Nice ordfashioned place. We had today's lunch (turkey) which was very tasty. Such a large place with so many tables should have more waiters than those few working that day, though. We had to wait a little too long to be really content.
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Historic surroundings, Beautiful paintings, stained glass, wood board ceiling, even suits of armor, this restaurant has it all. This is a great place to lunch after you've seen City Hall which is connected to it. I don't know how old it is but it's Tudor...More
We went to this restaurant just when it opened. A table was booked through Opentable. The waiter welcomed us nicely and presentedbthe menu, and we chose a scampirsalad and a nice red wine. Excellent! If you travel to Kiel, enjoy your lunch at Ratskeller!
My husband and I somehow managed to avoid eating here the entire time we lived in Kiel. It wasn't until a return visit that we stopped by for dinner and realized what we had been missing out on. We never ate there because we thought...More
During a short visit to Kiel our friends, who live and work in the town, booked the four of us into a typical German restaurant. The building is on the edge of the Christmas market now on in Kiel, and proved to be very old...More
Good restaurant in a monumental building hall. cosy seats. very good food for a fair price. a bit out of the center but worth wile.
Very good location in the very city-center (right next to Rathaus). Nice food, big portions and good prices. Especially if you come during the week and get the lunch card - always a different choice and always a really good value for money. There are...More
We had a family gathering and our meal and the service was delightful. We were offered a large table that offered much privacy. One member of our party was a young child. He was offered toys to play with and our server slowed him to...More
We ordered a hunters schnitzel, which are like a wienerschnitzel, but pork instead of beef. It was very good and tasty. The only thing is, that they normally serve this dish with pommes frites, which in my view is a nogo. But on request they...More