Wonderfully situated

Escape everyday life and spend your free time in our
Restaurnat Zum Silbersee
directly on the idyllic Silbersee in Landstuhl.
Whether for a short refreshment after a cycling or hiking tour or for a cozy stop with a delicious meal. You are welcome.

Silbersee in Landstuhl und Restaurant Zum Silbersee

Our restaurant

Our cozy and rustic dining room offers space for up to 60 people and is open all year round.
It is ideal for your family or business celebrations, as well as celebrations of all kinds.
We are happy to help you plan your celebrations individually. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
Innenansicht Restaurant Zum Silbersee

Our beer garden

Our beer garden invites all visitors to linger, relax and enjoy.
With its beautiful lake view, it offers you a cozy resting place after a hike or bike ride.
Our beer garden offers space for up to 100 people and is therefore also ideal for larger groups.
Biergarten Restaurant Zum Silbersee

Chef and owner
Frank Pilger                 

As a long-time employee of the "Weihermühle" at Thaleischweiler-Fröschen and as the later owner of it, the Vogelbach native gained his first experience in gastronomy.
From 2010 he successfully ran the well-known restaurant "Zur alten Propstei" in Haschbach on the Remigiusberg.
Since 2021 he and his team have been warmly welcoming you to the "Restaurant Zum Silbersee" in Landstuhl and spoiling you with delicious dishes from the Palatinate cuisine, juicy steaks, tarte flambée and many other delicacies.
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The silver lake

The silver lake lies between Landstuhl and Kindsbach. He is owned by the Angler-Sport-Club Landstuhl. In 1960 this formerly agricultural area was dug as a sand pit. The road builders found suitable red sand here for the embankment of the motorway. During the dismantling work, some springs were unexpectedly encountered, which made exploitation very difficult because the water had to be pumped out.
After the work was finished, the pit filled and the lake known today was created. The name "Silbersee" originated in the vernacular and is likely to go back in part to Karl May's "Schatz im Silbersee".
Silbersee in Landstuhl im Sommer