Whilst Fontana is actually an eiscafe, you can eat fantastic salads. The salads are fresh and portions are huge. If you are in Würzburg and hungry, go there and surprise yourself.
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Just for a day in Würzburg, we wanted to stop for a quick and light lunch. The tables in the open were full (always a good sign) so we thought of trying out this place even though at first glance it looked more of an...More
Great location near the bridge, good pizza and gelato. It is always busy but it is popular with both locals and tourist. Staff are friendly and the price is reasonable.
On the corner of the Grafeneckart you can either sit outside in front of the small Cafe Bar or inside on two levels. The staff is very friendly, the espresso excellent and the ice cream as well. Have a seat and watch the crowd passing...More
The 3 of us had a very pleasant meal today not far from the old bridge. I had salmon which was very good with excellent local white wine, Bacchus, along. The calzone and pizza was also good and all meals was plentiful and we struggled...More
After a horrid experience at a nearby place, we settled her and wee happily surprised. The service -- at last for us -- was outstanding, the salad and pizza were terrific and he ambiance very nice. Portions large, bill reasonable. Onl regret was that I...More
Decided to relax and have a coffee at the Fontana Cafe in Wurzburg--and also use the restroom. Coffee was great. Nice cafe with outdoor seating. Had to laugh about the restroom facilities. When I asked, they said the restroom was upstairs. Only when I went...More
The waiter here was rude and aggressive and and I will not go there again. We felt humiliated and upset that he told us off us loudly in front of all the other customers - we cancelled our order and left. Luckily there are lots...More
My wife and I have been here a couple of times for dinner and have not been disappointed. Great food, atmosphere and an excellent value. My wife also loves the gelato. But I have to say that meeting and talking to Amanuel Ersay was an...More