Königsquelle can best be described as a gastro-pub. The menu changes with the seasons and is a great mix of German/Austrian classics with strong Italian and French influences. For example the Tafelspitz melts in your mouth and the Wienerschnitzel is perfect, and there is a main that features that German favourite "Currywurst". This week's menu includes Tafelspitz (slow simmered beef) in a horseradish and mustard crust; chanterelles and pasta; pikeperch and scampi. The mixed starters are great, as are the old faithfuls such as pumpkin soup. There is always a choice of imaginative salads and vegetarian options. The menu is handwritten and deciphering it is half the fun - the friendly waiters are on hand to help you understand what is on offer. The wine list is great and you can always rely on a reasonably priced house red and white. On my last visit we drank a Rioja that just slipped down without touching the sides. The owner, Peter, did some of his training in Scotland and brought back to Germany a genuine interest in whisky. The Königsquelle offers a impressive selection of single malts the like of which I have only seen in Scotland.
They takes bookings. You will really enjoy your meal, and weather permitting you can sit outside and enjoy the summer evening.
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