“Merci” is located in the shopping centre Lago and relatively new in Konstanz. They have a creative cooking style and use fresh, regional and qualitative ingredients.
They serve light, international dishes. The menu is well sorted and changes regularly.
The furnishings and equipment is very chic, by the way!
Holly’s doesn’t understand itself as a classic gastronomy.
Holly’s is a place, where you can meet friends.
Holly’s is living room, coffice, lounge, sun terrace, meeting point, home …
Holly’s is your world.
That’s how we can find it on their homepage and to be honest, there is a piece of truth in it.
Holly’s has a super trendy atmosphere with New Yorker cheeseburger and pasta from Italy. Definitely give it a try.
You get a beautiful view to the Rhine for free!
Are you bored with the food in the canteen and pizza from next-door? What about a fresh and healthy salad or a smoothie during lunch? VIDA is the first bio delivery service and bio catering service in Konstanz where you can order yummy dishes or collect them at the VIDA places. Tip: Every Wednesday noon at 12 pm VIDA delivers to the University of Konstanz in front of the V building.
Are you a vegetarian or vegan? Then this place is for you – SOL Konstanz offers a full range of vegan and homemade breakfast and lunch options. The main focus is on regional and healthy foods – including the coffee, which comes straight from a local roastery.
The small Stadtkind vis-à-vis the Ellenrieder Gymnasium in Konstanz is an insider tip. Here, students sit on homely tables. Stadtkind offers daily fresh bakery products, yummy coffee, variations of breakfast as well as lovingly prepared snacks for lunch. A look inside is a must!
Noon is long past, you have been partying all night and now you are hungry as a horse. Who will serve you breakfast in this unfortunate situation? Of course, Café Zeitlos! Breakfast at noon? Yup, they serve it until 6 p.m.! You don’t even have to talk, as you order by ticking the desired dishes on a sheet of paper. Warm meals are served until 22 p.m. Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. is famous, too, and you should not arrive too late in summer if you wish to get hold of one of the seats in the rose garden of this bistro-café.
If you need another coffee, just stop by the Voglhaus, a neat colourful lounge café specialising in various fair-trade coffees, little snacks and cakes.
After a hard day at the university, you don’t have to travel far to reward yourself with a cold beer in one of Konstanz’s beer gardens. The sunny Uni-Biergarten, for example, is located on campus and offers drinks from April through August at affordable prices. You can even borrow a blanket if you would rather recline on the grass than sit in another chair after a long day of classes.
In the spring of 2012 the Brigantinus (roman name for Lake Constance) on the right bank of the Rhine became a student hot spot mainly in summer. Simple reason: after sunbathing on the shores of the Seerhein you are there in the blink of an eye. Sit down in the large beer garden, in the shadow of a beautiful beech tree and enjoy the freshly tapped beer. Food prices are student-friendly only at lunch (from 8.50 euros), however.
A real beer garden institution at the lake is the Hafenhalle. Salads, schnitzel, sausages and beer, and sometimes strange live bands, sports on the large-screen TV and of course the unbeatable view of the harbour. If only life were always this good.
Loaded with shopping bags and in need of a breather? Check out the K9 Le Sud, an insider location behind the restaurant K9, directly in the pedestrian area. We recommend the yummy grill offers.
You want to avoid the hurly-burly of the crowds? Then visit the idyllic beer garden Stromeyer at the shores of the Seerhein. Amidst landmarked art nouveau buildings and the historical water tower this is the perfect place to relax another way.
Summer is around the corner and you’re wondering where to find the best ice cream in town? If you’re looking for a truly exceptional selection of flavours, look no further than the Zandanel café in Konstanz’s pedestrian area (Wessenbergstraße). They have it all: from plum to tangerine to Raffaello. And they’re particularly famous for their custom flavours, which really make all the difference! If artisan ice cream is your thing, you might also love the Pano: Sorbets, frozen yoghurt or regular ice cream – at the Pano, every season comes with its own range of choices.
Why not cool off on a hot summer’s day with a refreshing, tasty frozen yoghurt treat? You can put together your own dessert using a variety of fresh and fruity toppings.