Starnberg is a German town in Bavaria, Germany, some 30 kilometres (19 mi) southwest of Munich. It is at the north end of Lake Starnberg, in the heart of the "Five Lakes Country", and serves as capital of the district of Starnberg. Recording a disposable per-capita income of €26,120 in 2007, Starnberg regained its status as the wealthiest town in Germany from the Frankfurt suburb of Hochtaunus.
Things to do in Starnberg
4.5 based on 54 reviews
I was nicely welcomed into the charming Gaststube (as a single patron). The Stube is typcically and tastefully decorated. The menu changes depending on the current catch. I had the Mai Scholle simply sautéed with asparagus and puy lentils and a mixed salad. It was a winner. This restaurant deserves its reputation. Would definitely return to dine. Also checked out the store and the selection of fish was amazing -- regreted that I was traveling.
3.5 based on 172 reviews
This is the restaurant of a hotel,. Enjoy the daily lunch-menus. They are well worth their (your)money.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
We were there this weekend after looking some reviews about restaurants near Starnberger See. Since there was good weather, we decided to stay outside in the Biergarten: really nice place to stay with some trees to have some shadow. We ordered two typical dishes: Kässpatzn (8.90€) and Grillteller (12.90€), which were really tasty and generous! Although we were quite full, we decided to order some desserts: a homemade Apfel Strudel (4.50€) and a Walbeerenpfannenkuche (9.80€). Simply amazing!! However, keep in mind that the Walbeerenpfannenkuche is really big and is probablly sufficient for 2-4 people (see picture).
We really recommend this place for the quality of the food, the price and the service.
4 based on 66 reviews
We are staying at the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Starnberg for work and asked the front desk for suggestion for lunch (after just arriving the same morning). She said there were a few places that were a close walk from the hotel, including Gasthof. It was a quick 5 minute walk (takes you under the train path).
When we entered we were asked if we had Reservations, but we did not. Fortunately, there was space for the two of us!!! The restaurant was charmingly decorated and the tables allowed for large groups or for just a couple people. The Hugo is a lovely aperitif of soda, elderberry juice and prosecco!!! The salads that came were ample portions of various greens, beets, cabbage, tomato and carrot with a tasty dressing. The spatzle was enough for two people...delicious with flavorful onions on top. My coworker had one of the local beers with the salmon which was cooked perfectly.
On the walk back to the hotel, we noticed Starnberg Lake (the map the hotel gave us was helpful getting around) and took a walk along the Promenade before heading back to the hotel. For March, it was about 50F and lots of people and dogs were walking along the lake, feeding the ducks and swans and even taking some rowi boats onto the water.
What a wonderful way to start our work week!!!
4 based on 43 reviews
Classic, traditional dishes in a stylish ambience. In the à la carte Restaurant Oliv’s, high-quality regional ingredients, imaginative creations and outstanding service provide the basis for superb culinary experiences, 365 days a year. With regional specialities, seasonal highlights and highly varied buffets, your taste buds are in for a treat during your visit.
This is an elegant white-table cloth restaurant, very relaxing and good for conversation. We had good meals -- the Wiener Schnitzel was good and the whitefish on spinach excellent. Wines good, service good. We enjoyed it. The only reason I don't give it an excellent is that we found the menu so limited. Well worth a visit.
4 based on 65 reviews
We walked by Bei Rosario a couple of times, thinking it looked small and not very prosperous. But we took a chance based on the reviews and tried it. And liked it so much we went back a second time!
Both nights my husband and I shared an antipasto, which was vegetarian, interesting, and delicious. First time I've had celery in an Italian restaurant. We both had the Veal Limone and it was the best I've ever eaten. Really tender, cooked just right, and the lemon slices were cooked with it and not just laid on top. So if the veal was that good, I decided to have the Saltimbacca the second night and it was equally good. My husband asked for spaghetti with his choice of toppings -- not on the menu -- and he declared this delicious. Wines were excellent, as were the ice creams. And the bread was basically pizza crust and great!
The owner is completely in charge, makes sure that everything goes smoothly, and is very proud of his restaurant. Told us his credo is to make sure he has good coffee, good wines, and good olive oil. Mr. Rosario is very much Italian and so is his staff. If we lived in Starnberg, we would be visiting weekly.
By the way, the restaurant is much bigger than it looks on the outside because the front of the building is let to a different shop. It's really quite good-sized inside.
4.5 based on 242 reviews
I've had many meals in Germany from top to bottom. This restaurant and the meals we ordered for lunch were the best I've ever had. Delicious, flavoursome, fresh and varied, the tapas we shared were wonderful. There wasn't a thing wrong. Congratulations to the chef and owner. 5 stars.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
It is a deli, but well done, with all the deli stuff you could imagine, plus the high end grocery store / restaurant bits. The meats and sausages are very good, the prices of course fit the quality, and do not forget that you are in Starnberg one of the most expensive places on this earth. Plus it has that sort of local feel, that is difficult to find today. You can have a brilliant lunch here, and it is excellent for beverages (wine) as well. Go in on Saturday for lunch and get a bit tipsy on their open wines. Be careful they have all of those things that you end up buying that you do not need, but buy any way and then ask yourself 2 years later why did I buy that.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Contemporary cuisine that is surprisingly simple and straightforwardly presented, and superb, friendly service. In Gourmetrestaurant Aubergine, which has been awarded one Michelin star, you can look forward to incredible culinary experiences in a relaxing atmosphere. Every four to six weeks, Maximilian Moser and his team present outstanding menus, with careful attention paid to the ingredients and the interplay of flavours, textures and colours.
My wife and I have eaten in this restaurant 5 times in the past year. While we enjoyed our first 2-3 dining experiences, which kept us coming back, the cuisine is now simply amazing. The current menu degustation is incredibly innovative, combining rarely seen, fresh herbs with outstanding local ingredients to deliver an exceptional gourmet experience. I normally don't try to compare restaurants, but we recently had an 8-course menu at one of Barcelona's Michelin 2-star restaurants, and our menu at Aubergine was every bit as good if not better - at less than half price. This restaurant is for serious gourmets, and it's still a bargain.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Heavy leather armchairs, gleaming chandeliers and an outstandingly stocked bar with the largest rum collection in southern Germany: our English-style bar with an open fireplace is open daily — from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. the following day. Atmospheric live piano music every Wednesday to Saturday from 9:00 p.m. and a live band on the first Thursday of every month create the perfect ambience for modern drinks, classic cocktails and delicious bar snacks.
We opted for a quick dinner at Hemingways. The rum cocktails are delicious. Some of the offerings were a bit pricey. We shared the cheese plate and I had the chicken Caesar which was delicious. Co-worker had the chili which was more than ample.
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