In Cafes, bars and restaurants in Stuttgart

Let’s eat potatoes in Stuttgart!

New restaurant Grombier in Stuttgart

Hi guys! Do you like potatoes? Then you will be delighted to hear that a new restaurant is in town that specializes on your favorite dish. Read on and find out where you can get the best potatoes in Stuttgart!

New restaurant Grombier in Stuttgart

Grombier is an old-fashioned Swabian word for potato – and the name of the new restaurant in Stuttgart.

Offers the most creative potatos in Stuttgart: Grombier in downtown Stuttgart.

At Grombier you find huge baked potatoes with various, sometimes quite creative, toppings: olives, goat’s cheese, emmentaler cheese, cucumber salad and couscous (Maldini) for example or salmon, dill, cucumber salad, emmentaler cheese, arugula, yoghurt dressing and lentils (Larsson), not to forget the famous Maultaschen potato (Kliensmann)! Yep, that’s a Maultasche (our Swabian version of a ravioli – just bigger and of course much better ;-)) on top of a potato! I had the one with goat’s cheese, red cabbage, apple-pear-chutney and walnuts (Anelka) for lunch recently and it was delicious. And quite filling, the potatoes are really big!

My huge baked potato with red cabbage and goats's cheese at Grombier in Stuttgart.

Next to potatoes they also offer an interesting choice of salads at Grombier. Plus vegetarian and even vegan options! And here comes a fun fact: What do the names of the dishes remind you of? Anelka? Klinsmann? Right! Famous soccer players 🙂

Grombier is located at Josef-Hirn-Platz 8 in downtown Stuttgart, right next to Eberhardstraße and well worth a visit!

Poeple lining up to eat potatoes in Stuttgart at Grombier.

More information about:

Grombier on facebook (only in German)

(Visited 232 times, 1 visits today)

Mellivinginstuttgart

Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

You may also like

Best little guesthouse in Stuttgart:

Posted on January 31, 2016

Previous PostThings to do this September in Stuttgart
Next PostWhy Weissenhofmuseum in Stuttgart is a very special museum

Share your thoughts!

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of
This website stores some user agent data. These data are used to provide a more personalized experience and to track your whereabouts around our website in compliance with the European General Data Protection Regulation. If you decide to opt-out of any future tracking, a cookie will be set up in your browser to remember this choice for one year. I Agree, Deny
598

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close