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    En de Lauben: En de Lauben

    by bonio Written Apr 20, 2005

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    On the quayside at Zurlaubener Ufer. Had hoped to ride the cable car over the river but, not running while we were there. Fortunately this bar was open, friendly with good food and drink. Very old inside.

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    Zum Domstein: Zum Domstein

    by bonio Written Apr 19, 2005

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    A restaurant / weinstube in the centre of the city. A little upmarket for us but we usually make a point of one "posh" meal on our trips. this was it this time and magnificent it was too.
    Food excellent, local specials from Trier for me - very tasty. Probably the most memorable was the wine tasting, selection trays with 3 types of wine on with hints on what order to drink them in.
    Very helpful and friendly staff, happy to explain in English the words we didn't understand on the menu.
    Would definately go back again,a memorable meal.

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    Pizzaria da Franco: Wood fired pizza... and More!

    by wayne0k Written Apr 7, 2005

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    Classic and wonderful Italian favorites made fresh and to order. The only problem with 'Franco's" is that they are closed on Monday. Seating was roomy and comfortable and the staff was very friendly and helpful.

    Favorite Dish: Any wood fired pizza with fresh veggies. The pasta dishes also were excellent.

    Related to:
    • Arts and Culture
    • Archeology
    • Architecture

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    Mushrooms and potatoes

    by Muya Written Dec 19, 2004

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    Bratkartoffeln und Pilze

    Strolling between the Christmas Market's stalls is the occasion to eat and drink as well. I really like those plates with mushrooms, potatoes ans eggs. It smells so good ans is so tasty...I can' resist !

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    Sushi Bar: The perfect Sushi place!

    by Nathalie_B Written Jul 18, 2004

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    It is really hard to find a good sushi restaurant in Europe, but this is one is really great. They have all the rolls, sushis, and sashimis that you can only imagine, and if you don't like fish you can always enjoy some other meat dishes that are served at the place. Of course they have Japanese alcoholic bevarages as well like sake or Sapporo beer.
    Open hours: Mon-Sat noon to 2:30 pm and 6pm-11pm

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    Zum Domstein: Fine restaurant at Markplatz

    by milugares Updated Jun 15, 2004

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    Zum Domstein - summer back terrace

    One of those restaurants you will find in every guidebook of Trier, and not of the cheapest ones. Anyway, it is worth the while visiting. Dinner lounge inside is decorated with taste, but my absolute favorite was having dinner in summer in the open air terrace in the backyard. Just great!

    I can not remember neither the prices nor the menu, but I remember it tasted delicious!

    Related to:
    • Food and Dining
    • Wine Tasting
    • School Holidays

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    few nice restaurants

    by Gili_S Updated Jan 14, 2003

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    There are few nice restaurants in the old city. Also the MacDonald’s situated in a very old building, must be one of the most unique MacDonald’s I ever saw.

    Favorite Dish: I was using only one of the local cafés which was nice as well.

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    "Zum Domstein": Gormandize like the ancient Romans!

    by gypsyT. Updated Sep 1, 2002

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    In this restaurant situated right in the middle of the old town center you may dine as in roman times. You will be served in historic ambience between escavations of a roman Palatina of emperor Constantine. A real sight for sore eyes and an extraordinary taste-adventure is waiting for you. An introduction to the roman cuisine may be reported. Old roman recipes of imperial cook Marcus Gavius Apicus (30 a.C.) have been adapted and are originally recooked. Also take a look at the romantic courtyard on the backside, that opens to the cathedral(from april to october)you may relax here under trees and flowers. For low budgets, there you can get along with only having a drink or a coffee. The same at the terrasses on the front, where you'll find yourself right in the middle of Trier's daily life.

    Favorite Dish: Roman menu II
    Offers to get started with roman dishes depending on main course, beginning at 14,50 Euro
    Example: Apéritif - Mulsum (Spiced wine)Appetizers - Lucanicae/sausage with pine-kernels/green beans
    Main Course - Perna/Ham with figs
    Dessert - Patina/ Soufflé of pears 17,00 Euro

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    Near the river Moesel there is...

    by houba Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Near the river Moesel there is a little street called 'Zurlauben' The houses in this street used to be little fisherhouses, now there are restaurants in it. On of the restaurants is the Mexican restaurant 'Hacienda.

    Favorite Dish: They have al kinds of mexican food, and various coctails (also some of them without alcohol)

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    Palais Kesselstatt: Convenient when visiting Trier

    by Docu2001 Written Jul 14, 2006

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    Good local wine, a nice variety of regional foods and a nice outdoor seating area for summer days in Trier.

    Related to:
    • Historical Travel

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    Louisiana: Louisiana

    by bonio Written Apr 20, 2005

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    Called in here after our visit to the football match. It's a modern and busy place, not what usually would attract us. Food and drink good, recommend nachos mmmmmmmm.

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