Best German restaurants nearby. Discover the best German food in Lubeck. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for German restaurants near you.. Lübeck (pronounced [ˈlyːbɛk] ( listen)) is a city in Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany, and one of the major ports of Germany. On the river Trave, it was the leading city of the Hanseatic League, and because of its extensive Brick Gothic architecture, it is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In 2015, it had a population of 218,523.
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4 based on 298 reviews
Have been there some time ago and tried it again. No disappointment. I had the Matjes and Bratkartoffeln and they were still as I remembered them. The only sad realization was that they cut back on the Bratkartoffeln. The portion was significantly smaller than previously. Tatse was still good as I remembered it. Worth going, it is a small place and fills up fast.
4 based on 446 reviews
I was in Lubeck by myself on business travel, and found this perfect spot to have a wonderful local dinner and beer. The schnitzel with mushroom sauce was tasty and filling, and their beer was fantastic. I had no problems communicating in English with the pleasant staff, and thoroughly enjoyed my visit. Very cool place, and highly recommended!
4 based on 92 reviews
The food was excellent, especially the flounder was perfectly cooked.The service was still learning a bit, as the restaurant had just opened about a month ago.The location next to old city, old harbour buildings and new marina is peaceful and with nice views. For us visiting the city by boat, the location can't be better.
4 based on 1266 reviews
Surprisingly there were very few people in the restaurant at lunchtime on a weekday. My dish with two varieties of fresh fish was excellent. A very historic place catering to the captains and officers of the shipping industry. Interesting ships models hang from the ceiling and a corner is devoted to display of navigation instruments. There is even a table reserved for those patrons who are ship's captains. Will visit again if I can make it back to Lubeck.
4 based on 326 reviews
Visited this restaurant as an option close to my hotel. It closed early at nine pm that day but the lady was kind to let me sit. Service was fast and courteous. Ordered a veal schnitzel and potatoes, it was good and I was satisfied.
4 based on 161 reviews
Letâs start with the conclusion: we got caught by Fangfrisch, hook, line and sinker. Itâs fabulous: food is fresh and tasty, staff friendly and efficient, it is extremely good value for money and the decor is lovely, too. It must be one of the best restaurants in LÃ¼beck. Period. Itâs now our go-to when in town. My favourite is the fish soup. On my first visit I had the starter portion, followed by a hake on lentils. It was delicious and it was way too much. The starter portion is big enough as a main. The husband loves the Krabbenbrot as a starter: tiny shrimps piled high on dark bread. Whatever main courses we had - it was always super fresh. Everything gets washed down nicely with a bottle of very reasonable and very crisp white wine. Try the Grauburgunder. It is delicious. Fangfrisch also offer a nice selection of craft beer and tasty herbal tea. What is there not to like? Well, perhaps that they close quite early.
4 based on 262 reviews
As it was hot we ordered a HUGO, an aperitif made with Prosecco, elderflower syrup, lime, mint and soda (â¬6.50) which was a perfect start to a memorable meal. My husband ordered the Dorschbuletten with salad and Remoulade sauce (fish cakes with salad; â¬11.00) and I had the Paniertes Schweineschnitzel with DÃ¶rrtomaten-Nudelsalat (pork schnitzel with cold tomato pasta salad; â¬11.00). It was lovely sitting in the courtyard and our dishes were both outstanding. A Michelin quality meal cafÃ© prices.
4 based on 266 reviews
Didnât book thought it would be fine on Monday evening and it was. Plenty of space. Unassuming from the outside. We had their special aperitif with raspberries delicious. I had what was described on the English translation of the menu as plaice with potato and cucumber salad but when it came it was cod/ possibly haddock with potato purÃ©e. It was delicious. My husband had the chicken. Equally delicious and very succulent. Large portions. Friendly service. We sat outside as it was hot in a tiny little courtyard. If in LÃ¼beck eat here!
4 based on 217 reviews
The cafe/restaurant âErdapfelâ, whose name refers to the potato, has become one of LÃ¼beckâs best addresses for a really decent meal - fast, really tasty, quite healthy (vegetarian with vegan options) and reasonably priced. After multiple visits, I strongly recommend this place for tourists as well as locals â only if Youâre hungry, though, as for nice drinks and coziness, there are other places.
4 based on 263 reviews
Came here two days in a row because of how much I enjoyed it. Its the perfect kind of food to fuel you for a big tour around town. The food is delicious, the menu is comprehensive with lots of vegetarian options, the staff are super lovely and helpful and also its super cheap, definitely one of the best eats in town for a quick stop. Would recommend the Turkish delight or tandoori chicken, both were outstanding.
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