Rheinfelden (Swiss German: Rhyfälde, [ˈɾiːfæld̥ə]) is a municipality in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland, seat of the district of Rheinfelden. It is located 15 kilometres east of Basel. The name means the fields of the Rhine, as the town is located on the Hochrhein. It is home to Feldschlösschen, the most popular beer in Switzerland. The city is across the river from Rheinfelden in Baden-Württemberg; the two cities were joined until Napoleon Bonaparte fixed the German–Swiss border on the Rhine in 1802 and are still socially and economically tied.
4 based on 65 reviews
Peking is a great place to go. I loved it. ;Delicious food, compatible price and great and calm place for a great dinner.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
After viewing the ruins we had the delight of visiting Rotisserie Raurica and the pleasure of meeting Sylvia, the wonderful hostess of this restaurant. The service was impeccable. We both had the filet with vegetables and were very happy. There is a wine cellar below and the wine Sylvia recommended was fantastic. I would highly recommend this place for its decor, food, and service. We hope to return someday.
4 based on 87 reviews
Considering: a very welcoming service, big portions, good quality and price under control ....it makes evident that this is the tipe of restaurant where I want to become a n habitual costumer. My pizza was easy to digest, and thus done with good ingredients. Let's hope they'll continue this way.
4 based on 34 reviews
The boss from this restaurant works over 15 years as chef in Rheinfelden and is famous for his self marinated Crispy duck. The food is delicious and really worth the price too. I have tried lots of other Chinese restuarant and still find that his is the best one. Worth trying.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
Visited for Saturday lunch with friends. Spoke in German with the staff. Extremely rude waitress gave incorrect advice on whether a dish was dairy free (due to allergy) and twice made rude facial expressions about my friend's dairy free requests (eg rolling eyes at her). Despite this, the food was so yummy and good value that we would return!
4 based on 99 reviews
We had already looked at two Italian resturants ...both were closed. We finally arrived at the Ristorante Wasserturm. It's located in an Industrial area but with a quaint water tower. The interior is diplomatically said old fashion. The food was however excellent. I had Spaghetti alle Vongole ...very fresh, with lots of small white clams. My wife had Tagliatella ai Porcini... excellent. The mushrooms were very firm, fresh and tasty. The sauce had the perfect balance of creamy, acidic, flavor. My son-in-law had Quattro Stagioni Pizza with lots of toppings, the crust was thin and crispy. But the thing that made it special was olio pikante! È stato fantastico!
Wenn finished dinner with Zabaglione, Tiramisu and Espresso.
3.5 based on 77 reviews
Visited here twice while on business. Food was great! really nice fresh ravioli and gnocchi. Really good antipasti, tiramisu was also very good. Salads looked tasty too. would happily go back again.
4 based on 274 reviews
We visited mid-week and were pleasantly suprised.
We received a very professional welcome and service throughout. Our German is ropey so the staff had no problems communicating to us in English.
We enjoyed the fixed-price lunch menu which was excellent value, 3 courses for around €15 and included a delicious soup with warm and plentiful bread, pasta for main and tiramisu to finish.
We left feeling very satisfied and well looked-after and we will definitely return.
3.5 based on 143 reviews
Despite I don't speak German the staff is always doing an effort to understand our need and help us with the reservation. The meet is really good: top quality. The only points of improvement, for me, are : 1 prices as they are a bit too high and 2 would be nice to have baked potatoes also as an option.
4 based on 134 reviews
Our restaurant, situated on the eponymous brewery offers beer lovers and friends of the brewery kitchen the ideal focal point in Rheinfelden. You can choose from up to twelve different open beers with monthly and seasonal specialties, as well as a wide selection of various national and international varieties in bottle shape. The kitchen includes a classics like quiche, schnitzel and sausage-cheese salad. In addition, meat, fish and vegetarian ans Veganer dishes can be found in the seasonally changing menu again. In addition, courts are available for children with allergies and guests with special diets available.
I just like the down to the earth style of the restaurant Feldschlösschen close to the biggest European beer brewery. The service is really good! And the food is excellent. Don't expect special features. It's just burgers and meat. Also vegetarian and gluten free dishes if you like. So overall it is really worth to go there. And the beer is really fresh and much better than bottled.
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