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A delightful little Imbiss near to the river,you eat at the table outside or take your lunch down to the river side and sit on the benches watching the world go by .
But what a backdrop to have your lunch at.
The trickle of the river nearby with a fantastic view.
Favorite Dish: We had Curry wurst with Pommes frites and mayonnaise, it was lovely and all for €7:50 for the two of us.
Below is a link not related to the imbiss,but for Bus timetables.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Main Street
We found this restaurant purely on the basis that we wanted to have Jaeger Schnitzel with Bratkartofel, our favorite that we haven't had the chance to savor in 25yrs or more.
Looking from the outside it dosent look anything special, however inside it was clean modernish? with very good service and friendly people to match.
Nothing was too much trouble for them, and they checked to make sure everything was ok with the meal.
Nice to see genuine service.
Favorite Dish: Jaeger Schnitzel with wild Mushrooms and Brat Kartofel cooked to perfection.
Jaeger Schnitzel to those who are not familiar is like a pork steak and bratkartofel is fried potatoes.
with a savory sauce on top of the Jaeger Schnitzel.
Updated May 18, 2007
Address: Hotel Monch
Let's face it, this is what a lot of the Ahr valley is about and you quickly realise why when you discover the micro climate here - there were midges in late October along the riverside! We stopped at the one in the picture, a "Winzergenossenschaft" with vineyards in Altenahr and the nearby village of Mayschoss (see website below).
Favorite Dish: The rosé we tried...mmm...
Updated Nov 5, 2006
Before you set off wine tasting it may be a good idea to get something in your stomach, so that you can drink more wine. There are two take aways between the railway station and the bridge. They serve Bratwurst, French fries and other favourites.
Written Oct 31, 2006
This restaurant had been recommended to us, and when we saw that the menu was German and not catering to tourist tastes, we decided to give it a try. We were there during the asparagus season, and they had a special asparagus menu in addition to their usual menu. All of the food was freshly prepared and cooked on the premises, including the mouthwatering gateaux. The service was excellent, and the surroundings were very comfortable. We chose this restaurant for our last night treat, as it is slightly more expensive than some of the others in the village, but it is worth it for the quality.
Favorite Dish: We chose 500gms asparagus with Hollandaise sauce and new potatoes to start. We asked if we could share the dish, and this was no problem - it was even served on two separate plates. The asparagus was the thick white variety favoured in Germany, not the thinner green variety usually found in the UK. The asparagus was tender but still with some bite, and was complemented perfectly by the light sauce.
For our main course we chose wild venison casserole with wild mushrooms. This was accompanied by home made spatzle (noodles), fried in butter and dressed with nutmeg, and red cabbage and apple. The portions were huge, and the food was out of this world.
For dessert we had gooseberry gateau and apple pie. Both were delicious.
Written Jun 20, 2005