One of my colleagues is retiring and has travelled to Maintz many times. She chose Heilig Geist as her "farewell dinner venue" for our party of 8. I have never dined there before but had heard good things and was intrigued with its history. A former nun's convent which was later used as a hospital during the World War and now a restaurant. If those walls could talk! We initially were going to request to dine outside on the patio since it was a nice evening, but instead decided to dine indoors. So happy we did! Upon stepping inside one does get the feeling of entering a cathedral of ancient times. The beautiful, magnificent archways that line the interiors are breathtaking. The long,dark wooden tables are illuminated with candles. Photos do not capture the glorious ambience that imminates throughout this property. One should just visit this restaurant for the sheer "feeling" of the place. It is Awesome. Once seated, the staff was nice enough to provide us with English printed menus which was very helpful. Our group ordered a variety of items, we were all very pleased with our choices. From braised pork to grilled salmon to pizza to entree salads, the food was visually appetizing and delicious. I loved this place and will return again and again.
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