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We had a very delicious meal at Café Viola – while it wasn’t our first choice for lunch (the brewery we had hoped to visit was closed for the season), I am very glad we found this restaurant. The décor was more modern than most restaurants in small German towns and on this rainy day we were the only ones in the place. So we chose a table for two beside the large window so we could enjoy the view and watch the view people go by. Our server was so pleasant and the food was delicious.
We started with beer (for Hubby) and hot tea (for me). It was the perfect start. Then Hubby had Flammkuchen, which is a type of very flat pizza that doesn’t taste anything like pizza. Typically it has an herb flavored quark topped with onions and bacon, cheese is optional. It is one of his favorite meals when we eat out and this Flammkuchen was very good. I was cold so I selected the hot French onion soup with a small salad. This was also very good – the warmth hit the spot. I had never seen the type of bread that was in the soup and really not sure what it was, but I like it. We considered dessert, but then decided not to since we were both satisfied from our lunch and didn’t need to walk the town wall overly full. So we paid the tab (which was very reasonable in price) and headed off to the walls.
Overall, it was a nice place near the city center and Rathaus – easy to find and good food. Perfect!
Written May 1, 2012
Address: Marktplatz 16, 86720 Nördlingen, Germany
in many villages and smaller cities you can find resturants that offer tagesessen.
todays dish. only mon-firday from 11 to 2 pm. ususally 6 euro or less for a 3 or more course lunch that normally would cost at least 2-5 euro more. most places post sign or menu stating tages essen. or ask a locol where one is.
Written Oct 28, 2008
This is a beer garden so they sport the normal Bavarian fare and large beers, .5 liters or 1 liters. This place was requested by the Nightwatchman of the bell tower in the cathedral in the center of Nordligen. Climb the 100 something stairs of the tower and ask him where his favorite beer garden is. When I did this he walked over to one of many windows opened it and pointed out the window.
"Outside the city walls through the wall gate make a right then a left then another right. Right next to the tennis courts. Its a twenty five minute walk but well worth it.
Favorite Dish: Spatzle!
Written May 6, 2004
Löpsinger Str. 8
This is not a picture of Cafe Radlos, but from a restaurant in the city centre. I didn't have a picture of cafe Radlos, so I added this one instead.
I was trying to find an internet connection in Nördlingen, and I was actually quite surprised... and very happy... that I found it!!! Nördlingen is not such a big place, so I was afraid I couldn't go online.
Arghh, but they only have one computer in this pub!!! And that one was taken :-( So I had to wait for an hour before I could go online.
I had a good time here, it is actually a very nice cafe and very friendly service. So I wasn't too bored waiting for the computer.
Updated Sep 3, 2002