Timmendorfer Strand Restaurants

  • Moevenpick ice cream booth
    Moevenpick ice cream booth
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  • Mien Baecker
    Mien Baecker
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  • Restaurant Feuerstein
    Restaurant Feuerstein
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    Moevennest: Ice cream and coffee at snack booth

    by MD2nd Updated Apr 24, 2013

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    Along the beach, on the lovely and green promenade of Timmendorfer Strand, which goes all the way to Niendorf and Luebeck, are many, many snack booths. There ppl can take a break from their swim, bicycle, walk or whatsoever, and have little meals, snacks, soft drinks, ice cream. Snack booth Moevennest provids with the best little meals, and is also a very clean spot. No cigarette stumps or other ugly trash. Booth closes early by 18:00.

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    Moevenpick ice cream booth: Creamy tasting ice

    by MD2nd Updated Nov 8, 2011

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    Doesn't that look tasty? And I don't necessarily mean the painter only but Moevenpick ice cream as well, which is quite famous in Germany for its great, rich, and very creamy taste. Not sure whether Moevenpick is a German, Austrian or a company from The Swiss? Anyway, they do offer fantastic tasting ice cream, almost as fantastic as Janny's. Worth its price. On Timmendorfer Strand's pedestrian zone, close to Kurpark/Strandstrasse, there is this Moevenpick ice cream booth with a wonderful selection of ice cream to go.

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    Mien Baecker at famila: Great cakes, bread rolls, and snacks

    by MD2nd Updated Aug 27, 2011

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    Mien Baecker is a bakery which is located right inside that local & huge famila shop. Customers can sit & eat there (self-service). One would choose from their pretty big & fresh selection of baked goodies, tea, coffee, soft drinks. One put the choosen things on a tablet, pay and then take a seat. Very simple, very fresh & tasty. Most of the customers are locals, or handimen doing breakfast. All of the folks are very friendly. Big plus: Mien Baecker offers hazelnut flavored liquid to the coffee. These wonderful adds to the coffee, I have found stateside only until now: Mien Baecker has it too, right there at the Baltic. Another big plus: It's open on Sundays, and it has outdoor tables. No restrooms.

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    Filou: Restaurant with snack booth

    by MD2nd Updated Aug 27, 2011

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    Restaurant Filou with snack booth

    Filou is a restaurant & cafe, and for my understanding they also have a snack booth in front of their restaurant that looks like a little lighthouse and offers fantastic fries, real crispy & hot. Also hot dogs to go - open if weather cooperates. Restaurant Filou itself was very crowded when we made it there yet still cosy. It's right on pedestrian zone. We had great seafood (salmon, matjes/hering) and for dessert boiled, sweet dumplings with hot cherries. Waiters/waitresses are very nice. Unfortunately smoking is welcomed so far I remember.

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    Restaurant Feuerstein: Inexpensive Pizza place

    by MD2nd Updated Aug 27, 2011

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    Restaurant Feuerstein

    Restaurant Feuerstein is lovely located at the Kurpark. So far I understand it's the most inexpensive place around. It's also a sportsbar, and restaurant for ordering pizza by phone. Service/waiters are friendly. Fast they get the meals done. We've been there for a small supper only and there for had only a salad, bread which tasted wonderful since it was served really hot, and tea. All for very little of money. Too many smokers, in fact we seemed to be the only non-smokers there.

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  • Beach cafe: Meaty munchies on the beach

    by Mariajoy Updated Jan 5, 2007

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    This is where the locals buy their German delicacies in the summer, things like sausages, hamburgers, chips and coffee.

    Favorite Dish: I never had anything - it was closed, and it didn't look like the kind of place that had vegetarian options :))

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