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    Zum Domstein: Have tea here after seeing the cathedral

    by ELear Updated May 30, 2010

    The Zum Domstein isn't only great for lunch and supper. It's also a good place to go after visiting the cathedral (just behind it) for tea and home-made apple strudel, with or without a splodge of home-made ice cream. Friendly waitresses. Good for families. Plenty of local people.

    Favorite Dish: Apple strudel

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    Krim: A wonderful surprise

    by Maryimelda Updated Jan 24, 2010

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    Krim

    I'm sorry that I forgot to note the address of this restaurant but it is reasonably easy to find in a side street off the main square. Inside or outside dining is available. The theme is very local but the food comes from everywhere.

    Favorite Dish: Naturally, I chose the Australian Barramundi, grilled with chips and salad. Absolutely delicious and the strudel was one of the best I had in all my 2009 trip. Good service friendly staff and all up with a glass of the inevitable red was 23 euro. Well worth a visit.

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    New Mintons: Steak the way I like it........

    by Maryimelda Updated Jan 24, 2010

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    New Mintons....

    New Minton's is situated in Jakobstrasse and fronts on to a little square with a beautiful old tree in the centre. There is an extensive outdoor area to dine or drink or inside if you prefer. The service was efficient and friendly and the price was right for my budget.

    Favorite Dish: I chose a steak with chips, salad and mushroom sauce, just like I have at home. It was mouthwatering and at 14 euro for the steak and 4 euro for a glass of good dry red, it was a bargain as well.

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    CUMVINO: Wonderfully Presented Dishes

    by ViajesdelMundo Written Nov 1, 2009

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    We were fortunate to be in the company of our good friend from Heidelberg, who had recently spent a special weekend in Trier with her girlfriends for her 50th birthday; so she suggested the restaurant/wine bar. As always, we weren't disappointed with her choice.
    Spacious setting, with tables widely apart from each other. The sevice was excellet, including suggestions made when requested, which turned out perfect. All the food was artistically presented and delicious.

    Favorite Dish: I had the rack of lamb, which was superb! very tender and delicious, good portions. see photo

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    zum domstein: german & italian

    by doug48 Written Jun 10, 2008

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    zum domstein

    the zum domstein is a large restaurant at the hauptmarkt. they offer typical german fare but also have a "roman menu". the roman menu are dishes from ancient trier. a very interesting place to eat when in trier.

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    Zur Steipe restaurant.: Go here and eat or drink coffee.

    by Dizzyhead Written Apr 26, 2008

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    I liked this restaurant. It was very nice inside, but when I wa there i sat outside in the sunshine.

    Favorite Dish: My dish was a typical wienerwurst with some good German beer. It ws a really a delicious meal and I love the German sausage. i want to eat it more. And swallow it done with a cold German beer.

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    Unknown name: But a perfect ending

    by Segolily Updated Mar 3, 2008

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    We had dinner at a restaurant overlooking the Porta Nigra square. We ate at a table with a view of the gate. The service was good, friendly and timely. The food was great. It was a wonderful way to end our day in the city. Highly recommended.

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    Kartoffel Restaurant Kiste: Kartoffel Restaurant Kiste

    by antistar Written Jul 25, 2007

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    Potatoes. The Germans love potatoes almost as much as they love pork, which is great for me as I love them too. The love has spawned a number of restaurants that, some might think strangely, specialises in the humble potato. Previous visits to such restaurants has produced menus that consist of potatoes and a variety of enormous cuts of meat. At Kartoffel Restaurant Kiste, you get this, but you also get a wide variety of less meaty, and even vegetarian options. What's more, their potato soup comes speck free. So no sneaky bits of "vegetarisch" bacon in your soup.

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    Cafe Zur Steipe: Cafe, Museum and wi fi !

    by mustertal Updated Mar 11, 2007

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    Cafe Zur Steipe

    The cafe Zur Speipe is in the market square,you can sit out in the sun, or inside in the small conservatory, or even in the main cafe, the place seemed to be buzzing with laughter and chatter.
    Someone was sat using their computer as this is a wi fi "hot spot" so is the whole of the square. The cafe also has a Toy museum which was closed, so remember, Monday the museum is closed.

    Favorite Dish: I had coffee and Cheese cake, my other half had chocolate cake, and they were absolutely delicious. They had a great choice of Kuchen and other dishes, the service and standard seemed very high a nice experience.

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    Romischer Weinkeller

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Nov 16, 2006

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    The Romischer Weinkeller (Roman Wine Cellar) is a very nice restaurant in the building between the Dom and the Marktplatz. It features very good German food, beer, and wine, but is most famous for its roman artifacts displayed throughout. There are also several photographs on the walls showing the excavation of this site and the discovery of the artifacts.

    Meals are expensive, but tasty, at US$30-40 per person.

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    Hermes restaurant: Lovely greek cuisine

    by hydronetta Written Oct 14, 2006

    While sightseeing late in the afternoon in Trier we accidentally stepped on "Hermes" restaurant near to the park opposite the Stadtsbibliothek in Weberbach street. As the name tells it's a greek restaurant so our stomaches started being impatient.
    Heavy portions of food, large variety with as common with greek cuisine given to sorts of meat, nice ambience plus greek music. Certainly recommended (as it is close to sightseeing area)
    Open Wednesday-Monday: 11:30-14:30 and 17:30-24:00
    Tuesday: 17:30-24:00

    Favorite Dish: All sorts of grilled meat

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    Find the restaurant of your choice in Trier

    by gypsyT. Written Oct 6, 2006

    Find the Restaurant of Your Choice!
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    Do you like German cuisine? Or rather pasta and pizza?
    Or maybe a cozy wine room? YOU yourself have the choice.
    Our detailed search makes it easy for you: Choose
    your favorite restaurant using a large number of options!
    Try it out:
    http://www.trier.de/tourismus/english/restaurants

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    SORRY FORGET: Dining in front of Porta Nigra

    by yatingchen Updated Sep 3, 2006

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    Mimi looks delicious as well

    The location of the restaurant is easy to find. Just in front of the famous great Porta Nigra. We thought the price would be high, but actually not. It's very reasonable.

    Dining and viewing Porta Nigra. It's great experience :-)

    Favorite Dish: Mimi: Steak and french fries. Tasty steak and good french fries with incredibe nice price. Crazy cow?!

    Tingli: grilled chicken Salad. It's mixed with vegetable and fruit watering with normal white sauce. Sour and sweet. The tasty is a bit strange to me. However, Mimi and Porta Nigra made it very delicious.

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    SORRY FORGET: Top Ice Cream

    by yatingchen Updated Sep 2, 2006

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    The Italian ice cream restaurant is warm style and full of people. Incredible crowded and we had to sit at corner, but still we had fun.

    Favorite Dish: Mimi: Spagetti. Its favor is mainly vanilla, sweet. It's one of my favorite ice cream. Top 1 ice cream for children.

    Tingli: fruit ice cream. With fresh fruit, ice cream balls and cream. It's very sour, but I like it a lot. Top 1 ice cream for girls.

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    Ratskeller Zur Steipe: Eat Outside in the Hauptmarkt

    by hquittner Updated Jul 15, 2006

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    Old me eating in the Hauptmarkt at Zur Steipe
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    This restaurant is sited in one of the oldest buildings on the Hauptmarkt. The building is 6 stories high with a tall peaked roof, an ogival arcade at the ground floor and two levels of lancet gothic windows above stradling a levl of plain ones. Inside below ground in the heavy foundation are large banquet areas and regular seating for evening and bad weather (seen when going to the rest rooms). It was a pleasant day and we sat outside in the square. The service was polite and efficient. English menus were provided and the staff could speak several languages. From where we sat I could get an angled picture of the Rote Haus next door (see picture) and the whole activity of the square was before us. On the facade of the Red House is a famous inscription about Trier:s antiquity. It is also a restaurant (but we did eat there).

    Favorite Dish: We chose light items for lunch and local beer on tap. It was asparagus season and although they did not have an asparagus menu they had cream of asparagus soup. We did not explore their Ukrainian cuisine. The dessert was strawberries and whipped cream (also in season).

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