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“Contemporary Authentic Cuisine”
Review of Goldener Adler

Goldener Adler
Ranked #29 of 1,487 Restaurants in Stuttgart
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: French, German
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Dining options: Reservations
Neighbourhood: Karlshöhe
Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

Traditional dishes served with a flair and refinement on all the dishes we ordered. The delicious Maultasche soup, with a broth that was rich and smooth was a perfect starter. Main courses of braised Ox with Spâtzle and pan fried veal with the most tasty potato-cucumber salad were large enough to share. The service was friendly, fun and present. Can’t beat that! Highly recommend, and we will return on our next visit to Stuttgart!

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Reviewed 23 October 2017

Saturday night dinner. The place was full and veeeeeeeeery noisy. The table was next to the window, which was open and it was quite cold. Once closed it became extremely hot so had to open it again.
Service was a bit slow. Meals were ok.
I dont think the place is worth the rating it currently has and especially for the prices they charge.

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2  Thank Eugene K
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

Great food, small charming place, be sure to book a table a while in advance and be sure to order desert.

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Reviewed 22 May 2017

Two colleagues and I visited this restaurant twice before and it was good; however, on a recent visit, things were different. On a Sunday night, the place was busy with couples, friends and families, and my two friends and I sat by a window, and a strong smell of cooked fish had greeted us. The noise level was high, and the sparse wooden tables added to the feeling that this was a "cheap and cheerful" local restaurant. However, it proved otherwise. The three of us ordered tagliolini with truffle sauce which was tasty, but the three or four root vegetables that came with it were seriously undercooked, almost raw. The second course, parcels of spinach and meat with a "fried egg" sounded good...but alas, it turned out to be a large, dry omelette with the maultaschen inside, and it was totally lacking in flavour and the two of us struggled to eat much of it. The salad that came with it was ok. One dessert, which was two scoops of ice cream and two dry pieces of chocolate cake ended the meal. With one bottle of Chardonnay/Weiserburgunder,(€32,) a port and a Gin and Tonic, the bill came to an astonishing €180, which was €60 per head...far too much for indifferent food served by stressed and unsmiling staff. Perhaps the fact that the Boss was out that night had something to do with it, but we were seriously disappointed, and will not return.

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2  Thank waiter11
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

We were quite disappointed with our first visit. We really did not think our meals lived up to the ratings, recommendations from friends, and prices which are a bit higher than usual ~Eur 25 for an entrée.
Since this restaurant has a Michelin "bib gourmand" rating, we've been wanting to try it out for years. The online reviews and numerous personal recommendations added to our excitement to use the opportunity of visiting family to finally go.
We were all very underwhelmed. The decor is classy and warm and the service good. They were accommodating to our toddlers and we were happy to notice many more small children for an early dinner seating.
The soups were terrific: a wonderful asparagus cream soup and a rich flavorful beef broth. But the maultaschen were over-herbed and did not pair well with the beef broth.
For the entrées, the maultaschen omelette was criminally overcooked. The asparagus hollandaise sauce was thin, too vinagry, and lacking flavor overall. We really did not enjoy the veal kidneys, we've honestly have had far better in food halls and highway rest stops in France. And the sauce for the lovely and delicate fish was unpleasant, too much sweetness and the fennel was overpowering.
Perhaps it was an off night, but we were sorely disappointed for a restaurant of that standing and reputation. There are many more solid establishments that offer a far better reliable value in the area. We won't be back.

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Thank wanderuende
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