Oberursel (Taunus) is a town in Germany and part of the Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area. It is located to the north west of Frankfurt, and is the second largest town in the county of Hochtaunuskreis and the 14th largest town in Hesse. In 2011, the town hosted the 51st Hessentag state festival.
Things to do in Oberursel (Taunus)
4 based on 54 reviews
We chose the place guided by other reviews and were not disappointed. Really tasty German dishes served with patience and a smile, a rich menu and very good beers. A warm, cozy place in a delightful small German village. The price/quality balance is more than favourable. Probably the best place I tried during my stay in Assia
4 based on 372 reviews
Welcome to Alt-Oberurseler Brauhaus The Alt- Oberurseler Brewery is located in the heart of Oberursel Some use to call our brewery a pub, some call it a restaurant. We just love to be there and stay there. We serve home-brewed beer and enjoy good german food, freshly prepared from our brewery chefs. You will find for each of your occasions the right facility , regardless of whether conference, family and company celebrations, corporate events, wedding or just cozy comfort. In Alt- Oberurseler Brauhaus is always something going on , and certainly also for you something ! It could be a beer seminar in the evening and with the live music usually on Thursdays in our Combustible we provide amusement, socializing and entertainment . Visit our Facebook page and see what 's going on next. We offer hot meals and also cover your lunch with daily changing dishes factory.
Simply wow. Food is amazing. Who ever thinks german food is not tasty has to come here and try their food. We had Frankfurter Schnitzel and haze and we couldn’t decide which one is better. Don’t forget to try their home made beer !!!! It’s...MoreIt makes us a bit of pride and grateful to get such nice words. Many Thanks. Thomas Studanski
4.5 based on 183 reviews
Looked like it is a formal Italian restaurant, so I expected quite a lot to this restaurant. Atmosphere was elegance and formal. Service was good, but their attention on the customers were too much that I felt so uncomfortable. Starter was fresh bread with olives, which was pretty nice and I really liked that they used fresh warm bread. I ordered lasagna and tiramisu. Their lasagna was really cheesy and super creamy, and I felt it was slightly too much. Tiramisu tasted okay with beautiful fried flower decor, but the cream they used were slightly stiff. I'm not sure whether I'll revisit or not.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Tasty Austrian menu offering and wide selection of Austrian wine. Clearly a unique place where guests can now also be seated in the former workshop next to old-timers. Service very attentive and knowledgeable about the wine choices. It's only a bit pricy but I worth the quality and experience.
4 based on 56 reviews
I have eaten here many times and have always enjoyed the food. The daily specials are particularly good - fresh ingredients, good value and generous portions. I remember with great pleasure a main course of house- made pumpkin ravioli with a sage-and- butter sauce. This is a 'family friendly ' restaurant, with pizzas and suchlike that children enjoy. It is very roomy, and because of the big windows and open setting , the restaurant doesn't feel crowded, despite its popularity. It is easy to reach by tram, since it is just two blocks from the Lahnstrasse U-Bahn Stop.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
On a cold night in January, I enjoyed a perfectly cooked (for me, that means 'pink') rack of lamb with a flavorful herb crust. My husband ate venison, and was also pleased with the meat and its generous accompaniments. The restaurant is in an historic, stone-walled courtyard behind the Vortaunus Museum (museum of local history and archaeology), just off the town's market square. The menu offers the traditional German choices - no surprises, but well cooked and presented.The wine list is surprisingly large, with plenty of wines by the glass.
4.5 based on 81 reviews
This was the second time we have been in this restaurant which is one of the preferred restaurants of my brother and his wife. The restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes from sweet over well-seasoned to spicy. This in itself is very relative as mostly for me the hot dishes are just about to be called well-seasoned – but this is an adjustment to the palate of the Germans. All aside, we have been five people and everyone had a different dish – admittedly all have been of great taste and I could not say which one I necessarily would have preferred.
The important factor in this restaurant is, contrary to many others, that each dish has a full taste of its own – you don’t have the feeling that it has just been adjusted with some different herbs.
The service is typically Asian, so sometimes things get forgotten, but contrary to some local German places this is more than evened out through the gentleness and the politeness of the service.
We will always return to this place for an excellent Thai.
4 based on 70 reviews
This is a great cafe especially to eat lunch in.they make very nice food.they have good service and are friendly
4.5 based on 88 reviews
We were on business trip and a bit in a hurry. As Italian, I don't eat at Italian restaurants while I'm abroad because usually it's a failure. However we decided to stop. "Buongiorno" they told us entering, and this was the really first good impression! Staff are all Italians, absolutely nice and easy going. Really kind people who love their job and spread their passion and positivity. The Restaurant was absolutely clean and toilets too. Food was definetely 100% Italian with a great price/quality ratio. Primavera it's a nice surprise, a little Italian oasis with real Italian love!
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Friendly family run Irish pub
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.