Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Krefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Krefeld (German pronunciation: [ˈkʁeːfɛlt] ( listen)), also known as Crefeld until 1929, is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located northwest of Düsseldorf, its centre lying just a few kilometres to the west of the river Rhine; the borough of Uerdingen is situated directly on the Rhine. Krefeld is accessed by the autobahns A57 (Cologne–Nijmegen) and the A44 (Aachen–Düsseldorf–Dortmund–Kassel).
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Franken is very exclusive deli shop: meats, sausages, pastries, fish (smoked salmon, shrimps, cheeses, ready made dishes, home made jams, olive-oil etc. in the middle of Krefeld shopping area.They also have restaurantfacilities in a covered terrace, but more fun is sitting outside (umbrellas keeping you dry and blankets to keep you warm), where there is an outdoor kitchen. Several "hochsitze" and nice loungers. When you sit there, having a glass of Sekt or good wine and one of the excellent dishes, it is big fun to see all people passing by. Try the smoked salmon with rÃ¶sti oder the Naschteller.Staff is usually very friendly.Attention; closing days are , as expected sunday, but als on Mondays
4 based on 21 reviews
We went with a party of 16 for an evening meal. Service was slow, very slow, some of the food was disappointing and others were satisfied. There was no atmosphere to speak of because the place was almost empty. As a group we were all disappointed and have crossed Diebels off our restaurant list. I have heard that their themed evenings are better but cannot comment on this.
3 based on 52 reviews
This historic restaurant was taken over by a new family in November 2017. The focus of the cuisine is now on Italian dishes. We were received in a very friendly manner and the food tasted excellent. The prices are reasonable.The restaurant is located in the north of Krefeld, it is easy to reach and there is a large parking lot behind the house.Unfortunately, the website has not been updated to date, so that you cannot see a menu before your visit. When the weather is warm, they have a nice beer garden.
4 based on 42 reviews
Gut bÃ¼rgerliches Gasthaus mit rheinischer Speisekarte in Verberg. Nichts besonderes, aber einfache Gerichte lecker. Netter Kellner mit unaufdringlichem Service. Nach einem Spaziergang im Stadtwald kann man sich belohnen.
4 based on 54 reviews
Visited this restaurant whilst attending a family reunion. The 1902 building and grounds are spectacular, a truly beautiful area in which to relax. The service was outstanding, especially the lovely lady with the dark hair. The food was delicious and plentiful, including a lovely buffet for dinner. A delightful place for a romantic dinner or sunday brunch with the family.
4 based on 50 reviews
We were visiting family and thought this would be a good place. We were seated at 730. Our orders were not taken until 800 and the food did not arrive until 9. The reason stated for the extremely slow service was that everything was being "freshly prepared". We eat out very frequently at very high end places and have not experienced such painfully slow service anywhere. While the food was good, this kind of service is unacceptable.
4 based on 60 reviews
Whilst staying in Krefeld on business I visited 'Badde' for an authentic German dinner and I was not disappointed. Badde has a very authentic German Restaurant feel with dining both inside and outside. The menu was not available in English but I got what I wanted and I choose well as it was delicious. I had the "Fuhre Mist" (which translates as a 'cart load') of Grilled Meat (Chicken, Pork, Beef Steak and a sausage) with beans and roasted potatoes and it was superb... Enjoyed it very much and the portion size was beyond generous. I finished with the 'Pfannekuchen' which was a thick Plum Pancake with a scoop of Vanilla ice-cream all dusted in icing sugar. This was also excellent, very German and very large. Prices are reasonable and my generous German meal, with a large Coke Zero, cost â¬30 I can highly recommend Badde to anyone with a hearty appetite looking for an authentic German dining experience.
4 based on 309 reviews
I ordered wild game goulash with ribbon noodles and apple compote from the lunch menu. The goulash was rather salty and dry, the noodles obviously reheated, not at all al dente. When I complained the waiter didn't care about it, no compensation was offered. This restaurant used to offer good food in the past....... I liked the apple compote and the new "Schlueffken Alt" beer. I don't think that I'll go there again.
4 based on 141 reviews
A large group of 40 had a great dinner here tonight. We pre-ordered our choices. I had avocado and tomato salad with crunchy shrimp to start, followed by steak and chips, perfectly cooked. Very enjoyable meal, friendly and efficient. Only small complaint was lack of air-con. Room is big, with high ceilings but was extremely warm.
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