Schloss Balthasar – Rust – Germany Visit Review: 15.4

Deutschland über alles !

I am sorry to tell you that, but Germans beat Americans hollow!

My parent status forced me one day to go to EuroDisney. I have obviously chosen to go to lunch in the restaurants “high-end” (if indeed this term can have a significance in this place) to avoid the junk food accessible to “vulgum pecus”, and without find something to satisfy me, of course.

I know, I’m obnoxious, but I’ll do my mea culpa another day.

Same adventure at Europa Park. What could be expected from a kitchen at a leisure park welcoming over 5 million visitors a year? Bad prejudice! Schloss (castle) Balthasar.

Schloss Balthasar

Schloss Balthasar

For the ogre I am: awesome! And yet, it had started pretty badly since you had to queue for a table, something I NEVER do! But between the rain and the tiredness of the youngest, sometimes you have to bit the bullet.

First of all, the setting is authentic. It is actually an old castle that was converted into a restaurant. It is under the protection of a conservation association of ancient monuments.

Schloss Balthasar

Schloss Balthasar

 

Then the dishes are traditional, deer stew, badoise soup (beef and dumplings), pork tenderloin, mushrooms and spaetzle, beef cheek with oyster mushrooms or the famous Wiener Schnitzel with a Duroc sauce.

Schloss Balthasar Europa Park KaiserSchmarrn

Schloss Balthasar Europa Park KaiserSchmarrn

To note on the menu the hilarious missprint of the filet of “beauf” (redneck filet!). Of course, I could not resist the legendary Kaiser Schmarrn for dessert. Enjoying ourselves, with two glasses of Pear Williams, we get 93.10 euros for 2 adults and a child! There I say: well done!

Schloss Balthasar Europa Park Addition

Schloss Balthasar Europa Park Addition


Date of the visite: 2016 December
Exceptional setting ,Germany ,Traditional
Schloss Balthasar

Tel: 00 49 78 22 77 14 400
Website: http://www.europapark.de/fr/restauration/chateau-balthasar#details
Addrese: Europa-Park-Straße 277977 Rust Allemagne

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