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Stopped here for a quick beer and snack before heading into town for a wonder.
The location along the water is idyllic, passing boats and the sun reflecting off the water sets a perfect scene.
They brew their own beer on site which is worth...More
Well, you have to give this place a try for sure. Why? It’s in a historic and majestic building, it’s on the water, so during sunny days of summer it has to be the place to have drinks and food. For me the limited draft...More
The ox with peppers was grizzly but then I’m not a connoisseur of ox. Potatoes were perfectly done. Beer was excellent. I had the “dark” house beer which I’d describe as a flavorful dark amber. The stand out item was the mousse-like milchmadchencreme. Go just...More
Had a chance to visit this restaurant with my family.
Recommended by the hotel (not really a hotel, but more on that in my hotel review).
Very tasty local food, really friendly service. Tried the pig Haxe, was not the best but rather ok.
It’s just a beer-house place but we had a great dinner with local food.
The service has been fast and prompt but really nice.
The location, by the Rhein river is amazing... unfortunately we could not get dinner outside since it’s too cold!
We had Sunday lunch in Wirtshaus. Parking was a bit of a challenge, but we managed. We had 4 different dishes and all were very good and huge. Non of us was able to finish his/her meal. The local beer was delicious and service was...More
We had been to the Constanzer Wirtshaus before and returned hoping to have a good experience. Unfortunately, this visit wasn’t it. This was possibly the worst Schweinshaxe (pork hock) I’ve ever eaten. The meat was dry; the skin was rubbery instead of crispy. Worst of...More