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.
Located in the charming castle-turned-hotel of Schwarzenstein, the gourmet restaurant Schwarzenstein Nils Henkel represents the best of European cuisine. Infusing regional herbs and produce into the carefully crafted 'Flora' and 'Fauna' menus, Chef Nils Henkel has done an extraordinary job with the dishes which earned the restaurant two Michelin stars, 18 Gault Millau points and several other accolades. Prix fixe six and eight course meals are also available apart from the a la carte. The finesse of the dark wooden and grey hued dining room with bright chandeliers brings out the attention to detail. The restaurant is a must-visit for an impeccable dining 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.
Serving patrons for more than four decades, Restaurant Ente is known for its spectacular culinary delights. Chef Michael Kammermeier's has focused on creating a menu that revolves around duck meat and duck-based dishes that are renowned all over the world. The wine cellar of the restaurant boasts more than 800 wines and the sommeliers will help you put together the best meal with wine pairings. Sporting two floors, the interiors are elegant with softly lit wall sconces, chandeliers and large windows. A must-visit, the restaurant Ente has been awarded one Michelin star and 16 Gault Millau Points.
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.
Loreleyblick Maria Ruh is a lovely restaurant that extends into the Loreley Observation Park. Set atop a hill, the restaurant offers picturesque views of the surrounding mountains, valleys, woodlands and the scenic River Rhein. At this idyllic restaurant, guests can enjoy à la carte meals or fire their BBQ pits and enjoy a variety of grilled meats, fishes and vegetables. They also host fun music concerts.
Enjoy light, fresh cuisine on the romantic mountain terrace with a marvellous view of the Rhine.