Rothenburg ob der Tauber Restaurants

  • Altfrankische Weinstube am Klosterhof
    Altfrankische Weinstube am Klosterhof
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  • Pork tender loin on toast w/mushroom cream gravy
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  • Nürnberger bratwurst served on sauerkraut w/potato
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    SchneeballenTraume: SchneeballenTraume

    by ophiro Written Mar 9, 2014
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    If you want to taste Schneeballen (Snow ball in English) , the local famous pastry dish , you can find a great place that makes many tastes of schneeballen.

    Just in front of the The St. Jakobs-Church.

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    SchneeBallen: Local pastry

    by ophiro Written Mar 9, 2014
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    The Schneeballen , the snow ball in English , is a local pastry located in Rothenburg and known and the signature dish of the city.

    This is 8-10 cm diameter shaped ball and i can say that one is more than enough but try a few tastes.


    Favorite Dish: the one with the champagne was very tasty.

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    Restaurant Michelangelo Rothenburg

    by aussirose Updated Dec 29, 2012

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    This restaurant was next door to our accommodation. I recommend it. The food was lovely and the service was exceptional.

    Here is a review I found on Trip Advisor that seconds what I just said - Restaurant Michelangelo

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    Altfrankische Weinstube am Klosterhof: Unforgettable Experience

    by bpwarne Updated Nov 3, 2012

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    This is a fantastic dining experience while in Rothenburg. Ambiance is very old world charm, Food is excellent, large portions, prices are amazingly reasonable. We ate here twice during a visit to Rothenburg in Sept, 2012 and would definitely seek it out again if ever back in town.

    As a side: Wed night is called 'English Conversation Club' night, your chance to dine/drink with some of the locals who love to practice their English w/foreigners. You'll meet locals such as Herman the German and Peter Pan among others and get a sense of the 'local's' feeling for their great town. An experience we will certainly long remember, it was the highlight of our visit to Rothenburg.

    Favorite Dish: Try the:
    7 Nürnberger bratwurst (sausages) served on sauerkraut with rye bread 6,80 €
    or:
    Pork tender loin on toast with mushroom cream gravy served with a
    cranberry filled pear and salad 9,80 €
    and you must have (come on, you've got room):
    Home made potato soup 3,50 €

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    Gasthof Butz: Great Food, Great Price, Great Ambiance

    by bpwarne Updated Nov 2, 2012

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    This is a great little restaurant on the ground floor of the Inn/B&B of the same name. Great building, very nice ambiance. Food was excellent, very reasonably priced. Actually, we thought it quite a bargain. service was excellent and cheerful. you will not feel like a tourist in this restaurant. I highly recommend it.

    Favorite Dish: I really enjoyed the Schweinebraten, a pork roast dish with potatoes and vegetables that was perfection. Patty loved the Gemuse Strudel, a vegetarian pot pie. Desert was..Apfel Strudel, possibly the best Apple strudel we had in Germany, (and we did have lots of it while there). It came with two scoops of ice cream and whipped cream topping, was quite large and less than 3 euro/ea.

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    Restaurant at Reichs-Kuechenmeister Flair Hotel: Great German food

    by Maria250 Updated Aug 21, 2011

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    Restaurant at Reichs-Kuechenmeister Flair Hotel
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    A very cosy place with very friendly and attentive waiters/waitresses. It yet takes plenty of time until order and food are done. That's quite often with German restaurants serving great & traditional German meals, it takes like forever until finally order is given and even longer until that great meal is served. The big, big plus of restaurant at Reichs-Kuechenmeister Flair Hotel, they provid an extra room for non smoker. Had Zander fish, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut with white wine sauce, and hot tea to drink along the meal.

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    don't remember the name: Delicious sausages

    by Ilney Updated Jun 13, 2011

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    Do not miss the delicious german sausages found in almost any restaurant. To me they are the best ones in the world.
    Schmiedgasse is a street that starts from Marktpl. and goes down to Plonlein ( Little Square) ;lots of little restaurants can be found there.

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    Rothenburg Restaurant and Beer Garden List

    by davequ Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Beer Garden Behind St. Jacobs

    At this link:

    Romantic Road Restaurants
    is a full list and short description of most Rothenburg restaurants and beer gardens in the old city.

    This web site also has good maps and other info on the city and the whole Romantic Road highlights.

    Another good website with lots of recommendations is Rothenburg's site:
    Rothenburg

    Favorite Dish: One of my favorite places is a nice beer garden (Reichs-Kuchenmeister) behind St. Jacobs church.
    One of the few in Rothenburg that stays open late with excellent beer, schnaaps, wine and food.

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    Gasthof Bezold - Rothenburg ob de Tauber: Top notch German food outside the Galgen Gate

    by davequ Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    My best meal in all of Germany

    Delicious, authentic German/Frankonian food and atmosphere.
    Just outside the NE Gallows (Galgen) Gate of Rothenburg's old city, this was the best meal I had in all of Germany.
    True German old-world ambience, world-class personal service from the landlord Gunter Mittermeier and his wife Irmgard.

    Gasthof Bezold is an inn and you can stay there as well. Menu was in German only (take a Marling Menumaster with you... it's a lifesaver), locals ate there, extremely affordable prices, WONDERFUL food.

    Take the time to check out the website & see it yourself so you can plan to go there. Everything you want to know about Gasthof Bezold can be found here:
    Gasthof Bezold website

    Enjoy!

    Favorite Dish: Zwiebelrostbraten mit Spatzle und Salat:
    A generous and perfectly-cooked cut of roast beef with onions and the best Spatzle I ever ate. The roast was very tender and flavorful.

    I also had an "appetizer" (ha ha) of Bratwurst mit Sauerkraut und Bauernbrot : (just what it says.. and bauernbrot is delicious home-baked German farm bread).
    All with a great German beer to wash down the bratwurst, followed by a fantastic local wine with the rostbraten. Also a delicious and sweet slice of apple strudel for dessert . All of this for 55DM, only $28 / or Eu25 !!! (in 2001)

    Check out their menu at this link:
    The Gasthof Bezold menu

    Note: I liked the food and ambience so much, I ate like a Schwein. (oink) You can eat just as well there for much less.

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    Baumeisterhaus: Words fail me.....

    by Maryimelda Updated Jan 30, 2010

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    Atrium in middle of building......
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    This restaurant can be found in the Baumeisterhaus, which is an historic old building which I have described in my Things To Do Tips. The building itself is worth a look, but the restaurant should not be missed on any visit to Rothenburg. In retrospect, I wish I had planned to have an evening meal there during my stay, but somehow it just didn't work out that way, but I had a wonderful mid afternoon break there and was absolutely gobsmacked. The staff were not just friendly because they had to be. With these people I got the feeling that their welcoming and caring attitudes were 100% genuine. I can't describe the decor, you will need to look at the pics for that. Be sure to enlarge them for a better view.

    Favorite Dish: I chose hot chocolate and apple strudel with cream and ice cream. Far too extravagant for a tubby like me, I know but who could resist?

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    Adria's: Just for a change

    by Maryimelda Written Dec 29, 2009

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    Yellow building on right of Tower

    Every now and then, I feel the need for a break from the local food. For instance, as much as I love pork in all its wonderful forms, I do need to have a night or two off it from time to time. Adria's is a little Italian Restaurant situated right at the Roedertor. The service was friendly and efficient and I was made to feel very welcome.

    Favorite Dish: I had a very nice Minestrone followed by a Spaghetti Napoletana with a green salad on the side. Washed down by a 1/4 litre of red with a total bill of 17.30 euro, I certainly had no complaints and the fact that I had only a few metres to go to my hotel made it even better for a tired traveller.

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    Brot und Zeit: Cheap Lunch

    by Maryimelda Updated Dec 29, 2009

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    Just a very good bakery which serves light meals, sandwiches and hot and cold drinks as well as a myriad of pastries. There is a casual seating area as well and very important to me, lovely clean restrooms.

    Favorite Dish: I chose a BLT and a Latte which cost all of 4.30 euro. No fancy presentation but very tasty anyway.

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    Ratsstuben: Good atmosphere,budget priced

    by Maryimelda Written Dec 29, 2009

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    You won't get a restaurant more authentic than this. Situated right in the Marketplatz, it is easy to find and always busy. You can sit outside if you prefer, but I would suggest that you go inside as the Bavarian ambience is wonderful.

    Favorite Dish: I must have been ravenous because I ordered soup and Schweinshaxel (usually the Schweinshaxel is more than I can handle , without having soup as well!) In any event the meal was delicious and with a glass of red wine thrown in, it cost a total of 17.50 euro.

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    Eiscafe Mauro: A chance to practise my Italian!

    by leics Updated Aug 12, 2009

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    A small cafe on Schmiedgasse (on the way to Plonlein) came to my aid when the desire for kafe & kuchen became too strong.

    I wanted to sit outside, but grey weather seemed to have reduced the number of cafes willing to put up their parasols. So I was very pleased to find Mauro's, with just a few tables.

    It's really an 'Italienisches Eiscafe'...an Italian ice-cream place.........but they also serve snacks and drinks, so it suited me.

    I chose the poppyseed cake. Very nice, and very filling.

    Once I realised the friendly and courteous staff were actually Italian we had a bit of fun doing transactions in Italian rather than German. Which was most enjoyable. :-)

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  • Weinstube zum Pulverer: Great Food!

    by GregJackP Written Feb 18, 2008

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    Located next to the Burgtor and across from the puppet theater, this is a good choice for a non-touristy meal in a town that caters to tourists. Since it is not on the main square and is not mentioned in the Night Watchman's tour, many visitors may miss it, so you don't have to compete with big crowds.

    The inside of the restaurant is very beautiful, with detailed wood carvings (including the chairs).

    The staff is very friendly and were tolerant of my really bad German.

    Favorite Dish: The Kasesuppe im Brotteig (cheese soup in bread loaf) is absolutely delicious and goes well with the good German beer that they serve.

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