Reviews on Central European food in Sassnitz, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Germany. Sassnitz (German pronunciation: [ˈzasnɪts], before 1993 in German: Saßnitz) is a town on the Jasmund peninsula, Rügen Island, in the Federal State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The population as of 2012 was 9,498.
Things to do in Sassnitz
4 based on 278 reviews
We had a bit of an awkward entrance here, running into a downright unfriendly staff member at the reception desk. Admitted he changed his way after we bounced back at him and he remained - suddenly - remarkably friendly during the rest of our stay. Nothing wrong with the hotel room, nothing remarkable either, just good. The low humming air conditioning is very noticeable throughout the building though - and even far outside - and is only stopped at 23:00, a bit annoying. Nice, experienced female staff at the restaurant, both for dinner and breakfast. By all means walk outside to the left and follow the beach path through the woods for some amazing sights!
4 based on 101 reviews
We ate there 4 times. Each time was lovely. The wait staff was patient & helpful as we had difficulty translating the menu. The outdoor seating was quite nice. We enjoyed to good weather sitting there having a beer with a great meal. Evening we enjoyed the inside because of the great bar and friendly locals.
3 based on 49 reviews
The bakers is situated in what was once Sassnitz Haven station which is where the ferries from Sweden used to arrive. A great conversion has provided a lovely place to eat with both inside and outdoor seating. We had the asparagus soup and followed it with a most delicious strawberry tart. There was a great selection of filled rolls and pastries and a fantastic selection of cakes. A lovely place for a snack.
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