Reviews on European food in Weinheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Weinheim (help·info) is a town in the north west of the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany with 43,000 inhabitants, approximately 15 km (9 mi) north of Heidelberg and 10 km (6 mi) northeast of Mannheim. Together with these cities, it makes up the Rhine-Neckar triangle. It has the nickname "Zwei-Burgen-Stadt", or Two-Castle city ('Burg' means 'fortress'), named after the two fortresses on the hill overlooking the town in the east on the edge of the Odenwald, the Windeck and the Wachenburg. The city of Weinheim with said Wachenburg castle, built by German Student Corps fraternities in the early 1900s, is the location of the annual convention of the Weinheimer Senioren-Convent.
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4 based on 45 reviews
Dining on a weekend in December made for beautiful candlelit atmosphere but also some large family groups filling the restaurant to capacity. My little table for two still received excellent attention from the staff right until the end when they seemed to forget about us just for a while. The food was all quite good, especially the pumpkin bisque soup,a special for the holidays. I also enjoyed the fact they served wine from the local area. All in all a nice dining experience.
4 based on 51 reviews
Went to Platzhirsch with family, great venue, vibrant and welcoming. Good selection of meals - Wednesday was schnitzel night with any schnitzel costong 8.50 Euro. All the meals were well cooked and very tasty. The Marktplatz was being prepared for festival at weekend so tables, seats and marquee were outside, which added to the atmoshere. Will definately go again when in Weinheim, perhaps on Sunday when fondue is on the specials menu.
4 based on 39 reviews
This is so much better than the standard Italian that you can find anywhere - a very well groomed Restaurant, a seriously good selection of wines - the simple glass of Rose fullfilled my expectations, and those are not simple ! and the food is really good. Starting with the pizza ! Fresh and delicious ! And then: a marvellous carpaccio, and everything else several notches above what you can expect at any roadside italian place. I will travel an hour to get to this one every time !
4 based on 57 reviews
Weinheim is quaint & nice, the restaurant is average - the frenchified menu is more germanic in presentation. Ordered the vaunted duckbreast which was OK when warm but tough when lukewarm; obviously the chef wasn't in the kitchen that evening.the town square was interesting, the restaurant so so...
4 based on 41 reviews
This is cosy little cafÃ© with dinner & drinks options. The "CafÃ© Flo" has been around for a long time and is a classic in Weinheim. Service is fast and friendly. Try to sit in the bar room as this is the cosiest part and allows you to interact with incoming guests. Overall a very nice and recommendable option in Weinheim. Do try the great tappas! muy rico!
4 based on 64 reviews
Very good, gourmet restaurant. Quite a tiny menu but changes frequently. Service was fast & friendly. Food served was superb and prices are mid-range. Really love this place. Only "negative" point is that there is no free WiFi for guests - there is a WiFi signal available but as the waiter pointed out "it is only for the boss" .... everything else is just flawless. Just go there for the food :-)The Wifi ist free cause in other Restaurants in Weinheim some people downloaded illegal things and the owner had to pay for it. Anyways thank u for the evaluation.
4 based on 174 reviews
Dined here on a weeknight with a business colleague. The service was decent, the ambiance nice (we sat out in the beer garden), and the good pretty good. The beers, of course, were awesome. The Maibock hit the spot (preferred it over the pilsner and hells). I had the schnitzel platter, which was ok. Two of the three seemed a little under seasoned. Overall, a nice dinner and worth another trip to try a different dish.
4 based on 159 reviews
DEUTSCHE & MEDITERRANE KÃCHE bei gemÃ¼tlichem Ambiente auf zwei Etagen Ob ein Treffen mit Freunden, eine Familienfeier, ein GeschÃ¤ftsessen mit Kollegen oder ein romantisches Dinner zu zweit, unser Restaurant bietet fÃ¼r jeden Anlass den passenden Rahmen. Ge
I was here with my friends from Germany and Ukraine .Food was very tasty . Service very good. When we made order and received wrong side dish and told it to waiter , he immediately without any disccussion changed foods .I ordere duck and it was very tasty .I advice this restaurant to my friends
4 based on 136 reviews
We were looking for a german restaurant and Diebsloch was the closest.Its location is top, just like any cafÃ© and restaurant at Marktplatz. The deck outside was full, but we got a nice table for 3 inside, staff was friendly through and through.We were satisfied with our SchweinelendenspieÃ (served w champignon, bratkartoffel and sauce), Schnitzeljagd (Schnitzel in Kinderportion without schnitzel soÃe, and pommes) and Diebesgut (also has pommes, with probably fried chicken?!? Wasn't my dish not so sure). I asked for extra sauce for my pommes, no problem. Sauce came after 1min.Food and service, all in all, great.The only thing that bugs me was my pfÃ¤lzer Grauburgunder (can't remember the brand name, but they have only 2 options for grauburgunder and only one of them is from Pfalz). Not my thing. Maybe someone else would adore it to death, but to me, it's bad. I had grauburgunder from other pfÃ¤lzer brands and liked them all, but not this one. Conclusion: would definitely come back, and for sure will take another wine.
4 based on 65 reviews
Bistronauten relocated from Hirschberg to Weinheim in June 2016, and they have continued to do very well. They are open only in the evenings for dinner, from 18:00 to 22:30, Tuesdays through Saturdays.Housed in the former OEG train station, Bistronautenâs modern interior is made up of an open kitchen, a bistro, a bar, the main dining area and a private dining section. The kitchen belongs to two chefs â Max Still and Johannes Raiber, who work only with seasonal ingredients sourced from small business owners throughout the region. They prepare and serve traditional German fare with modern overtones, and one can really taste the quality.There are 50 seats available in the main dining area, and these are almost always fully booked at least 4 weeks in advance. We managed to get seats without reservations by arriving at 18:00 as soon as they open, and claiming the seats which they set aside for walk-ins.There is only one menu â the daily specials, written out on a blackboard. Choose one of three main dishes â 1 meat, 1 fish, 1 vegetarian â to form a 2-,3- or 4-course menu with a soup and/or a salad and/or dessert/cheese platter. An amuse-bouche is presented upfront to whet the appetite. Table water is included in the price.The service team is friendly and attentive â we were very well taken care of by our server. Our daughter enjoyed the novelty of being able to interact with the chefs, watching while they went about cooking up a storm.All in all an enjoyable evening out, sampling authentic âneue deutsche KÃ¼cheâ prepared with heart and soul, traditional dishes elevated into modern creations.
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