Budget Restaurants in The Rhineland

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Budget Restaurants in The Rhineland

Restaurants Overview
Name Price/
Cuisine
Location
 
Alte Gutsschänke
Locals and tourists mingle naturally here, near the open fireplace...
$
German
Cochem
 
Altes Haus
This charming medieval half-timber house (1368) is a favorite...
$
German
Bacharach
 
Am Knipp
At this Bierstube dating from 1698, guests dig into their regional...
$
German
Aachen
 
Bistro Zicke
Weekend brunch (served until 4 pm) can get busy at this French-inspired...
$
French
Düsseldorf
 
Brauerei Zur Uel
A nontraditional brew house, the Uel is the popular hangout for...
$
German
Düsseldorf
 
Café Einstein
Portraits of Einstein line the walls of this busy restaurant...
$
Eclectic
Koblenz
 
Café Elefant
For three decades, writers and artists from Köln's elegant Agnesviertel...
$
European
Cologne
 
Der Postwagen
This annex of the more upscale Ratskeller is worth a stop for...
$
German
Aachen
 
Em Höttche
Beethoven was a regular at this tavern, which has been around...
$
German
Bonn
 
Früh am Dom
For real down-home cooking, there are few places that compare...
$
German
Cologne
 
Gutsausschank Zum Grünen Baum
The Bastian family (also owners of the vineyard Insel Heyles'en...
$
German
Bacharach
 
Historische Weinwirtschaft
Tables in the flower-laden garden in front of this lovingly restored...
$
German
Oberwesel
 
Päffgen
There's no better Bräuhaus in Köln for drinking Kölsch, the city's...
$
German
Cologne
 
Weindorf-Koblenz
This reconstructed "wine village" of half-timber houses is grouped...
$
German
Koblenz
 
Weinhaus Heilig Grab
This wine estate's tavern, Boppard's oldest, is full of smiling...
$
German
Boppard
 
Weinhaus Hubertus
Hunting scenes and trophies line the wood-panel walls of this...
$
German
Koblenz
 
Weinstube Kesselstatt
The interior has exposed beams and polished wood tables; the...
$
German
Trier
 
Zum Domstein
Whether you dine inside or out, don't miss the collection of...
$
German
Trier
 
Zum Uerige
Among beer buffs, Düsseldorf is famous for its Altbier, so called...
$
German
Düsseldorf
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