We live in Wiesbaden but we never went to this restaurant until one of my husband's colleague was leaving and he wanted to go here. Since it was his night, hubby and i agreed half-heartedly. The service is alright. We all 3 had pizzas which is very mediocre.
If you want a really good Italian food and excellent service, may we suggest the following restaurants at the Goldgasse: Il Delfino and Il Mediterreneo (which is right around the corner from Il Delfino and is owned by the same owner); and the Mediterranean, which is next to Il Delfino, and is diagonally up across the street from Comeback Ristorante, is a good bet, as well.
Favorite Dish: None
This is a small local restaurant with a small bar at the front and about a dozen tables. The tables are all along a bench that lines one wall of the restaurant. The tables are covered with cloth table cloths.
The food is prepared with fresh ingredients and is very good. The menu is small with just a few selections, but they are all good.
It is a nice place for a romantic dinner, but I have come for business dinners with small groups. Over Easter they had little bunnies glued to the brick wall at the bar providing a whimsical mood.
Favorite Dish: The menu changes regularly. I have not had anything here that I did not like. I have been back to this restaurant several times since my German teacher in Wiesbaden recommended it.
OK, the name (sounding 1001 nights) is a little bit overestimated, but the food is quite interesting, interiors not so shining but warm enough to enjoy the dinner with relax.
Favorite Dish: The easy-to-prepare starter with onion, cheese, bread and fresh parsley.
Traditional spot well located in downtown.
A little bit antique styled, lots of grandmas & grandpas there ... despite the environment could be a little bit better arranged, it is still (after many years) the best for cakes & pastries ... unbeatable.
Favorite Dish: They offer unforgettable cakes. Take a seat, go to the desk, choose your cake, take your colored slip, go back to your table, wait for the waitresse and finally order with your colored slip ... wait and taste !!!!!
The favorite of my grandma :-)
In Germany you can find lots of italian restaurants but the quality is often bad; this one is an exception offering wonderful meat and different kind of italian courses.
A little bit pricy, but it's worthy of !!!!
Favorite Dish: Filetto di Manzo !!! lecker !!!!!!
And the final Grappa ;-)
Recently refurbished (in 2007) the spot has reopened as a big restaurant with a very nice patio overlooking the Markt square.
Probably the best location a restaurant could be placed.
Favorite Dish: Breakfast ... with tons of everything ... pls forget typical' thin' italian breakfast and go for as much as you can eat !!!!!!!! wurst, eggs, bacon, fuits, butter, bread, jam, ham, salami & whatever ...
Another italian one run by Antonio & son in Wiesbaden Nordenstadt: L'isola. Antonio is from Sardinia and he's running this easy-to-get-access restaurant in a friendly & relaxing atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: Crespelle !!!!! for sure !
A very great experience delivered by reknown chef Juan Amador; this restaurant is the second Amador opened in Germany and it is set to be the "easy access" one to the art of spanish food.
Do not expect to have a cheap menu ... but be aware you'll not be the same anymore once you left, all paid euros worthy the experience !!
Favorite Dish: Crema Catalana ... all the rest (even if super-wonderful) has to scale back to give the first place to this dessert !!!
This is where we wound up when we didn't know where else to go for a drink or a light meal. We sat on the terrace, inside and upstairs with the windows open. A very useful and pleasant spot just off the walking street.
Favorite Dish: My fave was the ham baguette.
My only complaint is that they charged you separately for the gin and the tonic [as did all bars], but didn't bring the whole bottle of tonic [as did all other bars I drank at]
Have only been to this Italian "Eiscafé" and restaurant once so far but will definitely go back! Their "Eisbecher"/sundaes are just awesome if you ask me. The sundaes are huge (for German standards) and sooo yummy! They also had some very yummy looking cakes and offer small dishes like pasta and pizza for reasonable prices.
Oh and don't forget to have a look at the beautiful ceiling if you decide to check the place out!
Blum Cafe is a great spot to people watch while eating some delisous cake and sipping some coffee, but do NOT eat dinner here. I would say it has probably the worst food for how much they make you pay.
Favorite Dish: Cake. Eat the cake.
Very good Corean buffet, good to combine whith a visit to Biebrich castle and park.
Take bus 14 until Schloß Biebrich or 4 until final station. Then walk on the Rhineside until you see the RWB Bootshaus. While eating, you can have a look at the calm riverside.
You can eat all you can for 7,80 Euro from Tuesday to Saturday, 12- 14 h
Special setting for 12,80 Euro Friday and Saturday evening, 18 - 21 h
From 21 h to 23h and on Sundays and festive days you have to pay "à la carte", also from Tuesday to Wednesday in the evening.
Closed on Monday.
Favorite Dish: You'll find cabbage salad whith ginger and chilies and avery tasty soup whith celron and beef stripes, a sort of vegetarian "sushi" (rice rolled in algues whith vegetables)
and an asian fruit salad besides the usual breaded bananas as sweets
It tastes somewhat better than usual Chinese "all you can eats".
The traditional feel begins with the exterior decorations and continues into the warm dark wood-panelled interior of a very traditional German wine pub The word "gemütlich" comes to mind ... there is live music on the weekends! There is a large outdoor terrace that is popular with groups in the summer.
About halfway down the walking street and across the street from the store "Oil & Vinegar" is this new, very popular cafe. It has those wonderful big umbrellas that I saw all over Germany and is acquiring a young and trendy crowd. We only drank here, but worthy of note is the changing light display [relatively gentle!] that circles the bar.
This is one of the several Italian restaurants on narrow Goldgasse. We tried it because my companion had tried all the others and thought "why not". Well don't make the same mistake. The food was pretty miserable. The salad was iceberg lettuce that was boring. The lasagne was a few noodles and a little meat swimming in an oily red sauce. I can't even remember what I had!