To relax and enjoy food or drink, it is hard to beat Westbub-Kilsburg.
Near the northern entrance to Stuttgart Park from the same name, you will see some of the city’s most beautiful flower gardens.
During a visit to Kilsberg Park, I walked through countless restaurants over the years, but I never stopped eating there. One reason is that it has unpredictable hours and often seems to be closed when it is open.
But when the seemingly new administration leaflet arrives in the mailbox, it looks like it’s time for a visit.
Recently, during the week, we stopped eating lunch just to see the signs that the restaurant was closed for the family reasons. I gave the owners the benefit of the doubt and returned the next day to try again. In general, I am not upset.
The restaurant has comfortable indoor seating, outdoor beer garden patio tables and benches as well as small tables. We chose outdoor dining because of the warm weather and good views.
The menu is a mix of traditional regional delicacies such as maultaschen and spaetzle. There are a variety of salads, including steak, and even more exotic, delicious offerings.
The season’s menu seems to boast of everything that the restaurant’s local hunters killed during the hunt. I thought it might be something to try in the fall. There is also a selection of regional wines.
At the Gazberger Marsh, Stagart District, the Swiss stew was ordered to be served in spicy, beef and potato-rich beef soup. But he felt it was the wrong choice for a hot summer afternoon.
For lunch, a member of our party went to a perfect, mature stew with a safe steak. I was always beaten or escaped by the humble Shintez. Usually, only the outer layer slides on the outside of the cutlet filled with veal or pork, which results in mushy bread crumbs on one side, as well as the floor on the other. But this meal was held together.
Spaetzle with soup, fried chicken salad and fried fish fillet had other orders on our table. Everyone was delighted, except for the salad man, who complained that there was not enough chicken and that the dressing tasted good.
But all in all, it was a wonderful walk to get out of our lunch at the magnificent Vegetable Park in Kilsburg Park.
Environment: 15 Beim Hoehenbad, in Kilsburg Park.
Hours11 a.m. – 10 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday.
Information: Online: weinstube-killesberg.de
Prices: Most menu items cost $ 15 to $ 20.