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vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $
This place is a second, solid option in Essing if the Schneider brewpub doesn't tickle your fancy. It's a rather large building, incorporating a small Inn/Gasthaus as well as the restaurant. Past the little patio with 6-7 small tables, up a short set of stairs, in to the left, and you are in their Stube. It is a large room, long from front to back. A small service bar, with hops draped over its top, is at near right, and 8-9 large, solid but plain, wooden tables are placed throughout. Light wood panelling goes 1/2 way up the walls, then white plaster. Wood carvings, old bier signs, paintings, photos, etc; they are all there giving the place atmosphere. Big, heavy beams traverse the ceiling, with shelves along the tops of the wall with scads of old steins. A very comfy, traditional Gasthof.
Biers? They had 2 from Frischeisen (Kelheim): Helles and Märzen; four from Eichhofener: Pils, Dunkel, Hefeweizen and a Leicht Hefe; plus a Hefeweizen from Schneider & Sohn (Kelheim). I had a couple of the Frischeisen Märzen, along with my big-ass Wiener Schnitzel. It was joined on the plate by Pommes Frittes, and a Salat. All for only 6.80EU. The 0.5l bier was only 2.20EU. Good score!! I was waited on by the wife of the owner; service was top-shelf, as well. A great little place well off the beaten track.
atmosphere: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $
10-11-2005 16:59:18 | More by Bierman9
Gasthof Felsenwastlwirt in Essing, Germany
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