St Peter's is one of Germany's oldest restaurants, dating back to the 13th century. And that's exactly the ambience of the building and hotel: historical luxury, very classy. There are actually 4 restaurant choices: high end in the Gourmet, slightly less so in the Weinkirche, leisurely on the Garden Patio (wonderful on a balmy summer evening) and modern eclectic in the Lounge. This time we went to the Weinkirche which is a large medieval common room with big fire place and balcony seating on the 2nd floor. We sat on the balcony and enjoyed people watching. We chose the 2 fixed price menus (monthly with 4 courses, daily with 3 courses). The food was wonderful, everything was seasonal, perfectly flavored and balanced (e.g. the artichoke soup or the chanterelle soup). My companion declared it the best meal in a week of German food. The Brogsitter wine of course paired perfectly and was excellent (we bought 3 bottles, as much as we could get into the US legally...). Service was fantastic, with attention to detail. At the end of the meal, we were treated to a glass of Brogsitter sparkling wine (which I had to leave behind, as the driver...). Will go there again, next time in the Ahr/ Rhein area.
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