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German, European, Central European, Grill
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Vegetarian Friendly
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Dinner, Late Night
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Guests at this comfortable and very popular hotel appreciate the selection of Mediterranean and regional dishes on offer including vitello tonnato and ...
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Bib Gourmand: good quality, good value cooking
Simple restaurant
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Reviewed July 9, 2019

While other guests were received with bread and olive oil to bridge the waiting time the waiter ignored our table. But a nice draft beer from a local brewery in the black forest and a glas of white wine from Baden got us into a...good start. We ordered Wiener Schnitzel (made of veal, what else) and dry aged t-bone from veal, no compromise, the most expensive main course from the menue. While the Schnitzel was ok, nothing special, the t-bone was obviously just put out of the freezer. The taste of fresh meal can be fantastic, a soft and gentle meal with a marvelous taste, this was just the opposite. I go as far I would say even frost boils. For a minute I thought to ruin the evening and to send it back to the chef, but a little appetite caused by the waiting time, and my partner in a decent mood decided against it and I let it go. A mistake and regrettably by fault folowed by decision tol never get there anyway. And who needs discussions with a waiter? Even the fried potatos were a least a day old and refurbished. Only both our salads met our expectations. Surprisingly we saw other guests, a small group of Spaniards, disappointed as well with their food. Just a bad day? Don't know, as there will be no second time. There are so much better a less pricy places with nice Swabian cuisine in Stuttgart, like Trollinger, Goldener Adler, Ochsen which is a little out in S-Wangen, Paulaner and more. I grew up and live in Stuttgart.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed December 25, 2016

Yes, one has to wait a bit for the food to arrive as stated by others. However, the the food is worth the wait. We spent a lovely evening at Vetter on a Friday night in December. The place was packed but the service was...very friendly and helpful. The Schnitzel was perfect. The wine list is decent with a good mix of local and international choices. I can recommend the Rioja Reserva.More

Date of visit: December 2016
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Reviewed December 11, 2015

Look German food is always heavy and filing, but if you drink enough beer it goes down just gine. Wanted a place suggested on trip advisor.com and this was it

Date of visit: December 2015
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Reviewed June 9, 2015

Visited on a Saturday evening, having made a reservation earlier in the day. This was a good idea, as the outside dining area was full, and the indoor space was not being used. The menu is handwritten in German, and quite difficult for us to...read, but the waitress was very helpful, and appeared really concerned to ensure we were going to be happy with our menu choices. Indeed, we were - the food was all good - especially a venison main course, which was absolutely delicious. Service throughout was excellent and perfectly paced: allowing us to join a relaxed dinner, but without feeling that you had to wait unnecessarily. The wines - a house Riesling, and a couple of glasses of red wine recommended by a waiter, were also very good. Overall, a lovely spot for a summer dinner!More

Date of visit: June 2015
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Reviewed April 2, 2015

We love coming to Weinstube Vetter. It's a great place to go for a good German meal and a good glass of wine. The ambience is lovely. Just make sure you book a table in advance.

Date of visit: March 2015
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Reviewed March 18, 2015

This restaurant in up on a hill in Stuttgart and has outside and indoor dining. Reservations suggested but we walked in at 6pm and were seates immediately. Menu is in german only. Our waiter was very charming and translated everything. I had an excellent red...wine called Lemburger, we also had the schnitzel with potatoes and rump steak with sautéed onions in an unbelievable rich sauce. For dessert we had the apple strudel which melts in your mouth. The decor is classic and lovely. I recommend a try!!More

Date of visit: March 2015
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Reviewed June 19, 2014

We had supper hear after the Stuttgart opera nearby, 15 mins walk or so away. Relaxed with German cooking but modern and a little lighter. A very good wine selection. It's in a fashionable fringe of the city centre, still central but with some big...trees and old buildings to give it atmosphere. Important for me was that we were able to sit at a table outside, sheltered under big trees and screened from the roads. My husband is vege and says he eat very well with good ingredients. Friendly and helpful service. It gets busy so suggest booking.More

Date of visit: June 2014
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Reviewed March 13, 2014

Vetter is in a great neighborhood with a lot of outdoor seating in the nice weather. I would recommend making a reservation. To be honest, the only entree I've ever eater at Vetter is their Wiener Schnitzel, but, as I said, it's the best I've...ever had - so why eat anything else. The Wiener Schnitzel is made with actual veal and that makes all the difference. Most restaurants make what they call Wiener "Art" which means Vienna "style" this is a euphemism for using pig instead of veal - big difference. I lived in Stuttgart for two years. This my favorite restaurant for dinner. Guten Appetit!More

Date of visit: August 2013
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Reviewed October 5, 2013

We had a wonderful night out with friends as this cozy, delicious restaurant. Favorites on the menu include the risotto, pumpkin gnocchi, baked goat cheese, schnitzel and lamb. Everything is cooked to perfection, is seasonal, seasoned well and good sized portions. Wine is fantastic and...affordable. Great for an intimate dinner with friends or a date. Dinner is standard, German service and takes 3 hours. Will visit again and again!More

Date of visit: October 2013
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Reviewed July 17, 2012

Had the spaghetti with basil pesto and Sauerbraten, which needed no knife for cutting is was so tender. A pleasurable walk from the Bopser U-bahn stop, down a steep trail and some more steep stairs. But, once you have a great meal, what better way...to walk it off!More

Date of visit: July 2012
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