Sundern is a town in the Hochsauerland district, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The name Sundern is common in Westphalia, as it means "ground given away for private usage" in the Westphalian dialect.
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4 based on 63 reviews
Sauerland is known for its beautiful countryside and traditions, also when it comes to food and dining. Seegarten restaurant distinguishes itself by also 'serving' innovation. This manifests itself in several ways. The outdoor Terrace is equipped with ramps surrounded by ponds with beautiful plants and interesting lighting - go there if possible on a warm summer night. From the Terrace one has a view of the beautiful modern architecture of the new hotel section including floating pool. Once the guest is seated he can experience in the choices and the quality of the food traditional elements as well as proven techniques supplemented with innovation. Appetizers, breads, accompanying wines are of good quality: our main courses 'Dorade' and 'Deer in two ways' (both about € 30-35) are highly recommended. There are also cheaper main courses. Big salads are served for vegetarians. Professional staff.
5 based on 7 reviews
Wir haben in der Höpke hervorragend gegessen! Hier passt einfach alles:
- Gemütliches Ambiente, hübsch weihnachtlich dekoriert
- Freundliche Bedienung
- Einmalig leckeres Essen: Erstklassiges Steak, auch mit einer ordentlichen Portion Salat vorweg.
- Völlig angemessene Preise
Gerne kommen wir wieder!
4.5 based on 31 reviews
I had 2 dinners in Willecke. I also stayed overnight. They have several rooms upstairs. I review here just the restaurant. Willecke is run by a couple and their 2 grown up sons.
Food was simply great. Portions were large. First evening I had chicken breast with pasta and on 2nd evening I ate their superb meat rolls (this was one of the best foods I have eaten in Germany). I attach pictures enclosed. I drank the wheat beer called Maisel's. That was also very nice. They have also decent selection of strong Schnaps (forgot the names, but various plum based & some from cherry).
Restaurant was very popular and quite lively. Service was fine. Some locals came here obviously to socialize. Atmosphere was good.
To sum it up: Willecke is very good and pleasant restaurant. If I will be in this area again, I will have my dinner here.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
We each had a pizza and shared a salad.
The staff was very friendly.
The pizzas were good, but together with the bread served as an appetiser, I thought was a little undercooked. This might be a matter of taste, because I think it was intended to be served this way.
The mixed vegetable pizza ('primavera') was not vegetarian, it also had ham and two kinds of fish. Vegetarians are stuck ordering a single ingredient pizza (onion, mushroom, cheese, spinach) or negotiating something not on the menu.
Our salad was more than big enough for the two of us and the ingredients were fresh. The taste of the salad was really lacking however, like everything was bought inexpensively from the supermarket.
I wouldn't be afraid to go there again, but might look for something else first.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
First I like the Menu, because they have some good vegan dishes.... If you have allergy, it isn't a problem, they do the best. You can order a steak of some ostrich meat..... Dishes at about 17-23 € the most of the time for meat.... Not a lot of tables, because they prefer quality;... confortable to seat and the next table isn't 15 cm of yours.....Thanks to the crew.
3.5 based on 35 reviews
From the outdoor Terrace and also from within, one has a great view of the Sorpesee. We lunched there on a very hot day in August: two salads, one with melted goat cheese and one with fried chicken breast. If you take into account that the salads cost no more than 8 to 9 euros, one gets really an excellent value for money. And a glass of nice Chardonnay 0.2L for 5 euro is also quite attractive. For lunch, I can definitely recommend this restaurant
4 based on 12 reviews
We had dinner here while we stayed in the Sauerland for a few days.
My wife had a large portion of excellent Spargel (asparagus were in season), with a choice of accompaniments (a selection of hams in her case). Then they specially made a dessert for her with the last strawberries they had left, and which were not even on the menu.
I had the pork loin medallions (Schweinelendchen) with Speckbohnen cooked just right, and the best home-made Spätzle north of the Schwarzwald. No dessert needed after eating all that :-)
Nice draft beers, we particularly enjoyed the Grevensteiner and the Bayreuther Landbier.
4 based on 9 reviews
Also vorweg. Es war sehr lecker. Sowohl die Waffel auch auch die Torte. Der Kaffee war im altbackenen Kännchen serviert. Die Einrichtung wirkte eher Rustikal. Ich weiß nicht ob es noch einen anderen Eingang gab aber der Zugang vom Cafe-Garten über die Außentreppe ist nur etwas für Menschen die keine Höhenangst haben und nicht gehandicapt sind. Im Detail sollte man vielleicht darauf achten, dass man die Waffel erst mit Puderzucker bestreut und dann das Besteck auf den Teller legt. In meinem Fall war es wohl anders, das Besteck war auch eingepudert. Ist nicht so angenehm.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Ein 5 Gänge Menü unter 40 Euro? Da sollte man schon etwas skeptischer sein. Wir waren es nicht und haben uns das Sylvestermenü bestellt. Nein, ein Gaumenschmaus war es dann wirklich nicht, was wir da n Thai Küche vorgesetzt bekamen, Dünnes Jacobsmuschelsüppchen, Eigenwillige Kombination von Fisch (Knurrhahn) und Lamm als Hauptgericht - wobei das Lamm noch am schmackhaftesten war, faseriger Ingwer und reichlich Koriandergrün. Das Dessert mächtig aber nur pampig süß. Und als Krönung ein lauwarmer Espresso mit Bodensicht. Wahrlich kein Sylvesterschmaus. Aber preislich sehr günstig!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
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