Find out what German restaurants to try in Kamp-Bornhofen including Richard von Cornwall, Das kleine Wirtshaus, Severus Stube, Romerburg, Restaurant Eiserner Ritter, Fondel's Muhle, Burg Sterrenberg, Landhotel Becker, Anker, Hotel Rheinkonig Restaurant & Cafe
4 based on 33 reviews
We look forward to your visit to our restaurant on the Rhineshore. In addition to fine German cuisine, typical menus of the lava stone grill, tarte flambÃ©e and a wide selection of vegetarian specialties are available. Seasonmenus such as our asparagus, ch
Called here for lunch, very pleasant outlook in outside eating area, food was good but not as good value as many other places we tried during the trip. Service good and quick, friendly staff.
4 based on 33 reviews
Recommended by the great winemaker Klaus Wehrheim master of dessert wines from the Rhine.Excellent restaurant home cooked specialities as well as asparagus based menu. Warm family service. A bit overworked however and given the fact they are running a cash business they could hire an extra server on busy nights.Good sized room with river view. Clean and silent 80â¬.Breakfast could use some homemade jams and patisserie but tin foil packed jams and butter are unfortunately the norm in Germany.Reserve in advance fills up quick; site and nearby scenery and landscape are breath taking.
4 based on 31 reviews
Dropped into this hotel for a meal whilst staying nearby doing the Christmas markets. The food was absolutely beautiful. The decor is lovely too, feels very cosy. Chunky wood and ethnic rugs type style.The young guy on the bar was really friendly, as was the owner who ran me to the bank when his card machine stopped working. Definitely plan on coming back here. I don't know how they made the soup I had with my meal but it was out of this world!Many thanks.
4 based on 40 reviews
Enough said about this moment in time. Each night when we looked out our window onto the Rhein; we were greeted with those starlight stars glistening like diamonds in the sky while enjoying the expanse of the River Rhein and her tug boats passing through; trains choo chooing into the night. And I wandered if I was going to ever meet the house ghost! We never did; but it made for playful conversation. This part of Germany along the Rhein has experienced the French German struggle; the Protestant Catholic struggle, so they say the ghost from the past are present.... Supposedly there was a feud back in the day between this castle and the Burg Leibenstein over the love and heart of a women. One of the brothers went to fight in the wars and upon his return; the women had taken up household with the brother. They say her ghost is there too....
4 based on 112 reviews
Before heading back to the states we decided to go to this hidden gem weâve heard so much about from relatives. Long story short - food was spectacular, everything from the salad to the veal ragu to the off-menu schnitzel the charismatic owner prepared for us. Ambience was terrific, old vintage wood in a timeless mill, friendly restaurant patrons, cozy setting, and a very accommodating wait staff. Highly recommend to anyone traveling near the Boppard/Koblenz area. If the owner is reading this....please open a restaurant in Boston!
5 based on 60 reviews
Very nice small family restaurant.pleasant atmosphere and the tables are bautiful seted.the menu was small but good team up.this shows that the food is fresh.the preis is a little bit expensive but it wotht it.the service was exellent!our waiter offered for us wine which is fitted to our food.we got some starters on the house.bread with honrmade cottagechees.this is a very good gesture.the portion is very large.very yummi taste.so just one word:very good!we really enjoed our visit in this restaurant.
4 based on 249 reviews
New German and international cuisine in an historical ambiente. Great choice of wine, draught beers. Lunch stop for groups on request.
We had dinner; wiener schnitzel veal for me and instead of fries I had a beautiful large salad. My husband had the special tender beef cheaks with rosemary potatoes. He could not believe how tender the beef was, using only his fork! Wonderful service, wine, beer and meal. Highly recommend!
4 based on 441 reviews
We struggled a few times to get a seat at this popular restaurant, but finally slotted in on Tuesday night, though we shared a table German style with a Scottish couple. We both had the pumpkin soup, and then she had Spare ribs and I had Cordon Blue. Good and service excellent.Wir kÃ¶nnen uns gut an sie erinnern - vielen Dank fÃ¼r Ihren Besuch!! Bitte kommen Sie bald erneut zu uns!
4 based on 59 reviews
We were there in June and this one of the few restaurants where you could sit outside and still not feel overcrowded in this part of Kamp Bornhofen. The street is full of hotels but the restaurants of these hotels do not seem so inviting as this Wirtshaus. We had a nice cool beer after a long stroll, but we did notice the attractive menu. It was too early for dinner, but it might be a good idea to come back for a meal.
Weinbistro,Restaurant, Familien,-Firmenfeiern, Events bis zu 80 SitzplÃ¤tze im Restaurant 60 SitzplÃ¤tze im Bistro und 120 SitzplÃ¤tze im Garten
Sat down here at 8pm on a Saturday evening. It was quite busy. It was difficult to get attention, you had to chase a waitress rather than them coming to you.Ordered drinks, starter and main course. Drinks came fairly quickly. Starter arrived at 8.30pm. Then we sat until 9.30pm with no food. We were sat next to a group of 4. The 1st diner had finished his meal before the 4th diner had got their food. At 9.30 I asked where the food was and I was told 'We only have a small kitchen'. I don't class myself as a business genius but the obvious answer is have less tables. Waitresses seem to be coming out with just one plate at a time.At 9.40 after waiting 1 hour 10 minutes for my meal, I paid for my drinks and left.Wild horses wouldn't drag me back there.
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