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    Dionyssos im Hirsch Weinstube: Great Greek!

    by tericee Updated May 22, 2007

    The best Greek food I've had in Germany is at a place on a little cobblestone road in Moehringen, which is a suburb of Stuttgart. Every time I take friends or family to this place, they rave about every dish.

    Favorite Dish: No matter what else I eat, I always try to have an order of Saganaki, which is fried cheese, Greek style. Yum yum yum!

    When my brothers and sister in law were visiting last Christmas, their favorite dish was the octopus appetizer (#214, I believe). If you're into octopus, you shouldn't miss it!

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    Besitos: Tapas!

    by tinypenguin Written Apr 26, 2007

    Besitos is a bar/restaurant right in the middle of Stuttgart, easy to reach by rail and road. In spite of its size, I find it quite cosy due to its supposedly spanish interior with warm colours and comfy furniture. They also have an outside area where they also serve food, blankets are provided for free when the temperature goes down at night. The food, mainly Tapas, is always fresh and delicious, they are also quite quick with it so you don't have to wait long even at peak times. It's also a good place to go for cocktails and not too expensive, and certainly worth the money. I would suggest booking a table in advance, as it's usually very busy, especially in the evenings. Food is served until midnight, with happy hour from 5 to 8 pm.

    Favorite Dish: I don't have a favourite dish, everything I ordered so far was delicious.

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    Café Künstlerbund: After the opera

    by Nemorino Updated Jul 12, 2006

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    This is where we went after the opera recently.

    The name Künstlerbund means "Artists' Federation" and the café is on the first floor (one flight up) of the Kunstgebäude (Art Building) on Schloßplatz, just a couple minutes' walk from the opera house.

    We had a nice midnight snack of prawns and saffron rice, and a long conversation.

    Open daily from 9.00 to 1.00 the next morning, but they were very nice about letting us sit around a bit longer than that.

    Weather permitting, they also have a nice sidewalk café out front.

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    Ochs'n Willi: Good German Cooking

    by Jasen71 Written Jun 28, 2006

    For the local Swabian foods try this restaurant! The owner of old has retired now, but some of his photos of the rich and famous that had dined here are still to be seen on the walls.

    The menu has full fat, low fat and vegetarian options, and the food and service is great.. apart from being called 'English' I was most happy with it all..

    Favorite Dish: The smoked pork joint served with red hot horse raddish and mustard..

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    Kachelofen: Homely Restaurant with Local Food

    by Jasen71 Written Jun 28, 2006

    Why not try out the Kachelofen restaurant!? The most popular of the Weinstuben – small, homely restaurant known for its wine and traditional cooking.

    Favorite Dish: Well being part german/austrian I love coming to Germany and enjoying home style cooking as it reminds myself of my mothers cooking and times past. I would say the Schinkenwurst and Weisswurst with the correct mustard is a must.

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    Wielandshöhe: Amazing views

    by AndreSTGT Updated Feb 1, 2006

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    Stuttgart's second restaurant belongs to one of Germany's most famous chefs, but my opinion on this place is somewhat abiguous. The restaurant is located on a hill above the city centre surrounded by greenery and old villas, the dining room is lovely and the views are amazing, but the food was a bit disappointing considering the reputation (and the prices) of this establishment. Not that it was bad, it was simply a bit bland and uncreative to justify spending so much money on it. Service and atmosphere were both impeccable.
    Set Meals between 68-98€

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    Speisemeisterei: Haute Cuisine in a castle

    by AndreSTGT Updated Feb 1, 2006

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    This is Stuttgart's poshest and most renowned restaurant, highly-decorated with two Michelin stars. It's located in a stately castle in the suburb of Hohenheim and the dining room is sumptuous splendour taken to new heights. The service is predictably perfect and so is the food, mostly French haute cuisine with subtle attempts at fusion. Set meals cost between 69€ for 3 courses and 135€ for 8 courses which can be chosen from the a-la carte menu. Not exactly cheap, of course, but in this case one has to consider cooking an artform and the chef being the artist who sells his oeuvres.
    While i thoroughly enjoy enjoy the food at such establishments i usually find the atmosphere a bit stifling, too formal for my taste, but that's the only complaint i have, apart from that everything was perfect.

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    GERMAN SAUSAGES: WURST

    by daryll Written Jul 29, 2005

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    Another thing a MUST TRY when come to GErmany especially events in the summer is to eat GErman sausages. THEy called it wurst. Huge and succelent eaten either on its own or with a hotdog bun. I had it with gherkin pickles and mustard for dinner. JUST PERFECT.

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    Any guest house: German Breakfast

    by daryll Written Jul 28, 2005

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    It was a very big breakfast, and i was amazed having salami and liver pate, served with typical german pretzel and homemade crossaint, does really make a good day to start to explore stuttgart.

    What i miss most it the Precious pork liver pate (which i will never eat before) but after introduced it became my most favourite process meat items.
    Nice way of eating it with mustard on you rye bread.

    Big Breakfast
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    Any Guesthouse: Maultaschen for Lunch

    by daryll Written Jul 28, 2005

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    Hot food, recommended is famous maultaschen dish. It sort of like a pasta soup dish (more or less like tortelinini with broth). What makes it so delicious is the filling contains cheese and spinach. Sprinkle on top with fried red onions. Seems to be like fusion mix oriental and italian style.

    Lets Feast
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  • Orient: for halal food

    by egain Written Jun 5, 2005

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    This one is in Bad Cansttatt just a train over from Hauptbanhof. The good thing is just opposite the U-Bahn station. Meals are good but I especially love the background music they have..which is mainly middle eastern instrumental.

    There´s variety of middle eastern delights. And they also have Meal set only for €4,80 which includes soft drink and fries. The tea and coffee is refillable. Opens till midnite

    Favorite Dish: Love doner kebab, hamburger (it´s hard to get halal meat burger), Yufka, and cäy (tea)

    Nite view

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    The Wienerwald: Enjoy hendl menus....

    by barbskie Updated Mar 8, 2005

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    Just at the Main Street, good food, its simplicity is combined with its beatiful interior decorations similar to real Vienna Patios. A familyfriendly restaurant with a reasonable prices. Also offers a take away service.

    Favorite Dish: I'ved tried their Hendl breast bedded with asian vegetables. Very fine and quite recommendable for those who wants to keep their ideal BMI. Hmmmm real yummy!

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    Spaghettiss'simo: Keep it a secret...

    by IceBear7 Updated Jan 21, 2005

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    A great place in the city center with huge pizzas and low prices! Big menu with "normal" prices but special offers every week.
    My pizza was 3.97 euro and the special dessert only 1.51 euro.

    fantastic place! not that fancy but great for a dinner among friends.

    Favorite Dish: pizza with spinach

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    Maredo: A passable steak

    by phred1910 Written Dec 13, 2004

    A surf and turf restaurant with a salad bar....

    Favorite Dish: The steaks are passable for an American....not as good as Los Gauchos in Koblenz or my local butcher in Schorndorf, which are the only two places I have found a steak that could compete with the US.

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    Japanisches Restaurant Kicho: A little slice of Japan

    by phred1910 Written Dec 13, 2004

    When you walk in and see all the Japanese expats eating, you know you are in a good place. Run by Japanese, with authentic dishes and a good variety. Quality is excellent. I have brought Japanese visitors who comment on the quality, so I feel comfortable bringing anyone here.

    Open for lunch and dinner Monday thru Saturday and dinner only on Sunday
    1200-1400 Lunch
    1800-2300 Dinner

    Favorite Dish: The sushi is very fresh and the shabu-shabu is also good.

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