I just had espresso & water, but it has a cafe type food menu too.
Best bit is sitting on the pavement on a warm spring afternoon, watching the world go by.
Good friendly service. That's Bavaria for you...
€5.60 for my wee refresher.
Favorite Dish: Espresso, or water?
Crawled in here today after a 24km cycle from Gaimersheim.
Food & drink urgently required. They supplied the goods, and quickly. A good pizza. A great beer. Friendly service (my German is very poor).
It was my 2nd visit, so must have been good the 1st time too!
€7 for the pizza (30cm, with black olives, Parma ham & artichoke hearts).
€2.90 for the beer.
A typical "no frills" pizzeria.
Favorite Dish: Pizza...beer...
Perhaps this ought to be filed under "off the beaten track". It is.
It is also worth the effort to find. Set in the middle of a small village, next to the monastery. As an aside, you will very often find restaurants next to churches in Bavaria. This results from the local tradition of men going for a beer after church on Sunday.
It is a traditional place in some ways - decor, for example. It has a modern feel to it as well - harder to pin down. It has been in the Böhm family for centuries. It's a hotel as well as a restaurant, and also hosts seminars.
Food was excellent. Service - the same. We bumped into friends out celebrating his birthday, so it all turned very convivial as well.
The prices on the menu seemed on the high side, but I wasn't paying so can't be precise.
I had cream of kohlrabi soup, and then a venison ragout. All delicious.
I suspect it gets busy at weekends, so best to book in advance.
Was back last night for my birthday dinner. "Excellent" again.
Favorite Dish: My braised venison...
This is a wonderful place for a quiet delicious dinner. It looks like a very traditional Gasthof from outside, but inside it is modern. However they have retained the warm. cosy atmosphere.
When we were there it was mid-February and -12°c outside, so the warm ambiance was much appreciated.
A great menu. For starter I had carpaccio of roast beetroot with crayfish tails and rocket, in a vinaigrette. Outstanding, but not Gasthof food. Main course was Schwäbischer Zwiebelrostbraten mit Spätzle und Salat - beef with Spätzle and crispy fried onions. Also wonderful. I washed it down with a glass of German red from the Wurzburg area (sorry, can’t be more precise).
My friend had fish soup and then fish salad (hot fish, cold salad). Looked & smelled fabulous. Next time.
I didn’t pay, so can’t be precise about costs, but it seemed good value. Always hard to tell when you just see prices on the menu and haven’t it eaten yet!
Just been back for my 2nd visit - Early March '12. Excellent again!
Favorite Dish: The roast beetroot etc!
This is the best and my favourite coffee house here. Visited this town already in the past, I always used to come here to the city centre to have a cup of coffee with a good cake from their own bakery. Always excellent, fresh and tasty. However, on a hot summer day, to get a bit cool I actually ordered cold Weizen beer which make this lovely city look even better.
Cafe Voila in the city centre at the shopping area, a good place afternoon coffee or beer after you finish with your sightseeing and shopping. Popular also among the young people. In a hot summer day this coffee place terrace is practical in the afternoon being in the shadow.
After driving and riding all day long the kids surely had a great appetite. Here at the beer and food tent Amos is having the traditional sausage and French fries, or, as the locals say: Wurst mit pommes PS: Do not worry too much, that 1 litre glass of beer was mine.
While walking around in the city there are few very nice places to sit outside by the river and drink a cold beer. During summer or sunny days, it cannot get much better then that.