Landstuhl (German pronunciation: [ˈlantʃtuːl]) is a municipality of over 9,000 people in southwestern Germany. It is part of the district of Kaiserslautern, in the Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, and is home to the Sickinger Schloss, a small castle. It is situated on the north-western edge of the Palatinate forest, approx. 10 km west of Kaiserslautern.
Things to do in Landstuhl
4 based on 124 reviews
Small entrance, but very spacious inside. Comfortable Seating, menu's in English and German, superior service, great food, reasonable pricing. Nice clean contemporary atmosphere, try the New York Breakfast, it will not disappoint. Before leaving Sanders treat yourself to one of their many bakery items.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
On holiday in Bitburg but drove 130km to Landstuhl to show my friends the best steak
in Germany. They were not disappointed. Stephan, the landlord, gave his normal hearty welcome and showed us to our reserved table. Fritzie,the waitress was very helpful and the evening was very enjoyable.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
It's a very charming little Gasthaus that i went to a lot, and every meal i ever had was exquisite, and they make everything fresh. Definitely a Gasthaus to visit when in Landstuhl.
Finally found the Jaegerschnitzel (hunter schnitzel) I remembered from the 30 years ago. Andreas Stube makes the right brown sauce with the right consistency, taste, right amount of seasoning, lots of sliced mushrooms and this on top of a perfectly pounded cooked pork. Sides were salad and fried potatoes. My husband Swiss schnitzel was also deliciously prepared. My son ordered the schnitzel with cream sauce while my daughteri-in-law ordered the special of the day schnitzel with the pineapple sauce. They both were pl with their meals. Andreas Stube is a small place, They have an upstairs Seating and when the weather is nice, Seating outside. Food is very good. Owners are friendly, speak English and place is children friendly.
This place is worth multiple visits. The owner mentioned the have different types of schnitzels as part of their weekly specials.
Left is Swiss schnitzel and right is Jaegerschnitzel (hunter schnitzel)
4 based on 158 reviews
This spot used to be my "go to" restaurant for great Italian food for dinner with friends or for family when they visited. Now, I'm sad to say that at best it is very good and at worse it's fair. When the kitchen is "on" the food is a good representation of quality Italian food. Pizza is usually a safe dish, as are the salads. There is plenty of room for large groups and there is a cheerful patio out back. I've lived in the area for going on 10 years and I still eat there hoping it will be a good night for the kitchen.
4 based on 98 reviews
Never would have found this place without a colleague's recommendation. Wow. The staff was friendly and attentive, and the food was amazing. It was dark so we couldn't see the outside area much, but we sat in a nice, quiet space upstairs good for larger groups. The service was very quick, the menu was substantial, and the food was outstanding. I had the farfalle and salmon and loved it. Fresh bread comes with your meal as well. Wish I had chosen something other that the Barberra wine, but that's my fault; just not my taste.
4 based on 107 reviews
Entering this restaurant I felt almost solemnly. With the simple decoration, set tables with white tablecloths looked like ready for wedding party. Unfortunately service was several levels lower than restaurant's appearance. Credit card was not accepted, although labels at the door show credit cards are accepted, we even didn't receive receipt.
Pizza was very good, but I think next time I will look for other restaurant.
4.5 based on 141 reviews
Ate here a couple times while staying in Hotel Christine. Very cool atmosphere and neat airplane propeller being used as a fan above the bar. Definitely an American influence on the menu with several good options. Decent German beer selection and the staff was very friendly.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
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Sascha's was recommended by a friend. This small shop serves a fantastic kebob. I always choose the Yufka, a burrito like kebob that was loaded with meat, vegetables and a garlic yogurt sauce. The minute you finish one you wonder if you have room for a second.
4 based on 46 reviews
I had a friend tell me I had to drive to Kaiserslautern to find good Vietnamese food. He was way wrong. This is a great restaurant right here in Landstuhl. The prices are fair with the exception of the beer.... The MI Xao Don, a crispy noodle, meat and vegetable dish was perfect. The owner is very friendly as well. There is plenty of Seating and the place is right off the main street. This is not a fancy place and they do offer Takeout but dining in is nice. They have been in business 10 years so you know they have to be good. They also specialize in Thai food as well.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
We went to this restaurant at the last moment, which in Germany can be problematic due to the need for Reservations, however they welcomed us. The waitress was very kind to the children and very patiently explained what was better than others for each of their preferences. I've never had better pad Thai in my entire life! The flavors were perfectly balanced! The whole experience was wonderful, comfortable, and relaxed.
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