Ambiance - Fairly cozy German style tavern in central Bamberg. visited fairly late on a Saturday evening and it wasnät very full and the mood was fairly sleepy. Service - Prompt and friendly. Selection - Had a few of their own beers available that were quite nice. Food - Did not eat. Value - Very fair. Additional comments - None!
A rather up-scale hotel and restaurant. Still, I went in at 10:30 am and was the only one there, but no one complained about me ordering 300 ml of each of their 4 tap beers. Quick service and good beers. Got to like the small size too if you are sampling lots in a few days.
Went there under recommendation from locals met at Spezial’s. Food is ok, beer too. They told me it’s probably the cheapest wirtshaus in Bamberg. I cannot confirm it, anyway it was worth to go there and have their Schäuferla washed down with a good keller
Visited on day 2 of the Bamberg Post Xmas Jolly - 25/01/14.
Rocked up around 2220 so still some time from closing but initially the young waitress didnt want to serve us. Put this down to a German expectation that we wanted a hot meal and 3 litres of bier! After explaining we wanted one of each house beer and we’d be done in 20 minutes all was fine.
Located in the altstadt, 5 mins walk from Kloster or Schlenkerla, Wilde Rose is a largeish single roomed affair, lots of wood typical 80’s German feel. The place was empty, 2 or 3 other folks finishing up who seemed to know the server. Service was fine once we explained our situation. 4 house beers avaiable (brewed by Keesman) - all ok, none outstanding. Worth going for the ticks as close to other venues but not a go to destination.
Came here late, just at closing. After making clear that we weren’t there to just drink beer and get drunk, but to try what they had, we were allowed to stay and sample what they have. A few solid beers from their own brewery. Not hard to get to from the other pubs, so worth a visit just to try a few of their own beers while heading to another place.
a typically comfortable multi-roomed brown bar restaurant setting with a small bar up front pouring a couple of the Wilde Rose beers (contracted by Keesman, previously by Mahr’s). the Keesman pils and the Wilde Rose weizen were available, the weizen was especially good and deserving of a trip, with the added bonus that the kellerbier may be on tap as well, all in the heart of Bamberg. this was actually one of the very few places within the city that I visited, with most time spent exploring the countryside (this being my fifth visit to Bamberg).