The country restaurant with the special charm
The Pörrbacher Hof, built in 1886, was a large, typical Palatinate farm with a main building for the dwelling, stables, a barn, a side building and a large courtyard. The focal point of the courtyard, which is now used as a romantic beer garden, was already then the imposing plane tree, which still provides soothing shade today.
The current owner Jens Schmidt-Zöllner acquired the rural property in 1998 and converted it with great attention to detail into a stylish country restaurant with a very special charm. In doing so, it was important to him to preserve the original buildings with their farmhouse character. The result is a popular restaurant with a rustic gallery and a cozy hunting room that can accommodate 72 guests. The idyllic beer garden with its unmistakable atmosphere has room for 120 people. The Pörrbacher Hof also offers the perfect setting for parties, as the special ambience of the estate makes private and business celebrations unforgettable experiences. As an alternative to the extensive à la carte selection, the chef can create special menus or stylish buffets on request, also according to your own suggestions. Fresh game from the restaurateur's own hunting ground is a particular specialty of the house.