Our Dorfstuben are two original farmhouse parlours from the 19th century: the »Förster-Jakob-Stube«, named after the forester father of Hermann Bareiss, and the »Uhrenstube«, which gets its name from the many cuckoo and other clocks on the walls. This is where Ingrid Jedlitschka and her team pamper the guests of the Bareiss and from Mitteltal warmly – in the best sense of the word. The cuisine represents a wide-ranging cross-section of traditional delicacies from the Black Forest and from Swabia.
Tasty farmhouse bread, butter balls, quark and lard as an Entree – and then see how equally deliciously the meal continues. The menu makes one calmly rejoice, and there is most definitely something there for every taste and every pleasurable sensation: freshly smoked Buhlbach trout, Black Forest ham, roast duck, or fried beef and onions in gravy with hand-made Swabian noodles. Accompanied by a freshly drawn glass of pils, a quarter litre of local Baden wine, or a wine recommendation from the Dorfstuben Edition.
- Guide Michelin 2019: 1 red knife and fork, Bib Gourmand for the best cost-benefit ratio
- Gault Millau 2019: 15 points, 2 chef's toques, 2 red knives and forks
- Der große Restaurant- und Hotel-Guide 2019: 3 out of 5 chef's toques
- Schlemmer-Atlas 2019: 3 out of 5 »Schlemmer-Atlas« spoons
- Varta-Führer 2019: 1 diamond, Varta Tipp for service and cuisine
- Gusto 2019Germany: 6 out of 10 »Gusto« pans, 2 out of 5 knives and forks
- Falstaff Gasthaus Guide 2019: 89 points, 2 forks