A splendid simple lunch on the with very good wine and friendly and most helpful service. A delight and strongly recommended.
Have to say that the quality of this restaurant was a big suprise for us. And especially have mentioned staff who served at terrace... Thank you. Food was very good and wine as well. I'm looking for next time when we become to Goslar... Is it still the same howwethink it now. Sometmes the memories are little ... Only thing... More
We were fortunate to have been recommended to stay here. On our way to Cologne we had lunch at Weite Welt and asked the waiting staff where was the best hotel to stay at. We thank her for her recommendation. This is a first-class, superb hotel, our room overlooked the square and we were wakened by the Glockenspiel, a clock... More
This is a restaurant with nice ambience. Service was very friendly, though a key question (how would you like your beef to be done?) was missed. The food was average fare for this kind of restaurant. The Wiener Schnitzel was veal, as it should be, but the meat was too thick and the breading, not fluffy enough. The chateaubriand was... More
Excellent fodd and service and if you want to enjoy your meal, then this restaurant can be recommended
Since we'd already scheduled an early evening walking tour and thus didn't have time for dinner, we were only able to try coffee and cake. Seating is inside in a lovely dining room, under the arcades, or directly on the square, which we chose. Our nice server claimed the cakes were homemade, and they indeed were delicious, the cappuccino and... More
We ate an early dinner in the front outdoor seating, and we have magical memories of the experience. The food is beautifully prepared and presented. The menu is very traditional for the area, with a few twists. If you love chanterelles, an early autumn visit is very worthwhile. The service was far above average. Overall, a wonderful experience.
Perhaps we just don’t appreciate German cuisine, but we find most German restaurants good or very good, but only a few that really knock your socks off. 'Die Worth' restaurant in the Hotel Kaiserworth fits that bill: a nice restaurant with good or very good food, but not the blissful dining experience one hopes for. We had carrot & asparagus... More
From reading the reviews from other trip advisers we seem to have a rare experience. The pork fillet which I received was well overcooked and the rosti my wife was served was dripping with fat. We complained to the very charming waitress who conveyed the comment to the 'chef'. The same 'chef' decided it was appropriate to tour the restaurant... More
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