We arrive in Rheinsberg in the early evening. It is already dark when we reach the Seehof Rheinsberg. Cozily lit from the outside, a glance through the windows reveals beautifully set tables. Everything looks inviting and friendly and that’s exactly how we are greeted when we enter the restaurant.
We are located in a farmhouse from 1750, which was converted into a hotel and restaurant in 1997.
The hotel offers single and double rooms, some of which have a view of Lake Grienerick. In the garden house there are apartments with direct lake view.
In the restaurant, in addition to the smaller dining room with a view of the street, there is also the possibility of sitting in the attractive winter garden, and in good weather there is also a courtyard garden.
Seehof Rheinsberg: here the boss is in the kitchen
The Seehof Rheinsberg is run by the Pfeiffer family and during our visit the boss was in the kitchen preparing the evening meal.
A look at the menu shows us, the choice would be difficult. It all sounded extremely good and from the fish dish to the meat dish to vegetarian dishes, there was a varied offer to choose from.
Patrick has chosen a vegetarian dish: “Chanterelle ravioli with brown butter, parmesan and small salad with berry dressing”. I opted for the “Königsberger veal meatballs with crispy capers, pickled beet and boiled potatoes”. Which one of us made the better choice – I don’t want to commit myself there. The ravioli tasted so wonderfully of mushrooms, was juicy and made you want more. My Königsberger veal meatballs were the best meatballs I’ve had in years. For me, Königsberger veal meatballs are a favorite dish and these were a dream: tender veal, well seasoned and in a dreamy sauce with the highlight of crispy capers (I hadn’t had them like this before). There my favorite dish becomes a taste experience!
We were invited to dinner at the Seehof Restaurant. Thank you very much! The report corresponds to our experience and was written independently to the visit.