Serving some of the finest German contemporary cuisines, the PURS restaurant boasts a great menu in an upscale setting. Housed inside Hotel PURS, the fine dining restaurant is heralded by Chef Christian Eckhardt and has been awarded with two Michelin stars. Offering 5 course to 7 course prix fixe menus and a la carte, some of the delights you will come across are Norway Lobster, Foie Gras and cheese assortments and chocolate based desserts. The decor is elegant with red walls, floor-to-ceiling windows and an adjoining kitchen which can be openly viewed. Perfect for an intimate dinner, the PURS is not to be given a miss.
Steinheuers Restaurant Zur Alten Post has won two Michelin stars and 19 Gault et Millau points. It has even gained critical acclaim as one of the best restaurants in the country. The chefs focus on German and French cuisine though guests can also savor international classics. The ambiance is charming with decorative floral arrangements in tall vases, parquet flooring and ceiling lights that bathe the room in a warm golden glow. The dishes are a creative take on traditional recipes and the menu features pork dishes, dumplings, nougats and fruit sorbets with lavish visual presentation. Opt for the multi-course prix-fixe menu for the best culinary experience.
Set in a lovely chapel, Pastorale Kultursalon has gained recognition owing to its refreshing concept and finely crafted food cooked to perfection. Mellow lights illuminate the interior of the restaurant, while elegant décor accentuates the serenity of its confines. Specializing in German cuisine, the establishment also offers a tasteful selection of wine to accompany your meal. Unwind over delectable food within the charming walls of the restaurant or grab a table out in the Sommergarten where the breeze carries the enticing aroma of delicious culinary delights.
A quirky museum which doubles as a café, Beatles Museum and Yellow Submarine Café has established itself as one of the most popular attractions in Bad Ems. Featuring an extensive collection of paraphernalia which ranges from sketches, CDs, and figurines to stamps, books, clothing, and autographs, the museum is a veritable wonderland for fans of The Beatles. Guided tours of the facility are offered to those interested. Take a break from perusing the objects on display and unwind at the Yellow Submarine Café which whips up tasteful coffees and snacks.
Circus Maximus is restaurant, bar and music club, all rolled under one roof. Opened in 2009, their eatery serves delicious burgers where even vegetarians and vegans are catered to. Unwind at the cozy bar over some drinks or head downstairs where all the action is. The basement is the stage of live performances, poetry slams, readings and parties.
Savor the authentic flavors of Argentina at Los Gauchos, the Argentine steakhouse. You can enjoy your sumptuous meal in the rustic decor with a warm vibe or the patio seating on cobbled pathways. Specializing in Argentine beef steaks, the open charcoal grilled meat is a must try for experiencing the deliciousness of Latin cuisine. Try the Fillet steak 'La Paz' and Churrasco 'Martin Fierro', the Angus steaks grilled and flamed at your table. In desserts, you can try the Copacabana, the traditional flan with vanilla ice cream.