Find out what German restaurants to try in Freudenstadt. Freudenstadt is a town in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. It is capital of the district Freudenstadt. The closest population centres are Offenburg to the west (approx. 36 km away) and Tübingen to the east (approx. 47 km away).
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4 based on 35 reviews
We ate here on a Sunday evening - there seem to be quite a few places to eat in the town, but we were staying in the hotel for the night so it was convenient to eat here. It is situated on a street which leads off the main square in Freudenstadt. The restaurant is very pleasant to sit in, and the service is friendly. The menu is long, and has several Swabian dishes. We shared a mixed salad to start - this was delicious, with a huge mixture of different salads (carrot, coleslaw, white radish, dill cucumber, potato salad, lettuce with a creamy dressing and a few more which I have forgotten) - all for 3.5 euros. Then we had pfefferlinge (fresh chantarelles) with a speck (ham), cream and herb sauce, served with home-made spatle (noodles) - all absolutely delicious (see photo). Mine cost 11.50, and my partner added a pork steak for an extra 3 euros (the pork was delicious, very soft and not at all dry). Wine is served in 25cl jugs, so we had two different types of local half-dry wines, both delicious, costing around 3.50 each. The whole meal came to 38 euros and was a great pleasure.
4 based on 66 reviews
Modern setting with a cool vibe. We had the special of Bratwurst, fried potatoes and salad. Huge portions of great food. Waiter was so patient and kind, giving us the English menu and explaining everything. Pudding was great too. Very relaxing meal. Recommended.
4 based on 30 reviews
This is a traditional hotel restaurant with good, old style German food. Nicely presented, well cooked.
4 based on 29 reviews
This gasthof is one to remember. If you want to eat good food that has been made from local ingredients (mostly even from their own garden) but also want to enjoy some of this old fashioned german hospitality, then this is it!We took the Schnitzel with spÃ¤tzle. As an appetizer we got a soup of herbs and garlic (tasted like pesto). All of it was of very good quality. Also the wine (offcourse local) was really tasty.The atmosphere of consuming this food in a place that has been taken right out of the 50s plus being served by 'grandma' herself, makes this a place we will revisit.
4 based on 67 reviews
Cafe pause is next door to the museum, right in the middle of the markt place.. We sat there late one afternoon, people watching. Drinking gorgeous fruit cocktails. Very friendly table service. Although we did not eat there the menu looked very good. You eat inside or sit out in the large sunny or shaded area on the square.
4 based on 112 reviews
We stopped in here for coffee . Fabulous views. Outside terrace.Traditional style building. Bavarian food. very friendly staff. Although we did not eat there the food looked and smelled fabulous.We visited after visiting the viewing platform in the forest opposite
4 based on 48 reviews
Large party (5 adults, 3 children and baby) Very friendly, welcoming staff and good food. Checked that everything okay - and with childre. Location next to (closed) ski station. Lovely views down ski slope - beautiful building.Hike up from car park well worth it!
4 based on 106 reviews
Besides their nice dishes from the menu - this restaurant is famous for their "eating from the hot stone". You will grill your meat by yourself on a hot stone in front of you. If you haven't tried yet - that might be a very nice opportunity.
4 based on 54 reviews
We had the pleasure of staying at the Warteck Hotel while visiting Freudenstadt, Germany. The day was cold and dreary so our party decided to dine at the hotel restaurant. We couldn't have been more pleased with our dining experience. The ambience is warm and inviting, while the food is a true gourmet's delight. Chef Glassol is a creative genius. The presentation of the dishes made them almost too attractive to eat! We enjoyed both the venison and lamb main dishes and found that all of the ingredients were fresh and of the highest quality. The creme brulee and panne cotte were delicious also and capped off the perfect meal for a cold, rainy evening.
4 based on 313 reviews
During our dinner international visitors joined us in this typical German restaurant right in the middle of Germany's biggest market place.A cozy Biergarten behind the main restaurant. Try Maultasche, Schnitzel with SpÃ¤tzle (Sabian soft noodles) or Flammkuchen (like in Alsace, France). The menu was available in 4 languages. This might be the reason why tourists from Hongkong and USA were sitting next to us. Good male service, even joking during service. Not to forget the fresh beer brewed in house. A parking lot can be found behind the post office (next door) underneath the market place.Reasonable prices. Good typical food.
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