Nestled in the walking district of downtown Wiesbaden, little hard to find based on address and if it's your first time there, this is definitely worth the visit. Small, cozy, a 'Landhaus" atmosphere and very good food.
Our table ordered the tomato soup for appetizer plus several side salads (not knowing how BIG the portions would be.) The tomato soup was very well seasoned and topped high with cream. An average eater would get plenty with the soup and a side salad but we didn't know that! Several ordered the turkey schnitzel, a few ordered the vegetable skillet, there were 2 salads with turkey strips as well plus one with strips of smoked salmon. Everyone wanted someone else's dinner, everyone wanted to sample every single dish and all were terrific. I could eat there every night for a week and have something different and NOT be disappointed.
Service was friendly, prompt, and accommodating. Prices of everything we ordered were reasonable, the most expensive dish was about 14 Euro. Salads were enormous and the schnitzels were huge and you were served not just one but two schnitzels on your plate. Don't miss the bratkartoffeln either.
Reservations are a MUST, this is a small restaurant!
One final note, driving in downtown Wiesbaden is DANGEROUS - it's like driving in Italy. Parking can also be problematic, the restaurant is in a walking zone. We were in the Theater Parking House, it was about a 7 minute walk. Rest of our group was by the bus station, there is also a Parking House there.
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