Reviews on Mediterranean food in Schonwald, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany including A l'Orientale, Le Jasmin, Trattoria da Enza zum Vogtstor, Paco de Maria, Le Boccaccio, Ristorante Paradiso
Restaurants in Schonwald
4 based on 528 reviews
We were just a bit disappointed with this Italian-style restaurant. It's in an odd location - seemingly in a cul-de-sac with no view of the river. The Antipasto Calabrese and insalata mista starters were ok - but enormous - we simply couldn't finish. The same mistake over quantity was made with the mains (agnoloni ai funghi and agnoloni pomodoro). The piano maltese wine was undrinkable.
4 based on 241 reviews
Bonjour le Boccaccio fait peau neuve avec de nouveaux propriÃ©taires et une cuisine de saison des produits du jardins sains et frais alors Ã trÃ¨s vite
Very good Italian restaurant on the outer fringe of Petite France within walking distance from our hotel. The owner is extremely friendly and service focused. Booked our reservation online and the owner quickly seated us. One of our party could not have food with dairy products so he prepared a special pasta dish for her and she said it was delicious. I think Pizza is one of their specialties and without a doubt ours was great tasting and had a nice thin crust. We took his recommendation for a nice Italian wine and we weren't disappointed. The atmosphere was friendly and the restaurant was packed, mostly with locals. A wonderful dinner and evening at this small restaurant.
4 based on 233 reviews
First of all the food is delicious! People there are really taking care of their clients and the boss is not only funny he is really generous. Even for people (like me) who are not especially well-knowing or real fans of Spanish food this can only be recommanded. And prices are low (careful: the paella portions are huge so one may be enough for two persons).Children seem to be welcome, even (non-barking) dogs, which is not always the case in Strasbourg . Don't forget a) to buy some Spanish cheese and ham to take away at the end of your meal; b) to make a call for reservation at least during the week-end, it may be really full. You do not need to order wine in bottle, just ask for a wine carafe ("pichet de vin"), the red wine is strong but good ... and that is more my field of expertise.Some Spanish beers are also available (only in bottle if I remember well) but if you're already in Strasbourg you should rather look for local beer elswhere ...Also suited for larger groups (10-12) persons but then - even during the week - you will have no chance to get a table without a reservation.
4 based on 355 reviews
The best Italian food outside of Italy, Maria and her staff are wonderful and very attentive. The ambience is light and refreshing. Crystal glasses on the all of the tables and Roman columns around the room. Food presentation that you eat with you eyes first and then the delicious el dente pasta with sauce. I had the spaghetti, shrimp and aubergine pasta, friends had bolognese and a pizza, all were very tasty. A time to practise your Italian, mange bene, viva bene!
5 based on 215 reviews
Our lunch here was the "best ever"! We were pleasantly surprised and loved the family - Mama prepares the food and it is delicious and her sons/the servers, are professional, fun and knowledgeable! This family made our dining experience in Strasbourg memorable and one of the best meals on our trip!
4 based on 522 reviews
We ate couscous with chicken and marguez sausage it was delicious! With the pickles at the beginning and the home made Harrisa - great home made food. a bit expensive but will definitely be back on our next trip to Strasbourg!
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