4.5 based on 34 reviews
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The couple managing this establishment were very hospitable! My wife and I speak very little German. They gave us an authentic meal and beer from the region. It was amazing! The service was great. It was our first time ever having maultasche. It was one of the best things either of us have ever tasted. We would highly recommend stopping here.
4 based on 38 reviews
4.5 based on 64 reviews
We arrived in Rottweil (and in Germany) on a Monday and walked around Rottweil on a cloudy cold day to work off the jet lag. All the restaurants and bars seemed to be closed but finally we found Rotuvilla where we had Margarita Pizza and beer for a late lunch. Traditional German decor, friendly service, good pizza.
4 based on 33 reviews
We stopped in this charming little town to break a journey to the south and were pleasantly surprised to find a small Indian restaurant on the main street.
The food was acceptable but nothing to write home about: the salty lassi was way-too-salty, the lamb salad was drenched in a minty sauce, the tandoori lamb was well-received, the matter-paneer less creamy than usual and tasted much the same as the bindi barji and the chicken korma. Basmati rice and pappadoms are included on the price which is a nice touch.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Excellent high quality food and service in a very pleasant atmosphere. Expensive but worth it. Pumpkin soup with fish dumplings. My husband had steak and Swabian noodles, I had char roulade with beet risotto. Our dessert was a work of art. It was a deconstructed walnut parfait with chocolate sorbet, grapefruit pieces in a spicy sauce, berries and walnut mouse. Excellent wine list. Fantastic.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
I travelled from Canada with my grandparents to visit family in the area. On the last Sunday of our trip, we all gathered at the LindePost and had a fabulous meal that was truly a memorable experience for me. Everything from the food to the décor was perfect and would highly recommend this restaurant. For my Canadian standards, I would rank this as a fine dining restaurant over casual.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
The Weinstube Grimm is an excellent dining choice in Rottweil. Situated across from the well restored Catholic Church, the Weinstube offers a delightful outdoor eating area and an interior that is an upscale rendition of classic small town gasthaus decor. Nothing was out of place and the restaurant was spotless. The waitress was friendly and was well-versed on the wine card, able to make recommendations from a good assortment of local vintners. My white burgundy (weissburgunder) from the vicinity of Rottweil was a good match for my dinner and was a super recommendation. Our dog was welcome and received a big bowl of water as soon as we sat down. The lunch specials were excellent in quality and a real bargain at less than Euro 10 each. I plan on coming back to Rottweil and when I do I will eat at Weinstube Grimm.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
Stay here for the Cake. They have a lot of them, which look amazing and are tasty. Ignore the coffee, choose a Hot Chocolate instead.
4 based on 10 reviews
We knew this cafe before it closed. This is now a new opening. We went for two breakfasts, one with meat and the other with cheese. The idea was we could chop and change, basically share the two between us. The portions are really generous and if you manage to eat the lot they should give out prizes ! Why not take a doggy bag with you and then you can enjoy a snack later for lunch. It would suit the cyclists which are riding through Rottweil regularly. The service was good and friendly if a little slow. All in all a really good place for a coffee, cake or breakfast. They deserve to do well.
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