Surrounded by one of Germany's largest wine-growing regions, Stuttgart beckons cultural junkies with its acclaimed ballet, opera and philharmonic, while auto fans get revved up over the Mercedes Benz Museum. There's more green space than urban sprawl in the festival-friendly city, home to Europe's largest zoo and botanic garden combo, the Wilhelma. The WÂrttembergisches Landesmuseum, in one of the city's oldest structures, traces area history from the Stone Age. Buses or subway provide handy transport.
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4.5 based on 218 reviews
After a visit in a museum nearby we stopped here for dinner! We were lucky to get a table because it was already packed. Even though it was busy, the staff was very hospitable and fast. The food was hard to choose because the food in the menu and on the tables around us looked great. We had different two vegetarian meals. Both choices were great. We can absolutely recommend this place. But next time we better book in advance.....
4.5 based on 286 reviews
We arrived Friday evening around 10pm without reservation and surprisingly got a table. We liked the rustic decoration which gave a warm and cozy atmosphere. There are traditional Swabian dishes and some international dishes on the menu. The food was very good and the staff were friendly and efficient.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Huge and outstanding breakfast. One of most complete selections I've experienced in any hotel. Very large with plenty of Seating and nice view
4.5 based on 259 reviews
The Trollinger is in the Mövenpick Hotel at Stuttgart?s busy airport. The restaurant has a charming interior décor. There is a successful contrast between modern interior design and traditional chandeliers, creating a stylish oasis of calm. This is a place where you can dine splendidly - and socialise. As you would expect from a Mövenpick Hotel, the cuisine is ambitious offering a mixture of traditional Swiss dishes and local Swabian specialities. Typical dishes such as Maultaschen (a type of ravioli with a meat and spinach filling) or Flädlesuppe (clear soup with pancake strips) are also on the menu. The service is friendly and efficient and offers expert advice when it comes to choosing from the fabulous wine list.
Literally right out of the airport and a quick walk across the street and you are at the hotel.
The rooms are well appointed and extremely comfortable. The bathrooms have heated floors and a nice big shower! You can even open you window in your room to get some fresh air.
Breakfast buffet is fabulous! Every morning a fresh smoothie shot is brought to your table. A wonderful selections of teas and fresh juices. Fresh breads, cheeses, omelet station, fresh fruits and more! Service is wonderful.
The gym is never full and there is everything you would need to get a good workout. The spa is fabulous. 3 different types of saunas, a relaxation area showers.
The downstairs bar is great after a long day of work. Again fabulous service and good food.
I would high sky recommend this hotel.
4.5 based on 249 reviews
After several days of traditional German cuisine, we found 1-Starred restaurant Speisemeisterei. It is a long haul from the center of Stuttgart, but worth it, for the view, location and beautiful decor. It's hard to believe this elegantly decorated single room restaurant exists in such a remote location. Be prepared for a tasting menu full of little bites and foam. The main dishes are excellent, but you definitely do not leave full. The service is impeccable though, and even the house wines are top notch. We made Reservations a few days in advance and there were still multiple tables open.
4.5 based on 534 reviews
Any big fan of italian cuisine kniws theres good italian and fantastic italian. Valle is fantastic, consistently. Its inexpensive has a great cosy environment and the service is great - with friendly staff and of course a great but smaller (not limited) menu full of excellent choices....they even do good coffee. Short walking distance (5min) from the hotel precinct near stuttgarts haupfbahnhof station its well located - but away from busy crowds. Will not disappoint.
4.5 based on 407 reviews
The restaurant is located in the old part of Bad Cannstatt and is decorated in a romantic manner, a bit old fashioned. Our wish was to learn more about the local wine and the Sommelier was very knowledgable and chose an excellent wine that was aligned to our taste. The food was very tasty although quite heavy (lots of butter and Bechamel sauce....). Overall - a good experience!
4.5 based on 346 reviews
We were on a tour that drove Porsches through Germany, Switzerland and Italy. Our tour included the Porsche Museum and lunch at Restaurant Christophorus. The restaurant is beautiful. The service was great The food was above average. We were in the museum in the evening and people were eating dinner in the restaurant. They were all men wearing suits. Seemed like this was their typical clientele.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
This restaurant looks already stunning from the oitside and this continues in the inside. The menu offers three different tatser menues and loads a-la-carte dishes. The menues are simply perfect, every course is an absolute dream. Perfectly composed amd presented, Not over-complicated but each with a speciaö twist. We loved it! Only small downside is the staff which is friendly.but a bit "clinical". But overall the experience was absolutely wonderful.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
- Authentic Mediterranean Food - Traditional Greek Cuisine - Original Greek Recipes - Mediterranean Lifestyle Of Eating (serving In Small Plates)
Plenty of options, and it truly felt like its namesake, a little Greek restaurant, there is plenty of space, but still managed to be quaint. The food was certainly good, although it felt more like tavern food, nothing spectacular, but what they do have, was done well.
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