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“A nice restaurant 20' from Patzcuaro”
Review of Campestre Aleman

Campestre Aleman
Ranked #8 of 56 Restaurants in Patzcuaro
Cuisines: German
Dining options: Breakfast
Restaurant details
Dining options: Breakfast
Reviewed 3 July 2015

Campestre Aleman is a nice restaurant n the highway from Patzcuaro to Erongaricuaro in between the villages of Arocutin and Uricho...The setting by the lake is charming and the food is quite good. The specialty is smoked trout among other German and Mexican dishes.

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Reviewed 21 June 2015 via mobile

It's a great experience to share, I don't know what's best; food, service or the place...
The restaurant its near erongaricuaro and patzcuaro, they serve a vast variety of plates.
I recommend to make a reservation if you visit on weekends or else you'll have to wait a lo g time to get a table.
Chamorro al horno, trout with pistachio, fillet medallions, everything its great!
My dad use to bring us years ago, and I had ages without visiting, its a really quiet, nature-like place to eat and drink well.
Almost forgot, bring a good sweater or windbreaker because it's chilli all the time, all the year.

1  Thank EchauriEE
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Reviewed 26 March 2015

This is a fine restaurant that unless recommended by another person , no one will know it exists. It is far away from town and access is tricky. Nice view of Isla de Janitzio however.
You have missed the best entrée if you don't order the tasty trout that are raised in their own backyard.

1  Thank Venerando B
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Reviewed 2 January 2015

Overall I was enamored by Rolf Gunter Hoppe's Bavarian vision, replete with whimsical foul littering the ponds, Germanic decoration and a menu longer than the Berlin wall. And as for the food...

Bratwurst? Yes please. Sauerkraut? Don't mind if I do. Tepid, damp strudel served cream-less? No, I think I'll pass. Aside from the disappointing strudel, my dining companion and I felt taken to Hoppe's bosom and for that we shall be eternally grateful.

Get there schnell!

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2  Thank Grubbertastic
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Reviewed 24 December 2014

This beautifully decorated restaurant is set amongst charming grounds with the tranquil waters of the ponds a little disturbed by greedy geese eager for a taste of Bavarian bread. The tasty traditional was food sehr gut, and the service wunderbar.

Owner Rolf Gunter Hoppe could be seen scurrying around the lower trout ponds, nattering to his aquatic friends, but unfortunately was a little to engrosed to swing by the table for a quick natter about the fortunes of Borrussia Dortmund this season.

The experience was nice, and the price reasonable, although the disappointingly lukewarm strudel left a little bit of a sour taste in the mouth.

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1  Thank PhilCharter3
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