Duisburg (German pronunciation: [ˈdyːsbʊɐ̯k] ( listen)) is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The world's biggest inland port, it is also close to Düsseldorf Airport.
Things to do in Duisburg
4 based on 100 reviews
Mongo's is pure cross-culture and the most extraordinary catering experience for explorers and individualists. Create your dishes as you like. Always new, always different. In the Mongo's you are the head of the kitchen!! With our all-you-can-eat-classic "Mongo's Total" you can taste and combine endlessly! Combine to your heart's content the ingredients at our buffet, the Mongo's Food Market, for your individual meal as often as you want. Choose to each course one of our diversified home-made Mongo's marinades: from European mild to Asian fiery hot, pure vegan or vegetarian, always gluten-free or free of glutamate - it's your choice: there is something for everyone! Our chefs prepare your selection quick and gentle right in front of your eyes. And shortly after that your meal will be served at your table with a portion of rice. Alternatively to Mongo's Total you can also choose à la carte from our different Asian main dishes. And in many restaurants we also offer Mongo's Select for guests with less hunger endless tasting, but you only pay what you consume.
We weren't expecting much of the restaurant, we were just looking for a place to have a quick bite to eat. The menu outside is very cluttered and could use some marketing guidance, but ignore that and go in!
Very nice staff, expert advice on the plates and a nice interior. Great cocktails and surprising combinations. We had a wonderful Thai soup, Red curry dish and a beef satay dish. All were very good quality, nice size and full of flavour.
I greatly recommend this place, I'm sure that you will be pleasantly surprised too!
4 based on 295 reviews
Only in Duisburg for one night and found Webster after Reading various place reviews, the staff were friendly and the service was quick with a smile. I had the pork knuckle which tasted great and there was plenty of it. Also as it was the...MoreThank you very much!
4.5 based on 186 reviews
This is a quaint little spot tucked away near the center of Duisburg. It's a bit small but I think that's part of the appeal, aside from the delicious food.
I had Tom Kaa Gai (coconut milk based soup) and it was the best I've had outside of Thailand. Actually, it probably is the best I've had period. Wonderfully balanced.
For my main dish I had the duck with coconut curry and some fruit - there were grapes, pieces of pineapple and mandarin orange and lychee, too! It was delicious!!! I can't wait to go again.
When I spoke with some local colleagues about the place they were quite surprised I found it....apparently it's well known by the locals as one of the best restaurants in town but not not typically frequented by visitors.
Next time I'm in Duisburg for dinner you can bet I'll be going back.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
We went to this restuarant on the recommendation of the hotel where we are staying on a business trip. It is a small restaurant with a nice atmosphere.
The food was pretty good and well priced. The service was average - we didn't speak any German and there was no real effort to help us understand the menu.
They don't accept card payments, I don't know if this is normal for Duisburg but it is a long time since I have been anywhere whilst travelling which didn't. This is clearly not somewhere that has much business travel as the idea of giving us a receipt rather than just a number written on a bit of paper seemed to annoy the waiter.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We had a quick dinner at the Sofra-Ocakbasi and enjoyed it. One cannot real call it a restaurant. Yes, they have tables but it's very basic. The waitress was very friendly and the food was tasty. There were a lot of Turkish people (always a good sign) and LOTS of take-away orders. The prices were very fair, €8 for a main course.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
4.5 based on 150 reviews
I've eaten here a few times, the menu is quite extensive with some lower priced options, but since I discovered the steaks it is hard not to choose that option. They offer beef from a number of countries, including the USA. The USA Sirlion is delicious, but last time I went for the Argentinian Tenderloin for the same price and it was just as superb.
There are English language menu's available.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Well i found these place last year its a tee shop and restaurant at the same time.Its run by a lovely family they are so friendly.The resturant is simple clean and sooooo cosy. The food is soooooo perfect every time i ordered something it always good. I really recommend this place am in love with the way the make the chicken.The service is quick and its just sooooo good.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Just went for a coffee on a chilly winter afternoon. Very welcoming place with lovely staff. The wood oven in full use - brilliant! Excellent views on the river Rhine. We just had a coffee which was very good.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
7 Euros for a standard glass of Merlot of which you can buy a bottle for not more than 5. Need I say more? The food is alright, though just a tad bit above average, location is good (for Duisburg). The service lacks professionalism (the waitresses didn't know about wi-fi; also, one of my colleagues was actually yelled at for complaining about the very late arrival of the food). Wouldn't go there again unless they reworked their service AND the wine selection/pricing.
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