A delightful evening with the 8 courses menu and wine-paired. The host is very knowledgeable and helpful especially with wine. The skill of the chef is worth the two stars. A lot of effort is put into the dishes and this is a real honor...More
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We've stayed here on recommendation of a friend. We took the 4-course menu including wine-pairing. All the dished were made with the greatest care and balanced flavours. The host really knows where she is talking about, and it is a big plus that they serve...More
As an addition of being a 2 stars Michelin restaurant is also a winery , wine house ,wine bar and hotel in the heart of the Mosel's wine region located in the oldest city of Germany , so if your pocket can afford it you...More
Food was great, we had a first course composed of a salad with fish and chips pieces inside, and the second course was an excellent meat with crunchy corn and mustard sauce. Desert a panna cotta with fruit. All accompanied with the corresponding Riesling wine....More
Tue night, not busy at all. Choice of 5 course or 8 course meal. We went for the 5 course meal. Food was cooked to perfection and the service impeccable. 2 star Michelin can often be disappointing but thankfully not in this case. I recommend...More
We have now tried both the gourmet restaurant and the weinhaus. Kind service on the phone when I called to make the reservation and also when we arrived. The staff at both restaurants was helpfull and kind, and especially at the gourmet restaurant the waiter...More
A friend invited me for dinner on October 13, 2015 to Becker's, a top class restaurant in the hotel of the same name, located in the Olewig section of Trier just 2 km from the Hotel Villa Hügel where we were staying. The chef Wolfgang...More
Really great, much more that one might expect in a smallish town, but it has a Michelin star and high ratings in Guide Milleau, and it lives up to all of them. Great service, ambiance, and well worth the experience.
This is one of a very few restaurants in Trier that offer entry level fine dining. This one includes some Rhineland stalwarts such as Weinersnitchel raised to a higher level. It offers its very own wines, and our burgunder was delightful.