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4 based on 92 reviews
The restaurant is really good, their selection of foods is not enormous but covers all picky customers. In case you are not happy with the selection of food, you can order specialities a day prior to seating. The chef is very forthcoming. We ate dinner two times, food- selection of wines all good. There is basically no need to seek out other dining facilities. There are several locals dropping by for a true sit down dinner. Splendid service throughout.
4 based on 233 reviews
STEAKS STARK IM GESCHMACK â Genuss ist im Steakhouse Gusto am St. Johanner Markt das Premium-Anliegen. Der Edelstahl-KÃ¼hlschrank im Gastraum des Steakhouse Gusto am St. Johanner Markt ist Programm des Steakhauses. Hier reifen - fÃ¼r alle GÃ¤ste einsichtbar
I was very much looking forward to my visit to Gusto steakhouse based on the excellent reviews on tripadvisor. The steakhouse itself boasts a pleasant and relaxing environment, service was excellent and the young Chef was clearly loving his job - a sight for sore eyes! My partner and I both ordered the wagyu burger Kobe style. We were completed baffled however by how this went wrong... both our burgers were raw on the inside and charred on the outside, and the meat was not seasoned whatsoever. Flavors were derived from the mayonnaise and ketchup added to the burger. Same goes for the buns. A large slice of raw tomato and onion was included on the burger, but I personally prefer my onions sautÃ©ed before adding them as an ingredient, not cold. French fries on the side were actually very tasty.Dunno what happened, must have been bad luck that evening. But there is just no excuse for ruining excellent meat...
4 based on 173 reviews
Staying at the Hotel Christine, checked out TripAdvisor on recommendations...didnât have to go far...front desk made reservations for us...nice atmosphere if you ever earned flight pay!Food and wine were great as was the service, I had the jagerschnitzel, covered in champignons and sauce, mmm,m!I topped it off with Coffee and Cognac....very surprised how reasonable prices were!Strongly recommend!
4 based on 264 reviews
Very traditional German food in ohne of the oldest houses in Kaiserslautern.Outrageous Food !!!One of the best in the area. You can really eat everything and not making anything wrong. Perfect Location if you wanna eat real good traditional German food.
4 based on 162 reviews
A butcher owns this place and you can really tell, the meats are fabulous. The rump steak with dark beer sauce is to die for. The setting is small so do make a reservation.
4 based on 373 reviews
The Kalinski's brothers Kalinski because the name combines everything that is important: Two passionate founder, uphold the tradition and want to expand your fresh ideas. And who want to take their guests on the plate, what it is. Just a good sausage Who
We followed the recommendations and it was a good experience. Fast and Personal self-serving Service. Sitting outside very closed to the main court. The dishes were tasty. Fries a special flavour. The mayonaise and the ketchup beside were kalinski-style we had only there. The salad was ok. But the sourrounding and the options afterwards were closed to. So we could recommend too.
4 based on 170 reviews
We were recommended by a work colleague to visit this restaurant and were not disappointed. The atmosphere, service, food and wine selection were all excellent. We were actually staying in France but made the short trip over the border; it was well worthwhile. The prawn / scallop kebabs were superb, the steak succulent and cooked to perfection and finally the crepes were delicious; freshly prepared at the table. Coupled with some fine beer, wine and a choice of many Grappe, we all enjoyed this evening. A must visit if in the area!
4 based on 142 reviews
Living in Germany and always looking for great resturants just across the border!! Great choice. Service in French, German and English. Friendly welcome. Good menu, classic french dishes. The specialty is frog legs but they were all out when we were there. The entree and dessert were outstanding. Sat outside patio, attentive service. Would love to come back if I lived in Europe longer. Take your friends.
4 based on 252 reviews
Going to a 3* Michelin restaurant, expectations are high. This review relates our personal experiences this particular evening 21 July 2015, which fell dramatically short of our expectations. When we parked the car outside the nearby hotel where we were going to stay, temperature showed 34 degrees. We figured that a place like this would have air conditioning and dressed quite formally. However, this evening the dinner was served in the garden for all guests, no choice given. Itâs a beautiful garden, but much of the magic of the service setting is lost. Our amuse-bouches were served in gazing sun that was still on the table, despite the parasols. After a few hours, the temperature was quite pleasant but it was really too hot to enjoy fully during the first part. Throughout the dinner we had to fight against a wasp and a few flies, also interested in our food.We went for the full degustation menu at 195 euro. However, none of the 8 dishes were up to the standard of the promising amuses-bouches and there were no more extra dishes until the final sucreries, also quite impressive. The total amount of food was quite right in the end. Each dish was the piece of art you expect, but the tasting sensations were never beyond quite good. The meat in main course, duck breast, was a real disappointment even though it seemed cooked to perfection. I had high expectations for the first dessert, RhabarbermÃ¼sli, but I actually didn't realize I had it until the second one came. I thought the white fluffy stuff with some berries â with just a hint of rhubarb and no crunchiness, and much too similar to the second one â was just a bonus. Red berries were a theme and many of the dishes had a quite pronounced vinegar taste. We took the wine menu, without knowing its price, and it actually turned out be less than expected at 105 euros, with good and interesting wines, but no wows here either. In total you drank enough, but I found it irritating that several times I was served less than my companion and we both less than at the neighbouring table. The relatively young personnel didnât do any real errors, but lacked in the soft speak and finesse that you expect from a restaurant of this kind. I guess the whole evening was a big challenge for them, having to run the extra steps into the garden, and it showed in the broken rhythm of our meal. Maybe we were just unlucky this evening, but what should be characteristic for a 3 star is a consistent quality. I agree with another reviewer: one star and half the price would be appropriate.
5 based on 219 reviews
There is not much in Volmunster but this restaurant makes it a definite destination.Typical of a starred venue the interior is done in neutral colors with nothing really to detract from the dining experience. The one thing that was a bit of a distraction was the waiter who stood in front of the kitchen door( almost throughout our entire meal) looking uncomfortable.The food here is seriously good and beautifully presented. The wine list is good although only full and half bottles are available. The house aperitif is a lovely cremant with a pine needle essence and scent which is quite refreshing. A three course fixed price lunch was available but we chose from the menu instead as we were not in a hurry and everything was superb.This is an excellent place for special occasion celebrations and romantic lunches or dinners.
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