We had just been to the amazing BRAUHAUS SCHONBUCH and we popped into this lovely looking and inviting CAFE LE THEATRE which was facing the brewpub. Walking in and this place was busy but we got a nice table were we ordered a nice bottle of STUTTGARTER HOFBRAU BEER while we checked out the menu. As we were hungry we opted to both have CHEESEBURGER served with fries and after a short wait our meal's arrived and they were delicious. The burger was fabulous with a great filling and fresh bun's and super tasty frie's,all in all a lovely filling meal in a superb café. The café itself is fantastic with lovely decor and furnishing's and is a great place to enjoy a fine filling meal and iced cold beer's. We moved on after our meal and drink's and we had a great time in here. Café Le Theatre is really easy to find ,jump number 22.214.171.124 or 15 to Ubahn stop SCHLOSSPLATZ were you will find this café on BOLZSTRAßE . Opening hour's are; Monday to Thursday,10am till 1am. Friday & Saturday,9am till 2am. Sunday,9am till midnight. A great café and well worth checking out.
We ate here as a group of ten. We couldn't get in any other places as we didn't book. I had the falafel which came with mango and a dip and salad. Lovely . Others had pizza and pasta . All good . Service was very good and we got a free drink of pink prosecco sent from the manager.
I was in Stuttgart for 2 weeks. I went to Le Theatre every other day. Lovely atmosphere, although it gets really crowded in the smoking side of the place. There were a couple of lovely winter days and I sat outside too. They have outdoor heating. Location is very accessible, right downtown. I had breakfast once with a friend, traditional german food, it comes with coffee, very convenient for the money. The service was ok, some of the wait staff were not too friendly, not sure if it was because they didn't speak English, but most of them were really nice! Definitely recommend the place!
Myself and my 2 chums Rosy & Sonny were keen to locate a quaint eatery packed with atmosphere and bare german bants. We particularly liked the location of the theatre cafe and outdoor cold seating facilities, however we were disappointed to find it was far too breezy round my knees outside so we promptly ventured inside to the non smokey quarters. Nathan (rude man with large forehead and missing eyelash - looks like he's run away from the circus) was our designated casher offer along with Heather Small whose career seems to of plummeted somewhat since late 90s along with her personality had a particular dislike to my beige food eating friends order of brot with her pizza. In fact Heather repeatedly reinforced her issue 'brot UND pizza?' 'Brot?' 'PIZZA UND BROT' we found Heathers attitude almost as good as her last single (what has she done today to make her feel proud? Not a lot) The beige food arrived, slowly and was thrown down like my boyfriend on dominant night in front of our very eyes. Luckily we found Nathan's missing eyelash amongst our sharing platter of chips. The most expensive chips in the whole of Deutschland & the lattes are served with a straw and no health warning. We requested the wifi code from Heather and Nathan and even though our deutsch is considered sehr good, Heather decided to write the code down and then snatch away extremely quickly whilst cackling (or singing i couldn't tell the difference) with eyelash missing Nathan. As we couldn't connect to wifi my Tinder date met someone else and they ruined my love life as well as my stomach with their bread filled, eyelash covered beige food. To sum up if your looking for breaded beige food, surrounded by flys and the worst customer service in stutters go here & make your own german bants. C ya lata
The restaurant staff, not inside, you can relax. The clerk said, but the day with fewer clerks, order and meals are time-consuming. Beer, water, pasta and pizza