Reviews on Seafood food in Dresden, Saxony, Germany. On the banks of the lovely Elbe River, the German city of Dresden is lush and green, filled with forests and gardens and parks. The city is rich with cultural and artistic history; the great operatic composer Wilhelm Wagner debuted a number of works here in the 1800s and, today, an independent light opera company keeps the classical art form modern and fresh. Culture vultures will love the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister and Grünes Gewölbe museums, and architecture buffs will salivate over the mélange of styles reflected in the cityscape.
Things to do in Dresden
4 based on 583 reviews
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We dined over the Christmas period at Kastenmeiers Seafood Restaurant in Dresden, located in a beautiful refurbished Rococo building near the heart of the old city. The interior of the restaurant has exposed brick walls embellished with highly colorful and interesting artwork. The visual experience of the restaurant is an event unto itself.But it is the food, wine and service that warrant the highest accolades. We arrived early and sat at the holding bar, ordering a bottle of wine. The bartender was highly knowledgeable and took the time to elaborate a number of different wine options - all excellent - for the grape type and locales in which we were interested. The wine was reasonably priced, even at the high end of the scale.We were seated promptly at our reservation time, at a table with an expansive view of the large restaurant. The menu provides a broad array of choices, obviously focused on fish (which is why we booked there). We were served by Enrico, who provided not just excellent service, but interesting conversation and detailed descriptions of any food choices we asked about. Enrico was consistently attentive without being overly intrusive or overly familiar. We would like to commend him in the highest terms.Out meal of ceviche, oysters, turbot and various desserts was without exception excellent. After days of venison, beef, wurst, and assorted other eastern German meats, a lighter meal of seafood was a welcome change. If you are traveling in the Dresden/Berlin/Leipzig triangle, make a point of visiting Kastenmeiers. You won't be disappointed.
4 based on 340 reviews
we had dinner there twice and the pasta dishes where really delicious and perfectly prepared. Try the Tagliolini with truffle oil mixed in a big Parmesan cheese which they do not have on the menu card but make for customers if asked to do so. Unfortunately the service was not really good on both evenings. the home-made desserts are lovely.
4 based on 96 reviews
I discovered this place quite by accident--it was within walking distance of my hotel (An der Rennbahn, which I have reviewed elsewhere). It's a seafood restaurant, an excellent one, run by young Matthias Schwindt, who hails from RÃ¼gen in the North Sea. The menu is extensive but also includes smaller plates if you don't feel like a big meal. I ordered perch-pike, which came with some delicious vegetables and small potato pancakes. The service was friendly and unobtrusive; it isn't a fancy place at all, just "gemÃ¼tlich"--friendly and comfortable. In good weather there is a garden with tables and umbrellas; otherwise you eat in a vault-like underground room that looks like a movie set for "Pirates of the Caribbean". Even if you stay in Dresden's town center, which many tourists do, you can easily reach this place on the 1 or 2 tram, which is in itself a fun experience.
4 based on 51 reviews
It was busy and so without a reservation, we needed to sit inside (shame but our mistake for a popular place). Wonderful fish meal and yes the Tsatsiki is superb and garlicky. The 2 digestivs gratis were a lovely touch. The meals are very generous and so we shared a fish meal with an additional side serving of vegetables and it was more than enough
4 based on 197 reviews
Loved this place during the late June heatwave in 2019. Itâs crazy busy but loads of tables. Breezy and car free. Terrific salads. Usually veggie salads are great in Germany once you persuade them to omit the meat or cheese. The other dish we loved was the vegetarian Tortilla, really fantastic. Bread was fresh can recommend a side of Aoli. Best thing was they had those little tapas pads where you wrote the numbers for your choice. One charming Asian waiter spoke english. My German extends to food and spoken numbers so we have no complaints.
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