Everything at Burg Schwarzenstein invites you to relax and enjoy. Behind the landmarked walls you will find a haven of hospitality: a fine oasis of tranquillity with beautiful rooms and an exquisite cuisine in the middle of the vineyards of the Rheingau. Reason enough for Nils Henkel to overload his dishes with authenticity and regionality. At Restaurant Schwarzenstein, guests can enjoy a new German cuisine that confidently and creatively plays with different textures and aromatic surprises, paying special attention to seasonal herbs and vegetables.
|Miercoles||-||18:30 - 22:30|
|Jueves||-||18:30 - 22:30|
|Viernes||-||18:30 - 22:30|
|Sabado||12:00 - 14:30||18:30 - 22:30|
|Domingo||12:00 - 14:30||18:30 - 22:30|
Nils Henkel stands for the "Pure Nature" cuisine and serves his guests creations of his very own style. His new German cuisine confidently and creatively plays with different textures and aromatic surprises, paying special attention to seasonal and regional herbs and vegetables. Fish and meat often tend to recede into the "second row" as a delicious accompaniment.
Hotel-Restaurant Burg Schwarzenstein in the vineyards of the Rheingau spoils its guests with culinary hospitality behind landmarked walls: the Grill & Wine Bar offers fresh and hearty food in a casual atmosphere, in the romantic Burgrestaurant Cuisinier Marco Stenger serves the finest of cuisine and cellar, and in Restaurant Schwarzenstein Nils Henkel promises the ultimate moments of pleasure.
It is not the banking and airport metropolis Frankfurt that is Hesse's capital, as some might think, but the small flourishing spa city of Wiesbaden. In this federal state, many beautiful forest areas invite you to go for a hike. Like the Rhön, the Taunus and the Spessart, the Oden and the Westerwald as well as the Rothaargebirge. The Hessian Rheingau is one of the best German wine and fruit regions.
In no other federal state are there as many health resorts and spas with mineral springs as in Hesse. Wiesbaden stands out with its 65°C healing thermal springs, whose powers were already used by the Romans over 2000 years ago. Last, but not least: Germany's greatest poet and thinker was a Hessian: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
5 course menu including a aperitif, a night in a double room & breakfast€590 für 2 Personen
Sit down for an evening of fine dining, and then create your very own dessert with guidance from an expert chef. Start by booking a dinner at one of about 80 JRE—short for Jeunes Restaurateurs—restaurants across Europe, run by an association of young chefs known for using traditional cooking methods to innovate the cuisine of their home countries. After your meal, head behind the scenes to the upscale gastronomy's kitchen, where you'll learn how to prepare a sweet treat.
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