good traditional german and international food. friendly service, good wines and beers, hotel inside...
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We had an excellent meal at this atmospheric restaurant. We had the special of the day as recommended by the waiter and were delighted. Medallions of veal fillet cooked perfectly. Great service and beer too.
I have been to this restaurant 3 times. The first time was great, I sat inside and had a peaceful dinner and excellent fish. The second time, my husband and I sat outside but the waiter was grumpy and rushed. The third time was the...More
I normally steer clear of hotel restaurants, but this was different. I booked a room here because my normal hotels were full. When I got back to my room after work it was very cold outside. Being hungry and not wanting to brave the cold...More
Hi have visited this restaurant in January this year. I went there twice in three days. I liked the place, which is rustic and cozy, and I was also not disappointed by the food. So the first time was an excellent dinner, with attentive and...More
The dining room in the oldest hotel in Darmstadt is absolutely lovely. Service is excellent and the seasonal menu leaves you spoilt for choice. Hirsh goulash, wildswein oh what to have? Problem solved go back tomorrow.
The Bockshaut was recommended to us by a local business person. Located in a wonderful old building, the dining room is old school German and very comfortable. The menu offered a wide assortment of German-- and Hessian-- dishes. Three in our party had soup, all...More
A wonderful dining experience in a historic and beautiful site. Located in a building dating to 1548, the Bockshaut has been serving dinner guests since the 1790's. Here you will find a relaxed atmosphere with a gentle blend of locals and repeat visitors from around...More
We spent a "Hessian Evening" filled with regional (Darmstadt is in Hesse, hence the title) specialities. All of them were very well prepared, although personal tastes could certainly disagree on whether everybody liked each dish. This was not a "regular restaurant visit": we had booked...More