Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Bottrop, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Bottrop (German pronunciation: [ˈbɔtʁɔp] ( listen)) is a city in west central Germany, on the Rhine-Herne Canal, in North Rhine-Westphalia. Located in the Ruhr industrial area, Bottrop adjoins Essen, Oberhausen, Gladbeck and Dorsten. The city had been a coal-mining and rail center and contains factories producing coal-tar derivatives, chemicals, textiles, and machinery. Bottrop grew as a mining center beginning in the 1860s, was chartered as a city in 1921, and bombed during the Oil Campaign of World War II. In 1975 it unified with the neighbour communities of Gladbeck and Kirchhellen, but Gladbeck left it in 1976, leading to Kirchhellen becoming a district of Bottrop as Bottrop-Kirchhellen.
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3 based on 58 reviews
Sometimes you get stuck in a town in a foreign country, - and have to spend the night. If that should happen to you in Bottrop, a small town north of Dusseldorf in Germany, your luck is just beginning. The small hotel âHaus Wesselsâ has a sign Nike Hotel on its roof. Is a hidden marble. Our room (#5) was clean, away from the streets and was just the place "to pass out" for the night. First we needed something to eat and the chef was second to none. My wife had salmon and I had my steak.When we left, the restaurant was packed with local people. This place was certainly on the agenda to the âindigenous tribe of Bottropâ. I would appear insane if I did not give my praise the this place.We had an earlier lunch at a fish restaurant in the outskirts of Bottrop. The stench of food in preparation, the so-called âgrilled fish in oilâ was eventually served in an unacceptable time frame. We âpicked into the dishâ and left still hungry. Not so with Nike. Here everything was almost to perfection. It is not a posh restaurant but if marvelous food is what came for, - this is the place. The blinds in our bedroom were however short in supply and the corridors carry sound âonly barren concrete can doâ, but we slept like a log, two logs that is.
3 based on 52 reviews
When you go for a "Brauhaus", you expect fresh beer. It was not. And the food gave the same impression. Just a opened pack or same prepared piece boiled in oil. Place is huge - but only a few people. No atmosphere.
4 based on 10 reviews
Seit Jahren hat das "Cafe" immer nur kleine Gerichte gereicht, es nennt sich immer noch Cafe und bietet nun eine umfangreiche Karte wie ein vollwertiges Restaurant an. Wie soll man es bewerten?Die Speisenkarte ist umfangreich, eine noch grÃ¶Ãere Weinkarte ist vorhanden, die hinter keinem Sternerestaurant nachsteht.Beide sind online einsehbar.Vorspeise: Jakobsmuscheln auf Galizische Art.Es waren keine, nur kleine Kammmuscheln bzw. Scallops, totgegart im Ãl.Lachsfilet, Senfsauce, Blattspinat: Lachs trocken tot, Spinat versalzen, stielig.Wiener Schnitzel, RÃ¶stkartoffeln, Salat: Schnitzel zu dunkel, trocken. Keine RÃ¶stkartoffeln, sondern Bratkartoffeln (mit Zwiebeln+Speck) matschig weich, Salat OK.Die Mai-Scholle waren Schollenfilets, paniert.Das JÃ¤gerschnitzel mit Pommes + Salat war OK. Die GetrÃ¤nke waren Ok.Hier gab es viele MÃ¤ngel, besonders in der Definition der angebotenen Speisen!Alles ist verbesserungswÃ¼rdig fÃ¼r ein richtiges Restaurant.Der Service war aufmerksam (:-;), die Preise im MittelmaÃ.
4 based on 79 reviews
It took a long time to place the order. An even longer time to have the drinks and food on the table. But the food was alreday cold.
4 based on 143 reviews
Been here a few times when i lived in Bottrop and i loved it. Gorgeous setting, friendly staff and just an all round lovely place
4 based on 110 reviews
Good steakhouse with friendly staff and a nice atmosphere. Good value for money. Enough choice on the menu. If we are here again we will visit.
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