To Eat Index - Alphabetized
You’re hungry. You’re looking for somewhere good to grab a bite to eat… but where do you start?
Thankfully, Germany Ja has a growing collection of posts detailing the many restaurants, cafes, and pizza joints here in Germany. This is an index of all the food establishments we have reviews and information about, listed alphabetically with the type of food served and the general location indicated next to them.
But maybe you’re craving that something special. Tonight you only want pizza. Or schnitzel. Or to satisfy your sweet tooth. Fortunately for you, we’ve got an index listed by type of cuisine, too.
Or perhaps you’re headed out to explore further afoot than will get you back in time to make dinner or grab “your” table at the local gasthaus… Well, we’ve also got an index sorted by general location in Germany.
You’ve got two great ways to figure out where you’re going for dinner tonight! Prost!
Off-Base Dining Establishments
Asia Lounge Asian buffet; Pirmasens
Big Emma’s Restaurant diner-style German food; Ramstein
Cafe Rossi German; Heidelberg
Cantina Mexicana Mexican; Einsiedlerhof (KMC)
City Grill doner; Spicher (Spangdahlem)
Dürkheimer Fass German Barrel Restaurant; Bad Dürkheim (Mannheim)
Die Bühne Backstage Restaurant German; downtown Ramstein
Dolores burritos; Berlin
Gasthaus Winzerkeller German; Rüdesheim (Wiesbaden)
IceRobot self-serve ice cream; Kaiserslautern
Kahori sushi; Kaiserslautern
Kinto Asia Restaurant sushi; Zweibrüken
Lava Restaurant Korean BBQ-style; Saarlouis
Mextaca Mexican; Ramstein
MoschMoshch Japanese; Heidelberg
Okinii sushi; Wiesbaden
Pfeffermühle German; Landstuhl
Pinchos tapas-style food; Stuttgart
Quack German; Kaiserslautern
Rambutan Thai; Garmisch
Restaurant Himalaya Indian; Kaiserslautern
Safari East African food; Kaiserslautern
Schlenkerla Brewery and Restaurant brewery & German food; Bamberg
Taco Kidd Mexican; Kaiserslautern
Taj Mahal Chinese; Einsiedlerhof (Ramstein)
Trattoria da Salvatore Italian; Landstuhl
Zum Gulden Stern German; Nürnberg
Zum Storchennest (Stork’s Nest) German; Bann (near Landstuhl)