Hinterzarten is a resort village in the Black Forest (German: Schwarzwald), located in the southwest of the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Although Hinterzarten is mostly famous for its ski jumpers, it also has many tourist attractions (see Attractions).
Things to do in Hinterzarten
4 based on 117 reviews
Under the roof of the historical Black Forest building that dates back to 1639 you find the 2 restaurants belonging to the 5-star Boutique-Resort Parkhotel Adler. This beautiful hideaway is run by the same family since 1446 and belongs to the "Small Luxury Hotels of the World". The rustic "Wirthus" which is opened daily as by midday offers a selection of typical local dishes The elegant fine dining restaurant "Marie Antoinette", opened daily as by 6 p.m.you are offers delicious refined dishes based on the Black Forest cuisine, seasonal menus and creative culinary highlights influenced by the nearby Swiss and French kitchen.
Wonderful chef ! Young and creative
Duck breast and venison was done to perfection ! We had an awesome waiter. Friendly and attentive!
We thoroughly enjoyed it.
4 based on 86 reviews
Dropped into the biergarten to suss out this place out fir a meal at a later date. Waste of time. Staff disorganised, beer warm. Upside was that my wife's cake was good. There are better options.
4 based on 27 reviews
Very charming place, little bit in the middle of nowhere but easy to find with a gps and worth finding. Delicious meals, cosy setting and very kind, friendly and competent staff.
3.5 based on 103 reviews
Foud lousy, service lousy. If it is a rainy day, you might take a drink there. But dont order food. There are better places.
3.5 based on 369 reviews
The place is a bit better than average but not "very good"...let's say it's good.
I took the fish, good quality, large enough portion, served with salad and fires or potatos.
a friend took the steak which came with a load of beens, carrots which tasted as canned food. there were sooo many of them that it simply cut the apetite. but else the meat was good and the rest of the food is good.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
would never have discovered this place without a Trip Advisor recommendation...
tucked away on a back road a guest house with restaurant.... beautiful setting in the woods.... actually driving time from Hinterzarten where we stayed not very long....but definitely off the beaten path...
place was closed the first time we went - do check on opening days and times.... next time it was packed.... locals, tourists - excellent food, reasonable prices - perhaps the best Black Forest Cake we had during our stay there.
service was fine... lovely St. Bernard to greet you but not beg for food... a gem of a restaurant and would gladly return if given the opportunity.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
The food, the atmosphere and the lovely owners make Schwarzwaldhaus a standout in the area.
The food is typical southern German fare done really well. Whatever you choose, you will enjoy it. Cooked by the better half of the ownership team and done the right way.
The atmosphere is true black forest. Think wooden panels inside and a small garden in the sun with plenty of flowers outside.
The service is typical of the area, kindly and somewhat reserved - don't mistake this for lack of interest or lack of care ... folk are just a little less effusive down here.
4 based on 22 reviews
This review is for Ravenna Grill located at the ground level of Cuckoo's clock work shop at Blackforest Village where Best Western and Glass blowing work shop are also located. (After eating, you can explore the cute village, elegant clock routine attached to this restaurant building by the hour and nearby stream and dizzying high arch for the train behind the village.)
They have basic cafeteria type food fare including coffee, burger and fries to begin with. If you are into more German traditional food, try big sausage, bratwurst that comes with sour mash potato. If you think, sour mash potato might be too much for you, you can substitute with fries or even rice I guess. Grilled lamb is also good and per their website, they are also good at Schäufele (smoked pork shoulder), Käsespätzle (egg pasta with cheese).
From desert, I believe more than 80% of customer tried their big and freshly made "Black Forest Cake." It is very good. Otherwise, carrot cake and others available.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
In den Schwarzwaldstuben des Hotel Adler Bärental - hoch über dem Titisee - genießt man eine betont regionale badische Küche, mit immer neuen Akzenten. Als Mitglied der Naturparkwirte verpflichtet sich das Adler-Feldberg überwiegend regionale Produkte anzubieten, am Ende der Speisekarte findet der Gast eine Liste der Lieferanten. Das nennt man hier Naturschutz mit Messer und Gabel. Die Weinkarte mit badischen, aber auch ausländischen Weinen, vervollständigt das Angebot. Familienfeiern, Geschäftsessen, Weihnachtsfeiern, etc. werden organisiert oder vom Catering übernommen. Menüs von 16,90? bis 43?, Sonntagsbrunch mit Wildspezialitäten - essen und trinken soviel Sie möchten - inklusive Getränke pro Person 24?; Kinder von 6 bis 12 Jahren 12?; unter 6 Jahren frei.
Have been here many times.Generally excellent food and service. Probably my favourite restaurant of this type in Deutschland. Did however have an annoying response from (the owner's daughter no less!) on Saturday night when (after not having been greeted by the new waitress as we walked in - Rule No. 1 I would have thought) I was not satisfied with the wine I had ordered. The owners's daughter was far from sympathetic and handled the situation badly I think. She even went as far as to question my memory of the last time I had the wine in question!! (Only rarely in Germany is the Kundin König!) I guess she could not have known that tasting, buying and selling wine was my profession for many years. She should have been professional enough to know that when dealing with a regular customer who has never 'caused problems' in the past to just let it go. Maybe next time. Go for the truly excellent food and mostly respectful service.
4 based on 73 reviews
We stopped here for lunchtime during a tour of the Black Forest. The hotel restaurant appears to be popular with tourists and locals and was very busy for mid-week. The menu was varied and included the usual German staples and some local dishes. We opted for a schnitzel and a local pasta dish of Maultaschen in a vegetable broth. Both were very good and the service was excellent. We will certainly be back when in the area again.
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