Having wandered around Fuessen for a while looking for somewhere different to eat, we decided to try Ludwigs. I had read an awful review on another site, but the rest were more positive so we decided to give it a go!
There were plenty of people eating outside in the street, but we opted for an inside table upstairs in their restaurant. This was pretty much empty but that suits me fine!
The waiter wasnt overly friendly but wasnt rude or offensive in any way, he was just getting on with his job. I ordered an allgauer special and my husband ordered the mixed grill. This was the largest mixed grill either of us had ever seen with a huge side salad! Both meals were delicious and we didnt have room for anything else!
The decor on the inside is very Ludwig oriented, obviously! There are paintings of him and his castles on the walls and its a very nice place to eat. Would definately recommend it!
Favorite Dish: The mixed grill! For sheer size and deliciousness!
This restaurant is part of the Hotel Altstadt Zum Hechten but it is also open to the general public. so even if you don't stay in the hotel, be sure to give the restaurant a try.
Favorite Dish: I ordered one of my favourites, Jaeger schnitzel and it was good and hearty with a lovely thick gravy. The best was yet to come however, the apple strudel was the best I had in all my travels through Germany, and Austria. Served warm with ice cream and thick cream it was mouth watering. As usual I had a small jug of red wine and the total bill was 18.40 euro. What a bargain!
If you come out of the main door of the train station and turn left, you will head up the street towards the shopping area of Fuessen. In the first block from the station on the left, you will find a snack/sandwich/lunch bar. (Sorry, I don't know what they are called in Germany, in Australia we would call it a snack bar or a take-away.)
Favorite Dish: Here I had the best and cheapest lunch of my six week holiday. They serve a thick slab of hot Leberkasse on a fresh bread roll with mustard of course, for 1.40 euro. It will melt inyour mouth.
We didn't actually eat much here, but what we did was very nice.
What I really wanted to pass on was the ambience of the place. It has a very up market feel about it, despite the rudeness of the waitress when we were there.
She did have an excuse mind, they were very busy and she didn't understand English but I still feel a smile is much better than a scowl or turning your back on someone.
I'd like to go back on a day when they're not so busy.
Favorite Dish: I actually was so thirsty I had a hot chocolate earlier and the milkshake to follow up.
There was one thing I'd never seen before and that was a stirrer with lots of small honey crystals (pic 2) stuck to it. Very novel, and very tasty!
The milkshake was about twice the price that you pay in Australia but, I was just glad to finally see one.
The Restaurant Maximilian´s is located on the first floor of the Sonne Hotel. Here you can taste very good Bavarian food. I can suggest the Alpensee Fish and the Maximilian Plate: beef, pork and Bavarian Medaillons with cheese and souces. It is great!!!