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Kuess die Hand
Ranked #4 of 112 Restaurants in Fussen
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$8 - US$29
Description: We are a small family business with roots in Vienna and Germany. We design our menu with love, care and individual according to seasonal offers. We work exclusively with small manufactory companies from the region. Small and fine is our philosophy. We love the Austrian and especially the Viennese kitchen. We interpret some of the dishes in a new way, others we traditionally cook according to original ones recipes.
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Description: We are a small family business with roots in Vienna and Germany. We design our menu with love, care and individual according to seasonal offers. We work exclusively with small manufactory companies from the region. Small and fine is our philosophy. We love the Austrian and especially the Viennese kitchen. We interpret some of the dishes in a new way, others we traditionally cook according to original ones recipes.
Reviewed October 2, 2017 via mobile

We were at Küss Die Hand on Wednesday and it was fantastic. The hot chocolate is very good, so were the coffee. Then there were the dishes:
The lentil soup with sausage was simple but delicious and warmed us up on a nippy day. The cakes is what you really want yo have. We had the Apple Strudel and the Marillen Strudel and the latter one was a revelation.
The staff knows their stuff and is friendly and attentive.
A great and highly recommendable experience.

Thank Markus M
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Reviewed September 16, 2017 via mobile

Went here for an evening meal with my partner, and wanted to avoid anything containing peanuts. The menu said that the chicken curry contained peanuts (but only in the German so we were already on guard). Unfortunately it turned out that every dish we tried had been covered in sliced peanuts, including the soups and salads. This coupled with the slightly strange sweet dressing on the salad (orange and elderflower) meant that that part of the meal wasn't particularly pleasant.

Apart from this, the cooking was really good. The soup of the day was pumpkin and coconut and tasted great, despite the peanut garnish.

The only other criticism we had was that some of the menu items which were listed as main meals were more like side dishes. My partner ordered both the soup and some oven baked potatoes for main course, but they came separately so I had to wait for her to finish her soup before both our 'main' courses came. I wouldn't call one and a half small baked potatoes and a salad a main course.

It was slightly disappointing as other restaurants in the area had been extremely clear in labelling the allergens in their food. I'm sure if you know to ask, then they would kindly not put peanuts on everything, but as it was unclear, we didn't know to do this.

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Reviewed September 6, 2017

Sat outside and enjoyed a nice lunch and a drink . Its all the better for being in the back street , food German but well made and good service , average price . worth a visit and all the better for being in a charming location but not the Main Street .

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Thank ptrabant
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Reviewed August 24, 2017

Wonderful good quality food but expensive. Fiance had the Buddha bowl which was a very tasty vegetable lentil coconut milk curry always a good change for her from the standard pizza/pasta fare as a vego. I had the steak and it was cooked to perfection. apricot strudel was ok not as great as the prior reviews state. Perhaps when fresh would be best.

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Thank Hoffy333
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Reviewed August 6, 2017 via mobile

What about a spicy German dinner? Well, if you're on this mood then Die Hand is the place you want to to eat.
First enjoy a walk on the city, cross the bridge over the green water of the river then go for dinner.
I got some spicy skewers and i enjoyed till the last bite. My wife got a soup (ginger, carrot, sesame and coconut milk) and still says it was great. Same for the thai chicken both my daughters got.
So that's a great place

Thank anfienga
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