Weinstube Kesselstatt, Trier

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#6 of 36 in Wineries in Rhineland-Palatinate
Fans of wine--and Riesling in particular--should make a beeline for Weinstube Kesselstatt to learn all about the history of Riesling and the region’s rich vineyard tradition. An expert will guide you through a large wine cellar for a wine tasting, offering you a variety to sample, as well as a freshly baked baguette to nibble on. If you forget to book in advance or would rather skip the tour, hit the wine bar for a glass or two, along with some Rhineland-Palatinate specialty dishes. If the weather permits, grab a seat on the terrace and take in the view of the Cathedral. Make Weinstube Kesselstatt a centerpiece of your Trier vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Trier trip itinerary site .
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  • We came here rather coincidentally right after a walk around Trier. We were pleasantly surprised by the smooth control during a busy lunch. Prices were correct.
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  • On my first trip to Trier I was looking for a cosy restaurant for dinner. The hidden location with great outdoor has approached me and I stayed. My first irritation was that there was no service. The food must be - inside ordered and paid directly which in itself is not a problem. Unfortunately, after it was delivered to the table, I had to adjust that my steak with rosemary potatoes and asparagus tasted awful. The schnitzel was of very poor quality, fat and cartilage under the Panande. The potatoes were soggy soft and salty asparagus. On my complaint and promised one to me talk to the chef and has given me a jug wine. I hope that it has acted only to an individual case, because I would once again visit this location alone wg of the ambience and good wine. I hope to get a delicious meal.
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  • Ate there last summer, being next to the Cathedral around noon time, the choice was obvious. As the day was hot enough, we were attracted to their terrace which looked well animated. Unfortunately, on arrival the classic tables were all occupied, it took so on one table high in front, less convenient to eat. Discouraged by the heat, we renounced the traditional wine of the Weinstubbe and opted for a beer instead. They had local beer in a bottle which, no surprise, was very good. For the food, it was a different story: the two dishes that we took with my friend seemed to us very average. Thus, it was a bit too much Breading in my breaded fish and he was fat. My friend had a little more luck with his choice, but was not convinced either. The service was courteous without being warm, and very effective. Moreover, the way it works is unconventional: we order the dish inside and paid in advance. A flag is given to the customer thereafter that matters it to his table. It serves as reference when the food is given.
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  • A favorite amongst local and visitors alike. Weinstube Kesselstadt offers a wide selection of local wines by the glass or bottle, plus soft drinks, hot beverages and even bottled beer. Good selection of traditional snacks and dishes, too with daily specials. Rumor has it the mulled wine here is better than at the Christmas Market.
  • Great place for a meal, close to the Dome, actually just in front of it. Strange that they do a sort of "semi self-service": you go inside for order and pay, they then will bring you the food. Nevertheless the quality of the food was very good to my opinion, they have daily dishes plus other typical German plates. The prices are absolutely in the range, not expensive at all considering the nice location, maybe just because they do not takes orders directly at the table, they can keep them a little bit lower, and this is good, especially in relations with the food quality
  • Good vine, very tasty food, great atmosphere, friendly service, reasonable prices. I would highly recommend!
  • Very nice place. Not touristy despite the closeness to major attractions
  • Wonderful location with lovely view, and of course the wine is excellent.

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Where to stay in Trier

Trier offers a small selection of places to stay within the city. A youth hostel and a camper parking equipped with showers and toilet but no power caters to the budget travelers visiting the city. For more comfort, look for hotels in the Olewig area or Porta Nigra. Several four-star hotels provide even more luxury at relatively affortable price.
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