Find out what German restaurants to try in Rheinfelden. Rheinfelden (Swiss German: Rhyfälde, [ˈɾiːfæld̥ə]) is a municipality in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland, seat of the district of Rheinfelden. It is located 15 kilometres east of Basel. The name means the fields of the Rhine, as the town is located on the Hochrhein. It is home to Feldschlösschen, the most popular beer in Switzerland. The city is across the river from Rheinfelden in Baden-Württemberg; the two cities were joined until Napoleon Bonaparte fixed the German–Swiss border on the Rhine in 1802 and are still socially and economically tied.
4 based on 88 reviews
The food is fantastic, the Service and atmosphere to! Elena knows what wines match each course, the menues are always good. Try it.Dear Gary F,thank you positiv Rating. We are so happy that you like our Restaurant. We hope we`ll see you soon.Kind regardsElena & Dominik
Wir bestellten einen grossen gemischten Salat, 2 BÃ¼rger und ein Schnitzel. Es war wirklich lecker, der Salat war gross und frisch, die GetrÃ¤nke freundlicherweise alle Ã¼ber die Eichmarke eingefÃ¼llt.Normales Ambiente, fÃ¼r eine SportgaststÃ¤tte gut, das Personal freundlich.Wir wollen wiederkommen.
4 based on 41 reviews
For the outside, you would not expect this isolated restaurant to be anything special but we were pleasantly surprised. There are two dining rooms with views out over the surrounding area with a very comfortable old-world ambiance (This was previously the Hydro-electric Power Station worker's canteen). The service personnel and chef cook were very welcoming and we all ordered different menus but there was absolutely nothing to complain about-the food was first class. I had a wonderful pumpkin soup and was offered seconds. The winter salad was freshly prepared and a good size and the dressing was delicious. For main course I had the vegetarian ravioli with pine nuts and my dessert was with fresh fruit. Everything was nicely presented and importantly for me, made with fresh ingredients (i.e. no tinned fruit or vegetables). From the photos you can see how good it was! Do call the restaurant as they are only open 17:00-24:00 Tuesdays-Saturdays so unless you are a group of around 20 people you can only eat in the evenings. Sundays they are open from 10:00 so lunch is then available. Everything is on the website which I have just added.
Nous cherchions un endroit pour nous restaurer Ã 20h30 in mardi et cet Ã©tablissement nous accueillit simplement et avec gentillesse. Un carte simple Ã petit prix et une ambiance d habituÃ©s.
4 based on 86 reviews
We were recommended this restaurant so were expecting the usual good quality, super German politeness and service, however, we were rather disappointed with our first visit. We arrived around 13.00, leaving time for the locals who always eat at 12.00 midday, but the main restaurant and a side room were still fully occupied. We were seated in a new extension, a bit isolated from the main bar/restaurant area, completely by ourselves. This was a good thing, perhaps, because 1) the restaurant was very noisy and warm 2) we were seated at the huge window overlooking farm buildings and gardens, and we could talk in peace. What we found not so positive were the slow service and average food after such a long wait. Yes, it was Friday lunchtime and they had many guests but we were not brought the menu, just some bread (no butter or oil or anything else). By the time we were able to order we had eaten the bread so had to ask for more with our starters. The main courses were quite pricey and not especially good nor well presented. My asparagus was well cooked and tender but the sauce had no flavour. The cordon bleu was very oily and the pomme frites tasteless. What a shame. The best was the coffee as this was served prompty and very hot. The dessert came an age later! 2.5 hours after arriving we were able to pay. Be aware this "lunch-hour" could possibly be longer than usual.
4 based on 21 reviews
4 based on 11 reviews
I stayed at the guesthouse and naturally had dinner at the Beuggen 1 restaurant. First of all the service was just wonderful: friendly and knowledgeable. Their beer was excellent. And since it was Pfifferling (chanterelle) season, I had the salad with warm chanterelles: excellent! After a good pause I had the classic Leberkaese (liver meatloaf) with potato salad and fried egg, a typical, hearty dish from my past. The only curious fact is that a half liter (0.5 l) of beer was cheaper than 0.2 l of water. It's not uncommon in Germany where it seems impossible to just get tap water which of course is perfectly good to drink and often tastes better than the lukewarm mineral water that is served from a bottle. But I guess one needs to notice that one is in another country ...
4 based on 88 reviews
Located in the village of Obereichsel, the CafÃ© Elke is a very popular restaurant with a large terrace overlooking a lovely valley. We had both lunch and dinner there and found the quality very good. Service at lunch was a little brisk, perhaps we had caught the owner on a bad day, but other staff were charming and helpful.I got the impression that there were tables with great views for regulars and that passing trade was relegated to the lesser tables....hmmmm.
4 based on 64 reviews
Hotel and restaurant on the border side of the Rhine directly opposite from Switzerland. Owned since 1971 by me and my Families . Fantastic German -Swiss cuisine and lovely styled Hotel rooms . You come as a Stranger and when you live you will be a Friend
Heavy dishes at rather expensive prices.Taste can be improved, better seasoning and less creamPortions are big, while meat and fish portions are small.Service is friendlyPresentation very old fashionedSeating is ok, more distance between tables would be nice though, bit dark, even hard to read the menu.Local, fish, meat, salads...Overall bit overpriced for quality served
4 based on 13 reviews
After a visit at the wonderful Wellness Park Resort with its baths in brine water this is a good place to have a light meal.
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