They were nice but the food was not . The children did not eat any thing we ask to change but we recive a "no" for an answer. The price was very high an expensive and we went hungry.
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We stopped in for dessert because our dinner restaurant ran out of Black Forest cake. Lilie is kitschy in the nicest way and is a local gathering spot. Upstairs in the Stübe, locals meet to sing traditional songs, accompanied by an accordion player. We were...More
More than 30 minutes waiting for someone to come and take our order! The restaurant wasn't even full of people as it was already 2 pm. If you don't have organizational skills, please, don't even think about running a restaurant!!!
You can't miss "Lilie". It's just on the right side at the main entrance to the Triberg Waterfalls. It has an open terrace suitable for warm days but if you are looking for a more traditional flair head for the main restaurant. It's a nice...More
After reading some negative comments, I am happy to say we lucked out multiple with very good food. I had various meat dishes multiple times along with potatoes and very tasty herb butter. My son always had schnitzel with fries,
Although the service was excellent, the food was uninspired. I had wild boar and my niece had a variety of ham and pork. All of the meat was dry and dumplings were nothing special. Sauerkraut and red cabbage were over cooked and a bit mushy....More
We ate in this restaurant on our trip to the Black Forest because Triberg has limited options and we had a hungry toddler with us. We speak German and my husbamd lived in Germany so we know what to expect. The terrace was full, although...More
Nice restaurant with clean interior and competent staff. I had the cream of potato soup which was delicious. I wanted to save room for the Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (Black Forest cherry cake); unfortunately the cake was awful! The cake was dry and crumbly and the cream...More