Langeoog is one of the seven inhabited East Frisian Islands at the edge of the Lower Saxon Wadden Sea in the southern North Sea, located between Baltrum Island (west), and Spiekeroog (east). It is also a municipality in the district of Wittmund in Lower Saxony, Germany. The name Langeoog means Long Island in the Low German dialect.
Things to do in Langeoog
4 based on 80 reviews
Went there once during our stay on Langeoog. The interior is basic, it has a pub-like atmosphere to it. Food was good, except for my steak, which was really hard and overcooked. The fries had a strange taste to them. Might be my personal taste, as everybody else in the party was very happy with their meals (all fish). The side salads were huge and really, really fresh and tasty.
4 based on 98 reviews
Just off the ferry terminal with a great view of the Langeoog boat dock, this cozy restaurant serves up fresh seafood, steaks and salads. They happily made space for our stroller when we brought our young-one in and we could see other young families about the place also having a good time with their kids. The food was delicious and came quickly. The fish was fresh and cooked perfectly (Although, had I known it would be this good, I would have ordered it without the heavy sauce and let it speak for itself) The service was friendly and attentive (kudos to the one server who made a valiant attempt to assist me in English!) We wrapped it all up with some fantastic walnut ice cream swimming in some sort of liqueur and a traditional German fruit compote smothered in whipped cream. Several other intriguing dessert concoctions invite a future visit... After all that, this place is perfectly situated for a scenic walk back into town. One caution; we called ahead, and when we got there could see that most of the tables had 'reserved' signs on them and that was on a Wednesday in the off-season, so...Reservations Highly Recommended!
4 based on 160 reviews
Hotel Strandhalle is a lovely hotel with a top- notch restaurant. I would say the restaurant is the hotel's best feature. It has wonderful food and a lovely view over the water. And the rooms were comfortable enough.
The biggest drawback for me was the lack of elevator. I traveled with family members, and we are all in our 60's. We are traveling for a few weeks, so we had one large suit case and one small suitcase each, as well as a couple little articles (camera cases, etc.). Our rooms were on the third floor. With no elevator, and absolutely no one to help with the luggage, it was a struggle to get everything upstairs. Since the hotel is new, not built into an old building as so many are, I can't see any reason why there couldn't be an elevator. And there are steps everywhere on the ground floor. That was no problem for us, but for the elderly or wheelchair-bound, this hotel is impossible.
I also found it a bit pricey. And there was one misunderstanding on my part. Perhaps I did not read or understand the hotel's website, but I reserved a garage for 9 euros a night because I thought that was the only way to obtain parking at the hotel. But the hotel has a free parking lot, the fee was for an actual garage, which we didn't need.
The staff was courteous but "distant" - this was not a place to get a lot of personal attention.
4 based on 108 reviews
I had a recommendation for the place and was not disappointed. I even went there twice. You can sit outside in the sun on a small shopping street or inside. The service was decent, they use a lot of local products and it tastes great. I would recommend it to everyone. Prices were okay.
4 based on 137 reviews
fantastic Restaurant with a view over the Northsea
We took the long, windswept walk up through the rolling dunes to the Seekrug to see what all the rave reviews were about, and we weren't disappointed. Up a flight of stairs (bit of an accessibility issue but we along with several others left our stroller downstairs, confident that it would still be there upon our return...) is an expansive, tastefully decorated dining room with an absolutely glorious view of the beach far below. Anticipating this, we had called ahead and secured a table at the window. Service was attentive and professional and at least one server broke out his English for me which was very kind. All the food here seamed to be locally sourced right down to the Tide beer (which was delicious). The meal was attractively presented and very satisfying. I would describe the food offerings as upscale, country fare. We would have stayed for what looked like some very tempting desserts, but the place was filling up fast and our child was done with sitting silently. Maybe next time! Once again, I cannot over emphasize the beauty of this view. Definitely reserve WAY ahead and ask for a window seat and enjoy the sunset with a glass off the expertly chosen wine-list. Cheers!
4 based on 37 reviews
Wir haben bei einem längeren Aufenthalt einige Gastronomien auf Langeoog getestet, und waren, vom Schiffchen abgesehen, eigentlich immer enttäuscht.
Das Schiffchen hat uns positiv überrascht, der Service ist je nach Person zwischen warmherzig-fröhlich und interessant-extrovertiert, aber immer um den Gast bemüht. Essen, Aperitifs und Weine haben uns gefallen, auch die Single Malt- und Grappa-Auswahl zeugten von Geschmack in dieser Preisregion (die wir als gehoben, aber eben auch absolut nicht überzogen empfanden, Preis-Leistung sind im Schiffchen deutlich besser, als in vielen geringfügig "günstigeren" Restaurants der Insel).
Rinder- und Schweinefilet, Rotweinjus, "blaue" Gnocchi, Mousse von weißer Schokolade, Dhalwinnie und Grappa morbida di Poli, traf alles unseren Geschmack, schnörkelloses Essen, hübsch angerichtet. Einzig die Atmosphäre im Innenraum könnte etwas legerer auf einer Urlaubsinsel rüberkommen, es wirkt etwas bieder. Aber das ist wirklich das einzige "Manko" in einem sonst ganz wunderbaren Restaurant.
4 based on 115 reviews
Really cozy inside, the outdoor part is, well outdoors and on the most busy pedestrian zone of the island. Nice service albeit somewhat fresh at times and they often really have a lot to do!
All the afternoon stuff is just great (cakes and pastries, but also very good soups). The main dishes at night are indeed sometimes not quite what you wanted, and I've also had half-done potatoes once. Usually the various dishes were quite tasty though.
4 based on 126 reviews
We went there twice, once for coffee and cake and another time for dinner. Food was excellent on both occassions and the atmosphere inside the restaurant is also very nice. Servings are huge.
The young lady who served us on both occassions was obviously lacking training. Both times she forgot orders and misunderstood things. When we pointed it out to her, she reacted in a kind of snippy way.
However, dining was pleasant and we would go there again. Their cakes are particularly good, really worth a coffee stop.
4 based on 152 reviews
Blied it"s a place with concept and modern cuisine. Delicious and amazing for dining expirience. We enjoy the dinner menu and the burgers as well. The spring menu is amazing, full of innovative and expiring dishes. If you are on Langeoog ... I strongly reccomend you to visit Blied
4.5 based on 85 reviews
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