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3 based on 64 reviews
Nice brewpub set outside of Duisburg. Dark and light beer brewed on site. Had a pretzel and potato wedges as a snack and both good. Service is functional. Reasonable prices. English menu. Tram 903 to Schwam and 919 bus ( stop is around the corner over the road) or 15 minute walk as we did not find the stop in time for the bus!
4 based on 95 reviews
Let me start off with some positive words to make sure the excerpt you see in the search results is good: this place was amazing, the food was amazing, the service was outstanding and they trusted us to pay by wire when we got home because we couldn't pay in situ.Coming from the Netherlands, we were planning to visit the Zoo in Duisburg by car and to have dinner around Duisburg before returning home. We found this restaurant through Tripadvisor, and the following features drew our attention: you could eat in the garden (it was a beautifully sunny day) and they specialised in fish. It was right on the banks of the river Rhine, and it was not too far out of the way since we had a car. If you rely on public transport, it may be a whole lot tougher to get there, which is a shame for tourists looking for great food in Duisburg. But if you have a car, I strongly advise you to visit this place! There was ample space for free parking. No reservations in the garden, but it wasn't all that crowded when we arrived and we could get seated straight away.We require gluten-free preparation of our meals, and while they weren't familiar with the concept, they listened attentively and our food was prepared without any gluten at no extra charge (we experienced no problems at all.) While perusing the menu, we got a plate of fresh prawns, and later we also got a complementary plate of scallop-like shells (I forgot their name) to help kill the time until our main dish arrived. The amount of available types of fish was astonishing judging by the menu only, and then there was even a list of "daily stuff from the market" that wasn't even on the menu. We ordered a "mix of fish, give us what you've got" and a smoked zander. During our ordering, the staff was happy to help us decide by giving advise based on what type of fish we knew we liked, and they translated german fish names we weren't familiar with. Some waiters spoke a bit of Dutch, and I guess all of them spoke English.This place has its own smoking oven, and I highly recommend ordering your favourite fish smoked. It takes a while (they freshly smoke everything on demand) but it is definitely worth it! It was probably the best zander I had ever eaten. Moreover, both our plates came with an extra side of panfried catfish, which was delicious as well. Also, there was a bevy of sauces, all in nice silverware, and there was a huge bowl of traditional bratkartoffeln (baked potatoes with bacon and maybe some onion.) Of course, this being Germany, there was a nice selection of beers on tap.One second minor downside (the first being that they did not know what gluten-free entailed before we explained it to them) is that you can only pay cash. We did not know this in advance, so we didn't bring any. I offered to drive to an ATM, leaving my girlfriend behind as a hostage, but they just gave me their bank account number and told me to wire the money to them when I got home, which I guess is an enormous sign of good faith. While the river was close, you couldn't see it from the garden - but there were flowers and a small menagerie, so there was plenty of atmosphere regardless.While we were having dinner, the owner came by and asked whether everything was okay and whether our dietary requirements were met. It was clear that this was a guy who enjoyed his job. I wish this place was in my own city instead of in Duisburg. So one last time: if you're in or near Duisburg and have a car, definitely consider this place!
Sind dort eingekehrt nach eine Radtour. SchÃ¶ner Garten. Guten Kuchen. Guter Kaffee. Innen moder gehalten. Man kann dort auch sehr schÃ¶n frÃ¼hstÃ¼cken.
The name and the meat cuts on offer conjure up mouth watering flavors of real meat. Let's not confuse taste with the texture of the meat. The New York Strip I had had a nice texture but as you often find outside the USA, Argentina and Spain it was fairly tasteless. Just not good enough for the very high price for a 300 gm steak. We also ordered the tomato salad and provolone cheese as starters. We were served all the food, including the steak, at the same. Should not happen, a little amaturish. Better quality control on the flavor of the meat would definitely help to justify the high prices. Otherwise it's just not there. Disappointing.
3 based on 52 reviews
I hope will have chance to go to Landhaus Freesmann. Foods are delicious, service is excellent. Maybe parking is some problem but it's not so important.
3 based on 98 reviews
Big restaurant with many rooms.food is fresh,huge portions and quick service.unfortunately poor wine menu .prices are honest.recommended.
4 based on 49 reviews
Waren zum Abendessen im Restaurant. Die QualitÃ¤t der Steaks war sehr gut. Exakt auf den Punkt gegrillt. Aber die Beilagen waren hÃ¶chstend befriedigend. Bratkartoffeln wirkten lange warm gehalten. Salatbuffet wird nicht gut prÃ¤sentiert und ist eher von KantinequalitÃ¤t. Man sitzt recht eng an den Tischen.Wenn die Beilagen und das Salatbuffet verbessert werden kÃ¶nnte dies ein tolles Stakhaus werden.
4 based on 72 reviews
Die Adler-Apotheke besteht seit dem Jahre 1665. Nach mehrmaligem Umzug fand sie 1899 im Herzen der Altstadt Dinslakens Ihre Heimat. Da 1997 kein Nachfolger infrage kam, wurde eine andere LÃ¶sung gesucht und gefunden, ein Weinlokal. Dieses Ã¶ffnete 2002 nach
Our German friends took us here for a meal: we had a mixed salad sharing platter and I had the sea bass: delicious.Excellent, prompt service (server made an effort to speak English and described the menu items) with an authentic German menu.
4 based on 57 reviews
Very good quality of the food. Really italian cooked.Also the staff is italian and very friendly.I suggest this restaurant to all the people which is in Dinslaken for business
4 based on 103 reviews
We looked for a lunch place while we were in Dinslaken. When we came to the restaurant, it was about half-full. After a short consideration, we decided to select the "Today's Pizza" and we were not disappointed. Next time will try pasta, they serve that as well.
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