Reviews on Diner food in Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Trier, which lies in the Moselle wine region along the banks of the Moselle River, is the oldest city in Germany. The city is home to the University of Trier.
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4 based on 441 reviews
The burger was nothing special, even a bit tasteless. I got the bacon and guacamole one so at least I could get some taste from those ingredients. It is not a bad burger, just not so good. Dear 819aitorn.Thank you for taking the time to rate us.It's a pity we didn't meet your taste with the Bacon Guacamole.Maybe next time you try another creation from us.I'm sure you'll find a delicious Burger for you at the Burgeeramt. YourBurgeramt TR
4 based on 113 reviews
My wife and I had lunch there two times ultimo September 2018. We had the same both times: a couple of beers, a salad, grilled beef with a rim of fat, and a bottle of local red. All very good. Service is pleasant and professional. A minor note: the fries with the meat are a bit too brown for my taste and the thyme (?) oil on the meat is perhaps a bit too much. Not to forget: in this place there are no tourists which is the ultimate pest in Trier.
4 based on 220 reviews
In Olewig, a few kilometres walk from Trier (10 minutes from the amphitheatre), this made a great pilgrimage for a Saturday afternoon. Make the walk more interesting by taking the Weinkulturpfad over the hills, giving you views of the valley and the vines, and make sure to take the Olewig exit, then you can't miss this place. The menu seems to be modernised German classics plus some fusion dishes and some burgers, all at decent prices - only the steak breaks â¬20. The beer from their own craft brewery (Kraft BrÃ¤u) is excellent and they have a lot of choices. The service was a bit slow, it seemed like the waiters were a bit special, or it might just have been the groups that kept forgetting what they wanted. The garden doesn't have views but is quite pleasant and has activities for kids. I suppose it wasn't perfect but I had a good meal, great beer and a great Saturday afternoon.
4 based on 55 reviews
French bistronomie with high-quality slow-food cuisine, Breton galettes and finest special offers of the week. Famous for his French breakfast. Everything cooked with passion an just working with the highest quality products.
We went here for breakfast.Negative:The Croissant was burned.The service was slow! 50min before we had our food (we were the 2nd table)Acoustic is terribleThe room is claustrophobic: a smal celarPositive:Nicely decoratedGood place to buy cheese and delicacies (and take it home)Staff is friendly (but slow)We didn't have to pay for the black croissant.
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