Find out what European restaurants to try in Schwaebisch Gmuend. Schwäbisch Gmünd (German pronunciation: [ˈʃvɛːbɪʃ ˈɡmʏnt], until 1934: Gmünd) is a town in the eastern part of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. With a population of around 60,000, the town is the second largest in the Ostalb district and the whole East Württemberg region after Aalen. The town is a Große Kreisstadt since 1956, i.e. a chief town under district administration; it was the administrative capital of its own rural district until the local government reorganisation on 1 January 1973.
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4 based on 79 reviews
I had the opportunity to visit this restaurant with some colleagues from work. What a treat is was! The views of the valley and lake below are spectacular. We sat outside of course and enjoyed the view as well as the food. I had fish and I recommend you tell them to remove the head and the skin beforehand. I didn't expect that and for me that is a real turn off. Once they brought it back cleaned I enjoyed it a lot.
4 based on 64 reviews
This is a very authentic Portuguese restaurant with an excellent selection of dishes, there are also Portuguese beers and wines available to accompany your meal. The portions are huge and delicious and at about â¬15 for a main theyâre really good value for money.Staff were efficient and friendly. This is definitely worth seeking out if you find yourself in Backnang.
4 based on 60 reviews
I loved this restaurant! They have to-go options. The service was quick and the waiters were nice. The food was delicious, too. We had half a rotisserie chicken and a salad. The dressing to the salad was light and flavorful. The chicken was a little too over-seasoned in some places on the skin but otherwise was yummy. The atmosphere was bright, with a lot of windows leading outside. Just a few minutes from the train station, and a few minutes the other direction from the Residenz, Wurzburg.
4 based on 202 reviews
Iâve been to Alt Hall several times and each time Iâve been, the food has never disappointed me!Alt Hallâs cuisine is Greek. Although I havenât had food in Greece yet, I imagine they would taste rather similar!Menus are in German and English so itâs easy enough to find what you want. They also have a wide selection of dishes - almost every meat type you can think of, they have it.Iâd recommend their seafood dishes - the calamari and grilled octopus are simply delicious and cooked perfectly resulting in tender dishes instead of rubbery ones which tend to happen when you overcook these meats. Even the salmon I had in the fish platter was amazing!We also shared a meat platter - the lamb and beef were cooked well, with a slight pink in the centre. Also very tender with a nice chargrill taste.Each time Iâve been to Alt Hall has been an enjoyable experience and would definitely head back again the next time Iâm in SchwÃ¤bisch HallSher A, thank you for your review.
4 based on 74 reviews
My meal at this restaurant was excellent in every way. Menus in English or German. Helpful, attentive and friendly staff. Excellent food, superbly presented. I had the 65 Euro 3 course menu - worth every pfennig.The mens' washroom was clean as an operating room and featured cotton hand towels.
4 based on 67 reviews
You can get every kind of local meals and as well specials like: Fish Food & gaime specials. You need to reservate, because it is always a good frequency.
4 based on 65 reviews
It's not an obvious place to find as a tourist since it lacks the usual shiny Neon outside but well worth a visit. You can get local schwÃ¤bisch food well prepared. The service is excellent.Need i say more?
4 based on 141 reviews
Nach zehn Jahren zieht unser Paulaner Wirtshaus am Markt nach nebenan ins Alpen Wirtshaus, Marktplatz 9 in SchwÃ¤bisch GmÃ¼nd. In einem moderneren aber gemÃ¼tlichem neuen Gasthaus bieten wir weiterhin unsere altbewÃ¤hrten bayerischen und schwÃ¤bischen Klassike
We had our first night meal here and were treated to the best food of the area. The food was washed down with excellent Beer and wine served in a really traditional atmosphere. Afurther visit during the day for lunch was equally rewarding.Do not miss this great restaurant.
5 based on 107 reviews
As a long-time resident of Backnang, I had noticed Pane e Vino come but had neverbeen inside. There are plenty of Italian places around and, from outside, this new one didn't look amazing. Then my wife went and came back with the highest praise...I've now been three times and, well, appearanaces can be deceptive!The concept is that there is no menu and the meals are based on whatever's available that day. You'll be told what's in offer. No dumping of menus here. And that's half the fun...having to listen and choose.The food is a dream. Always fresh (it has to be!), very high quality and utterly delicious. The wines are great too. Service is excellent. Rather than some snooty waiter being condescending, you have the boss in normal clothes and he's extremely friendly. Indeed, on my most recent visit, he even stuck around for 10 minutes to talk!Though unusual to be told what there is rather than read it, it's fun. Don't be in any hurry to get away - you wouldn't do that at a friend's house and that's the idea - fresh cooking takes a little time to do (nothing precooked here).This is the best Italian restaurant I've been to in Southern Germany and you'd be daft to miss it!
4 based on 151 reviews
This was our second visit to Entenback and hopefully won't be our last. We were served, as before, by the owner/manager who's English is excellent and he even understands our sense of humour. I had a dish translated as three various steaks. They were beef, veal and lamb. All were perfectly cooked and amongst the most tender pieces of meat I have ever had. The local white wine he recommended was also excellent
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