Regensburg Restaurants

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    Spitalbräu: hausbrauerei

    by bonio Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Always attracted by somewhere that brews their own beers, a Sunday lunchtime visit and lucky to find a table, it was extremely busy, we shared with another beer and food lover and a good chance for Mrs Bonio to practice her German.
    Difficult to fault, food and beers excellent and portions very large - just how we like it!

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    Wurstküche: history in a roll

    by iaint Updated Mar 24, 2011

    This place dates back to the 12th century! The oldest sausages in town?

    But seriously, it is famous in the region. It is right on the banks of the Donau, by the Steinerne Brücke.

    The old bit of the restaurant - the wee building which belches out the smell of grilled sausages - is where you go for the traditional version, served in a bread roll with sweet mustard and sauerkraut. The latter are optional, and you choose how many sausages you want in the roll.

    You can sit at tables inside or out, or stroll along the riverbank with your old style fast food.

    It has a newer section in the old salt mill next door, which I believe is more of a “sit down” restaurant. We didn’t go for that - preferring to leave room for coffee & cake later on.

    I didn’t pay, so can’t help with prices. It is open 8am to 7pm daily.

    Favorite Dish: ROFL!

    Not much choice!

    busy at 11am! it the view as you munch the goodies
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    Taj Mahal: Good curry

    by bonio Written Jan 8, 2008

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    Indian restaurant between our hotel and the city centre so, guaranteed a visit!
    An early evening visit so pretty quiet and beginning to fill as we left so looks like a popular place to eat. Food and welcome certainly very good and comfortable surroundings to eat in, particularly enjoyed our samosa starters.

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    Sushi am Dom: Great Sushi and friendly people

    by CassiopieaSeeker Updated Nov 21, 2007

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    I like eating here because the sushi taste really good and it is always presented nicely, the people that have served us have always have been pretty friendly. Some of the waitresses speak English which is always helpful. I found a website that has a picture of the menu, i included it in my pics, it is in german but, you can figure it out, if not ask one of the english speaking waitresses

    Favorite Dish: My favorite dish is the California rolls and the avocado Maki. My husband is more adventurous so he always orders one of the nigri platters.

    my favorites, california rolls and avacodo maki pic of sign outside the resaurant pic of the menu

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    Der Grieche im Herzogshof: A delicious Greek Restauran

    by Cristian_Uluru Written Sep 24, 2007

    Der Grieche im Herzogshof is a fantastic Greek restaurant. It was the first time that I tried the Greek cousine and, in my opinion, it is delicious!!! The atmosphere is very friendly and also the staff.
    A great experience!!!

    Favorite Dish: I tried some very good dishes here. I can suggest the Lammkoteletts: grilled chop of lamb with potatoes, rice and vegetables. Very good is also the Fischteller: a mix grill of white fish, squids, prawns...with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
    If you don't like these dishes you can taste the Bifteki: two slice of beef filling of vegetables.
    A great experience!!!

    Der Grieche im Herzogshof
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    Kneitinger: Authentic Regensburg

    by dentremo Written Dec 13, 2005

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    If you are looking for some authentic Bavarian cusine and excellent bock beer, come to Kneitinger, where according to their website you will find native Bavarians sitting next to Americans, artists next to entrepeneurs, and schoolkids next to retired people.

    There is inside that is decorated in the traditional Bavarian manner and a less- formal glass-covered heated alley outside with large wooden benches.

    Word of Warning: Don't try to take your food from the McDonalds across the street to the outside tables and don't try to order a coke. There is something in their charter that forbids them from selling any mass-produced products - or something like that.

    This place is also a great place to people watch. Last time I was there, I saw a pretty funny domestic dispute which ended up in the wife tipping the table over on her husband.

    Also, if you see my buddy Herbert, say hi to him for me (see pic). I met him there once when I was trying to practice my German and he decided to use me to practice his 'G.I. English' (whatever that was). Anyway, he gave me his picture for some odd reason???

    Say hi to Herbert for me!

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    Peaches: Monday Pizza deal

    by dentremo Updated Dec 12, 2005

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    This place is packed on Monday when classes are in session at the university so get there early. A very large pizza only costs 5.10 euros (any pizza on the menu). Other than its size, the pizza is nothing special. I wouldn't buy one at normal price, but on Mondays theres no cheaper way to get full. Two people can even split a pizza, unless they're really hungry.

    Di-Do 19:00-01:00
    Fr,Sa 19:00-03:00
    Mo 18:00-01:00

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    Al Camino: Pizza and People Watching

    by dentremo Written Dec 12, 2005

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    This used to be my favorite pizzaria in the world, but it has since changed ownership and the quality has suffered -not to say its bad, but it no longer stands out. I think the new owners also own the asian take-out joint around the corner (I was in the asian place and saw a waiter from Al Camino come in to pick up a few onions!).

    If you are there in the summer, it is great to sit outside and watch people walk back and forth in Haidplatz.

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    Pizza Telex: Excellent Cheap Pizza

    by dentremo Written Dec 10, 2005

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    If you are on a budget and want some really tasty take-out pizza, check out Pizza Telex. A pizza Margherita only costs 2.30 euros, and each topping is onle 30 cents extra. The inside of the place is pretty sparse, but don't let that turn you off, this is the best deal in town.

    The pizzas aren't huge, but it is perfect for a mid-sized appetite. If you are really hungry, you might need two.

    Pizza Telex is in the northwestern part the old city in a residential area off the beaten track, so make sure you know how to get there before going looking for it.

    open 16:00 - 23:00.

    Favorite Dish: It's all good, but I have always ordered the Pizza Hawaii.

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    Historische Wurstkuchl: Saugages + Chucrut

    by Redang Updated Oct 2, 2005

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    As far as I know (according with some brochures), this is the oldest restaurant in Germany which specializes in saugages.

    Favorite Dish: "Sechs auf Kraut", wich means six saugages with chucrut: 6,50 $ (5,40 €) (Aug. '05)

    Historische Wurstkuchl (Regensburg, Germany)

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    Hotel Bischofshof: a nice enough outdoor seating area for a brew

    by richiecdisc Updated Sep 11, 2005

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    I can’t say I was overly impressed by this place though I was amused by a group of young Bavarian guys who were obviously quite drunk and enjoying a day out from the farm in their lederhosen. It was a bit of an upscale place and since we had eaten and the food was on the expensive side (it is right next to the Dom), I got right to business. I was there for one thing only, to sample the beers of the Bischofs Brewery. It does have a nice enough outside seating area to take a break from sightseeing if you're in the mood for refreshment.

    Favorite Dish: The Bischofs Original 1649 Hell was a golden beauty with a creamy head. Its fruity palate was dry for a helles beer with a distinctive floral hoppy nose and finish. The Pils was uncharacteristically fruity as well but very light in body as befits the style and the long dry bitter finish brings it back to form.

    a nice enough outdoor seating area
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    Die Alte Wurstkuche: ok, perhaps a tourist trip but

    by richiecdisc Updated Sep 11, 2005

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    This historic old restaurant is purported to be the oldest in Germany, clocking in at over 800 years old. It’s obviously become quite a tourist attraction and on the blue dye rinse set tour, be it by bus or boat. It manages to not be engulfed by this madness and exudes some old world charm. With such early opening hours, it’s easy enough to avoid the masses by having a breakfast of their famous Regensburger sausages before the boats dock or buses ramble into town. The inside is a bit cramped but there is a nice outside seating area where you can soak in the ambience of the flowing Danube.

    Favorite Dish: Regensburger sausages are one of Germany’s most coveted. Most Germans are strong proponents of their particular brand of sausage but Regensburg’s variety draws raves from most. They go well with the Thurn & Taxis Pils, a rocky-headed straw colored brew that straddles the hop/bitter fence well into it’s clean dry finish. You can buy the sausges in groups of two depending on how hungry you are and they are served with a basket of locally baked rustic rolls that you pay for per roll. It's reasonable but not as inexpensive as other less touristed places.

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    Kneitinger Brauerei: the one thing not to miss

    by richiecdisc Updated Sep 11, 2005

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    I must admit I didn’t eat nor even drink a beer here. I did pop in to check it out and it’s a bustling place full of locals and tourists alike. It’s right in the center of town and pretty crowded at main hours. The Kneitinger Brewery has another outlet called the Kneitingerkeller up at Galgenberg-strasse 18. It’s a bit away from where most tourists go but that’s another reason I like it. It’s also quite handy from the train station though a steep short climb! I’ve literally jumped out of a train on a short layover and made it up here for a few beers. So, why no photo of this great treasure you might ask? Well, I did take photos but the camera was lost in a Munich beer garden, along sadly with the film from the trip. At any rate, I have sweet memories as you can read in my General Tips. Suffice it to say, it’s a classic old Bavarian restaurant/beer hall with dark wood paneling, some stuffed animal heads with horns, and chuck full of locals enjoying some of the regions finest brews. In summer, there is a nice beer garden to enjoy them under a shady chestnut tree. A must see!

    Favorite Dish: Kasslerbraten is a smoky ham generally served with simple boiled potatoes and sauerkraut. We were lucky enough to be served this at their annual bock beer tapping festival and much to our surprise, it was free. I also had classic Regenburger sausages on a subsequent trip, which were tasty and quite inexpensive. Out in the beer garden, we enjoyed kalterbraten(5.80 Euros for a huge portion), a cold roast beef that goes perfectly with their great beers. Their helles or light lager is their most popular brew and certainly a thirst quencher that hits the spot on a hot day, but the dunkles or dark lager is the one to seek out. Though generously hopped, the bitter signature comes from roasted malt and makes a perfect accompaniment to German culinary treats well represented on their menu. Their bock beer comes out in November at which time there is a ceremonial tapping of the first keg. It’s a joyous affair full of camaraderie and a great place to meet up with the friendly locals who are quite astonished that you found our about their coveted secret. The beer is a sublime nectar that both mocks and transcends their dunkles, chuck full of rich malt for density and strength but well hopped for a balance that makes it most quaffable.

    an atmospheric old pub
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    Spitalgarten: betcha can't eat more than one

    by richiecdisc Updated Sep 11, 2005

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    Spitalgarten may not be a true beer garden by Munich standards as you cannot bring your own food, nor are there self-service kiosks dolling out liter sized mugs of beer, but with ample and inexpensive food and a bustling atmosphere, it is surely more than a mere outdoor restaurant. With a fantastic view of Regensburg’s skyline across the scenic Danube, the casual eatery offers up big leafy chestnut trees and wooden benches that beckon you to do more than just wolf down a meal in between sightseeing.

    Favorite Dish: One thing to always keep an eye out for in Germany is the “tageskarte.” This daily menu offers up the best value meal you can find for lunch. It’s generally very filling, tasty, and a good accompaniment to beer. On this particular day, we had schwammerlbraten mit semmeknodel und salat. This is pork in a creamy mushroom sauce served with a bread dumpling and cold cabbage salad. At only 7.50 Euros, it would have been a bargain if served alone but it came with a half liter of your choice of house-brewed beer. The food was delicious and went perfectly with both the helles and dunkles beers on tap. The former was a fruity brew that dried out considerably in the clean bitter finish while the dunkles started out with a bitter coffee palate before an uncertain and somewhat disappointing finish. When you consider that most beer gardens in Munich charge close to 7 Euros for just a liter of beer compared to just 5 here, it is not such bad form that you can’t bring your own food, especially when even that is quite reasonable.

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    Klosterschenke Weltenburg: just a short boat trip away

    by richiecdisc Updated Sep 10, 2005

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    This gem of a beer haven is not in Regensburg but well worth the pilgrimage to get here. Actually, many people make a pilgrimage out here and don’t even drink beer. The monastery is quite a draw amongst older Germans but those in the know are quite aware that the monks make some divine beer too. The stone vaulted beer hall is atmospheric but we were there in summer so the beer garden was the place to sit. With the monastery as its backdrop, I was in beery heaven. 

    Favorite Dish: Before we toured the monastery, we sat down at a table beneath the chestnut trees and ordered a schweinebraten (roast pork) with knodel (dumpling) that went very well with their Barock Dunkle beer. This ruby brown treat has a frothy tan head and low carbonation, making it quite drinkable. The full bodied brew has a roast malt palate that becomes bittersweet in the finish. After checking out the monastery and before hoping on the boat back, we enjoyed the monks’ special klosterkase (a spicy white cheese) that complimented their Asam Bock quite well. This very dark beauty has reddish highlights and a creamy dense tan head. There is licorice in the nose and the palate is full of dried fruit and malt but finishes with some roast in the surprisingly dry for the strength finish.

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