Sylt. The island which stole my heart and won my love for their food, right away.
As you may know I spent two weeks in sylt and I loved it so much. It’s not only how clean and comfortable everything is, it’s all about the whole package. From the lovely beach till and that’s what I want to talk about today, the FOOD <3!
We went to several restaurants. Some of them were well affordable and some of them are just a little something that you treat yourself with when you’re on holiday.
So the first restaurant we went to was “Gosch”.
Gosch is a staple when it comes to the northern sea. If you just want to have a lovely dinner and good fish, then I’d really recommend Gosch.
The thing I love especially about Gosch in List in Sylt, is the ambience.
There are other holiday spots with a Gosch restaurant, which are made for a huge amount of people and it’s all about self-serving and take-aways.
But not in Sylt. It’s a normal restaurant, and you can either chose from their lovely card or even from a fresh buffet and they grill or cook it just for you.
To finish it all up, my personal plus was that they sold “Moët Ice”, which I love in the summer. Combined with some mint it’s super refreshing.
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The next restaurant was something new, that we discovered for the first time during this holiday.
It’s called “Die alte Backstube” in List and as the name says, they don’t only cook excellent, they also have a great offer of baked and sweet goods.
They are specifically famous for their pancakes. Salty or sweet, they offer you everything, from meaty to vegetarian.
One afternoon it was raining and we were craving a cup of tea with something sweet, so we went there and luckily got a nice place and had the biggest cream puff, I’ve ever seen in my life :D.
I would really recommend sharing one as it’s just impossible to eat one on your own. Except you want to skip dinner ;).
But what can I say, it was more than delicious and we really enjoied going there a lot during our stay.
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The famous cream puff! I hope I didn’t promise too much!
One night my boyfriend and I went out for dinner on our own, to have a little date night.
We went to a freshly opened hotel in Keitum, which is called Severins.
It opened it’s doors last september and the hotel looks just amazing. So if you want to go on a very special holiday, have a look at it.
We went to one of the hotel’s restaurants, which is called the “Hoog”.
It’s a easy but still very elegant looking one and we felt very welcome and comfortable.
The staff was extremly nice and we had a lovely dinner.
The thing standing out to us the most was, how fast everything went and how perfectly meisured the portion sizes were.
I would highly recommend going there, also with your family, as there were babies and small children.
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And last but not least, we have a true treasure.
In the centre of Kampen you’ll find the beloved restaurant “Gogärtchen”, wich is truly amazing.
I had amazing food, lovely drinks and the waitors were more than courteous.
You can either have an unforgettable dinner or just a drink in their bar. Both I would absolutely recommend anyone.
This is a restaurant I would call perfect, as there wasn’t anything I could really complain about.
It is more pricy than the other restaurants I talked about, but the food is made with so much love and they go into the last details, which makes it definitely worth it!
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One night I had monkfish with french beans and lovely pepper vegetables. As a side they gave us french fries covered in “newspaper”, which I found very unique.
This would be it.
All of my impressions from that lovely island and it’s so delicious food.
I really hope that I could give some of you a little inspiration and that your path will lead you to Sylt one day.
Big hug xx Lisa