a word. She just left us standing there at the entrance. Then finally, she came back and escorted us to a table in the winter-garden.The restaurant is decorated with a somewhat Italian motif. The tables are nicely decorated with a table cloth, a candle, and cloth napkins (which I prefer over cloth). In the winter to keep the cold air out, they have a curtain that hangs inside the doorway. Both inside seating and seating in the winter-garden is tight. When the tables are full with people, both inside and in winter-garden there isnât much space between tables. In fact, when the tables are full with people, it is chair back against chair back. It would NOT be a place for a group special occasion. The Menu is easy to read and understand. Plus, salads, soups, and vegetarian meals are also available. The food is sometime OK and other times not. Prices are above average, fair and the portions are appropriate. On my last visit, I had the Schnitzel with salad and fries. Substitutions of another type of potato or rice for the fries, is possible. While the food came hot and together, as it should be, my schnitzel on my last visit was dry and hard. So, unfortunately I can NOT recommend the Schnitzel. However, I can recommend the Tomato Soup, Salami Pizza, Spaghetti, and Tortellini, which I have had in the past. Despite the food not always having the best taste, the place is always busy. Noise level can be quite loud both inside and outside, since there is little material in the floor, wall or ceiling to absorb the sounds.During one visit there were small gnats flying around our table in the winter-garden. We mentioned it to the owner and at the time he did little to correct the problem. However, on subsequent visits the gnats were gone.As a mentioned, one can either sit inside or in the winter-garden. In the winter-garden the area is covered by a retractable roof. Because it does get warm sometimes in the winter-garden, one can request that it be retracted. Some parts of the restaurant need renovation, repair, or replaced. The outside winter-garden ceiling blinds were bent and look broken. The winter-garden ceiling glass/plexiglas looks dirty. Unfortunately, the optical view of these items has an influence on the atmosphere, the taste of ones meal, and therefore they detract from ones overall eating experience. We are always friendly wished a pleasant day, as we pay the bill and are offered a Grappa before leaving the restaurant.This Restaurant and Pizzeria has its own Internet page, which is very well organized and informative with an On-line Menu. However the internet page is only in German. There is no parking lot, so one has to go hunting for a parking spot on the street or down the street. Depending on where one parks, one may have to pay to park, if they want to pay again to have the privilege to eat at this restaurant. Based on taste, price, service, and atmosphere, overall this restaurant receives my low recommendation.
4 based on 104 reviews
The Winzerhaus is a delightful German gasthaus! Wonderful food, not pretentious, and very warm and welcoming. With just three nights in Oberlahnstein and having eaten there the first night, we loved the food, service and atmosphere so much that we returned for our next two nights. The schnitzels we had were all outstanding! If they have a venison stew, by all means, try it; it will be tasty and tender. The other customers were middle age and upwards in age; so if you are in your 20's and "looking for some action", go elsewhere. But if you want to experience a traditional German gasthaus with great food, this is the place to go! With the other customers enjoying themselves so much, you are bound to do the same!
4 based on 248 reviews
Maximilian's can accommodate some 1500 people if you take into account the seating both inside and out so getting a table isn't usually a problem. Despite the size of the place the service was fast and friendly, with English menus available. The food we found to be very good as was the beer, especially the alcohol free pils on tap. The atmosphere was terrific and you can watch the river traffic on the Rhine as you feast on pork knuckle.
4 based on 267 reviews
Probably the best restaurant (at reasonable prices) in Coblence. Excellent service as well. Menus in English are available and the waiters speak English as well.
4 based on 297 reviews
An excellent restaurant and worth seeking out (not in the best part of Koblenz). Genuine, tasty Greek food in stylish surroundings, good service and complementary Ouzo and Cherry liqueur.
Weinbistro,Restaurant, Familien,-Firmenfeiern, Events bis zu 80 SitzplÃ¤tze im Restaurant 60 SitzplÃ¤tze im Bistro und 120 SitzplÃ¤tze im Garten
Sat down here at 8pm on a Saturday evening. It was quite busy. It was difficult to get attention, you had to chase a waitress rather than them coming to you.Ordered drinks, starter and main course. Drinks came fairly quickly. Starter arrived at 8.30pm. Then we sat until 9.30pm with no food. We were sat next to a group of 4. The 1st diner had finished his meal before the 4th diner had got their food. At 9.30 I asked where the food was and I was told 'We only have a small kitchen'. I don't class myself as a business genius but the obvious answer is have less tables. Waitresses seem to be coming out with just one plate at a time.At 9.40 after waiting 1 hour 10 minutes for my meal, I paid for my drinks and left.Wild horses wouldn't drag me back there.
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