AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 15/20
madthom8 (126) South Devon , | September 9, 2013| Updated July 31, 2014
Visited July 2013. This restaurant/bar is right across from the Ebensfelder brewery tap. It used to be a brewery itself as you can see the old smoke/steam stacks out back. (The ashtray read ’Brauerei Neuner, Ebensfeld’). As well as a full range of Weismainer beers, they were rotating local beers Hetzel Frauendorfer Landbier and one from Reblitz of Nedersdorf. I tried the house soup which was more like a stew and good value despite the rather small portion. Be warned that without a map you might have a hard time finding this place from the rail station. Don’t follow the road signs like I did, as these are for autos and not pedestrians.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
on the main street through Ebensfeld, directly across the street from zum Schwan (which wasn’t open this day). Reblitz Bock and Reblitz Landbier on tap (from the brewery 11 km away), along with Weismainer (Puls-Brau) Helles and Pils. bottles of Weismainer weisse and dunkles kellerbier. fried carp on the menu card. old lady locals drinking bock bier with carp was fitting. most tables had reservations, we were booted from the stammtisch when the locals arrived for their nightly mug.