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4 based on 38 reviews
This is a very special restaurant. The food, service and ambiance made our evening superb. The owner who is also chef posts extra special menus each day depending upon the availability of local delicacies. Like most restaurants in Germany there is no rushing the customers as is customary in the US.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
It's a bit of a funny system as you line up and pay at the cashier (look for Kasse) and then take your receipts to the stalls for you food and drink.
The hotdogs (bratwurst in brötchen) are massive and tasty; the wine wasn't vintage but perfectly drinkable. we sat outside and watched the river flow by with big barges piled with coal, speedboats and the ferry from Oester Winkle plying back and forth.
It's very rough and ready and we didn't need the toilet so I don't know even if there is one. ideal if you are cycling along the bank of the Rhein or driving over on the ferry
4 based on 32 reviews
Alt Ingelheim has a good decor (white tableclothes, linene servettes, plate chargers), good service (very attentive service from the host/owner) and good food (excellent venison, schupfnudeln, Kroketten). Actually the food was better than good, between very good and excellent, with good portion size.
A modest wine list of local wines and a few from other regions. Ingelheim may be the "rotwein stadt" but a couple of reds with a little more body then the local spat and fruh burgunders would be one area of improvement. The skt by the glass was fine though.
4 based on 63 reviews
This review is not for the restaurant but for the attempting to visit the tigers. As stated on your website your opening times are as follows:-
im Sommer (bis 2.11.2014 17 Uhr):
Mittwoch-Freitag ab 12 Uhr
Samstag ab 12 Uhr
Sonntag- und Feiertag ab 11 Uhr
im Winter Dez. + Jan.:
Freitag, Samstag, Sonntag von 12 bis 18 Uhr
Betriebsferien: 3.11. bis 4.12.2014,
and as stated outside the front yesterday summer opening times on Wednesday is from 12.00 midday, so when I came to visit yesterday (Wednesday 29/10/2014) we were unable to visit the tigers, only see them from a distance. We had driven especially to see the tigers and chose that day because I was informed by your website that you would be open. When we asked if we could go into visit we were told no not in Winter, well according to your website winter is December and January and summer is until 02/11/2014. To add to the unfriendly response we got when we asked about the tigers, another colleague then walked in and stated Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, as if we were stupid. If you are going to advertise that something is open then it should be, there was not just ourselves that were wanting to see the tigers yesterday. It is a shame as the tigers looked really well from what we got to see of them.
4 based on 73 reviews
Parsley with it’s unique, pungent flavour is one of the most popular poterbs / culinary herbs. Being not only tasty it also contains many ingredients such as vitamins and important minerals which do have a very positive impact on your wellbeing. Since the antique world people know about the stimulating appeal of parsley.Named “PETER&Silie” (which is ‘parsley’ in German), our Café-Restaurant shall also stimulate your appetite and be an enriching culinary experience to you.
I have already been to Peter & Silie several times. Apart from one time everything was alright. The staff has always been really friendly. Unfortunately the cook was a bit unflexible last time as we wanted to have some different sides to a certain dish and the cook wasn't willing to do that which we didn't understand as the sides we asked for were on the menu as well.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Overall they offered a nice choice of small dishes, some typical Spanish tapas, some more international or even German interpretations. Some were really good and others just OK. Some of the dishes were a bit on the oily side and sometimes the tastes could have been more differentiated. It is a place worth trying. Te service was friendly and fast.
4 based on 83 reviews
We were told about the refurbished Wasem Kloster restaurant, and went for dinner. The restaurant was quite busy for a Monday evening, however we were able to walk in and get a table, in a room adjoining the main dining room. The restaurant is set within a beautiful old monastry and to be honest the venue could not be improved much.
Unfortunately, both the food and service did not live up to the same standard. The menu reads well and sounded appetizing. The sorrell soup with smoked salmon was good. There was a very long wait for the main courses despite the restaurant nearly being empty by this stage. No one came to apologise for the delay. Unfortunately, the main courses were a dissapointment and were not worth the wait. I had a red mullet on a chanterelle risotto. The fish was overcooked. The risotto was an overcooked stodge and over seasoned with parmesan which overpowered the chanterelles. Very poor execution. The bread dumplings with a Chanterelle Ragout was inedible, the bread dumplings were like rubber. The veal was dry and uninteresting, coated in breadcrumbs and served with cubed potatoes and cucumber salad. My daughter had a chicken breast with rosemary potatoes and courgettes which she said was tasty and my brother and sister in law had a Chanterelle pasta and an Aspic salad which they both said was ok. After our mains we were again left without any service and had to find a waiter to take our dessert order. Desserts were mediocre at best. Again we had to find a waiter to pay the bill.
Given this is one of the more expensive restaurants in the area you would expect better. This place could be amazing with well trained staff and a suitably high calibre chef at the helm. Unfortunately, it has not reached it's potential yet.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
In this lovely place you'll eat in a old Germany house, the food it's Croatian food, with some local dishes, the jagger schnitzel, and the chicken with hollandise sauce its really delicious. Also the hackfleish with Schafkäse, its like burguer meat with goat cheese. All the prices are like in a normal german restaurant, but you'll get more food than you expect, so come here with a lot of hungry.
Perfect place to make an aftertable in the night.
4 based on 26 reviews
Very delicious and large menu served by a friendly stuff, the location has lots of seats but is never loud, but comfortable, you can make Reservations also for Christmas dinner, what we have been doing for four years now, the food is worth its price, the restaurant is on the 3rd floor with a fantastic view on the Rhine landscape and on Ingelheim, I often come back for more...
4.5 based on 18 reviews
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