Nice staff, friendly and keen to speak English, however, I should have know that advertising such a fact ought to have signal the rip off meal we got. The Curry Wurst was fine but a bit like a mac donalds and the vegi schnitzel was deep fried, not homemade and served with a scoup of potato salad out the jar. Worse than something I would ever eat at home and not at all worth £8 a meal. Felt ripped off, tainted, and hungry after eating here.
Best place to eat and drink in Passau by far. The food was plentyful and so tasty! They have an English menu which makes choosing easier, and vegetarian selections with much salad. It was the only place on the night we spent in Passau that had any atmosphere and was actually busy! The beer was from Hacklberg brewery with a special Starkbier brewed for the lent season from Gutsbrau brewery, 7km up the road. Fantastic place.
Our favourite bar from a recent holiday to Munich. A very cosy place, prettily decorated with dark lighting and relaxing electronic music. We sat at the bar and soon got chatting to the owner and co who have perfect English, we had a brilliant couple of evenings here, fresh and experimental cocktails, 'flaming B52' a highlight! Tuesday night is cocktail happy night. An Absinthe bar with plenty of variety of Absinthe but we stuck to the beer which was from the Hofbrauhaus; Helles, Weisse and Dunkel on offer. The bar also does Asian type food in the daytime. Definitely recommend.
Amazingly good ice-cream, even in a minus two month of March! Tried Strawberry, Butterscotch and Tiramisu which all left a lasting impression of deliciousness, the flavours are the real thing, i.e. not added flavours!! and it all tastes fresh not fatty. Get the U-Bahn number 1 or 7 to Rotkreuzplatz, take a left as you exit and you'll see Sarcletti diagnolly across the road. No queues at this time of year, just great ice-cream, fantastic Italian coffee and friendly service. There's hot meals too if you want them.
A lovely place to stay in a beautiful location. This is a family run b&b who were keen to make us welcome and advise on the local area and attractions, the main being the Elan Valley with it's spectacular reservoirs which is a handy short drive, of slightly longer walk, away. I slept incredibly well here, the room was warm and cosy, the breakfast was delicious with bright yellow free range eggs, vegetarian sausage option and brown toast, a winner for me.
Fantastic find! Warm, welcoming, so much hoppy goodness on tap, including the all new Tiny Rebel beers. Brilliant internet jukebox, and you get the feeling the locals would dance to whatever you put on. Just a brill place, can't wait to go back. See there website which is regularly updated for ale and food menus and charity events. http://www.thecommercialpontymister.com
Expensive with sporadic and disinterested service. Very busy when we were there, full of people ,and dogs with whome I would prefer not to share a cafe with. Try-hard funky atmosphere with tarzan on the tv and rock and roll memorabilia around the place . Enjoyed the cream tea with massive pot of Assam but I think even for Fowey prices could be better. Disappointed as recommended by a friend who loves it here.
Duke of Wellington Mews, Church Street, Cowbridge, Wales CF71 7BB
Fantastic place to visit. It has new quirky craft items, toys, fresh eggs and plants as well as furniture and vintage crockery etc. It's also a lovely place to have a coffee, a bowl of soup or even a cream tea.