Fulda (German pronunciation: [ˈfʊlda]) (historically in English called Fuld) is a city in Hesse, Germany; it is located on the river Fulda and is the administrative seat of the Fulda district (Kreis). In 1990, the town hosted the 30th Hessentag state festival.
Things to do in Fulda
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Our friend with whom we were staying took us to lunch here.
We were seated (by prior booking) in the Kaiser Wilhelm Room.
What a treat.
The place oozes class.
The food was stunning.
The service amazing.
Wine choice fabulous.
Cannot say enough about this restaurant.
Pricey, but worth the experience.
4 based on 85 reviews
We enjoyed lovely slices of cake in this elegant cafe. They were lovely huge portions. There is a wide variety of drinks and food available, all of which looked very appetising. This cafe is well used by the local people, always a good sign!!
4.5 based on 191 reviews
Incredible service, very good food, just the portions are quite big!
I ordered a small salad and it was complete full after it.
It was a Thursday and the place was complete full.
They have also tables outside and it seems very nice place for having a dinner in a very hot summer day!
4.5 based on 57 reviews
WE loved having tea at Cafe Thiele. The ambiance is super with tables with spindly legs and waitresses with little white aprons. You could see Hildegard Knef or Marlene Dietrich having tea or coffee here. They have a great number of wonderful cakes and Kuchen and it is not super expensive. Great experience!
4.5 based on 156 reviews
this is a must try, went here with family and friends, it's a buffet style restaurant.
your seated and order drinks then the meat convoy begins, waiters come round with massive skewers of meat, beef, chicken, sausage, ham, pork, and mixtures of meat , (you have a card green one side red the other, green = give me more meat. Red = I'm stuffed no more meat) they cut you off a slice or put a chunk on your plate, if you want veg or salad or both you just have to go and get from counter, desert aren't brilliant but still nice, but when you've eaten a load of meat n veg you don't really want desert.
it is a must place to try.
To avoid disappointment book a table as it's very busy.
4.5 based on 84 reviews
Dachsbau, the name of this adorable restaurant in glorious Fulda, is German for the badger's underground living quarters, his "sett". It's the best place to recover after visiting the town's many wonderful sights, mostly ecclesiatical; from Fulda the Christianization of central Germany was undertaken in the mid-8th century by a group of intrepid Anglo-Saxons led by St. Boniface, who was buried in the former Abbey Church after having his head split by the Frisian king's sword in 754.
The food here is outstanding, the menu is imaginative but sensible and free of modern weirdnesses, the portions are generous but not Gargantuan, and the prices are reasonable. The wine list is varied and interesting, without wearing you out. I asked if they really had that magnum of 1929 Chateau Margaux in the cellar; the boss said it had been drunk recently, and was amazing, but that he had left it on the list for sentimental reasons, like a ghost. I can understand that. What is really nice is their generous range of open wines, which they will serve you at 0.1 or 0.2 liter glasses.
The building is 400 years old and has been a restaurant for a century and a half. The space is accordingly...cozy, and quaint. Copiously decorated with old prints, and paintings from the 1920's of anthropomorphized badgers, said to represent long-dead inhabitants of the city.
I never enjoyed a restaurant in Germany more, and I have been eating out here for 30 years.
4 based on 56 reviews
Traditional Microbrewery with tasty German food as Grandma used to do it.
Nothing fancy, but the beer and food were done very well. The pretzels with trio of dipping sauces were a fun addition to the meal. Friendly service, lots of locals. Side note: it takes a lot to make me notice the bathrooms one way or another, but these were spotlessly clean and modern, underscoring the establishment's commitment to quality.
4 based on 150 reviews
Nice large beer garden,friendly staff. For the quality of food the prices could be a bit lower and the beer a bit cheaper., the playground for children is run down and very basic. When eating there then I recommend pizza. Will try the restaurant next time maybe the quality of food is better. Overall I would recommend a visit.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We hade few dinners during our stay. Food is excellent, portions are big. Everytime we received small gifts - additional meal from hotel we didn't order but also were not charged for.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
We cook fresh and authentic thai food, spicy or hot, for you and your friends in a friendly warm atmosphere
This place deserves its ratings. Dropped in for lunch and had an outstanding Masseman Curry. This is the real deal for lover of Thai. Great menu and clearly very popular with many booking coming in while we were there. I would think booking for the evenings is essential. Would return in an instant. It also does a takeaway service.
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