Reviews on German food in Stuhr, Lower Saxony, Germany including Teestuebchen im Schnoor, Fisherman's Seafood Bremen, Kleiner Olymp, Restaurant Luv, Paulaners an der Schlachte, Schuettinger Gasthausbrauerei, Beck's in'n Snoor, Edel Weiss, Bremer Ratskeller, Staendige Vertretung
4 based on 509 reviews
We were happy to find this huge bar and restaurant on Boettcherstrasse because it seemed to be one of the few places in the centre serving drinks after midnight on a Friday. We didnât try any of the food â it was too late to order anyway â there only was time to enjoy a draught KÃ¶lsch beer (Rhineland) before closing time at 0.30 a.m. We liked the rustic interior and the walls literally covered in interesting black and white political photographs and more colourful posters. The crowd in the bar seemed to be a mix of locals and tourists. The strange name of the place, Staendige Vertretung (âPermanent Representation), refers to the Permanent Representation of West Germany in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), which existed from 1974 until the reunification of Germany in 1990.
4 based on 1520 reviews
Ratskeller restaurant is very famous but seems to be too prim - I even couldn`t have a lunch there without reservation and special permission from the restaurant administration office :(. I was surprised that waitress almost couldn`t speak English despite this place is highly touristic. She directed me to the administration office after I told her that just want to have a short lunch in this place with lots of free tables at that moment. Service is too slow. Food is basic and overpriced on my opinion. Interior, and probably wine, are the best things there. Beer was served almost warm. I don`t want to repeat such experience.
4 based on 718 reviews
It was pretty crowded when we arrived due to a football match in the city. We were informed that the food might take a while to be prepared since there was so crowded. We've ordered some traditional meals and after waiting for about 35 minutes the food was in front of us. I might say the food was great and the service was impeccable. A nice place to eat and spend some quality time.
4 based on 328 reviews
Becks im Schnoor is located in a cozy alley in Schnoor close to the Hochzeitshaus hotel, not far from the Bremer Geschichtenhaus, a living history museum. This charming restaurant in the historical Schnoor neighbourhood has a nice atmosphere. It was a unique experience dining in the Schnoor with buildings from the 15th and 16th century. The traditional wooden decor with nautical theme is beautiful and the flowers decorating the tables are a nice touch. For those who love boats/ships, the classical pictures of the ships on the walls add to the warm ambiance. There are 3 sections and a bar in this place. The lady who took our order and brought the food to the table was friendly. When I asked a question about a dish, she took the time to explain the ingredients of the dish and desserts on the menu in English - the extra effort made is much appreciated. Good service, here you can take your time to enjoy the meal.This restaurant has 2 separate menus - 1 in German and 1 in English. Their menu offers a wide and interesting selection of local Bremen as well as North German cuisine. They specialize in fish dishes, but the menu offers dishes with asparagus, grilled fish, chicken, beef and pork as well. In addition, they have good dessert choices - quality over quantity. The smoked salmon was mouth-watering. Curious to try a dish named after the area, the Schnoorpfanne (dish of pork fillet medallions with mushrooms and potatoes in a pan) was a delightful surprise. A hearty dish, the meat was tender and flavorful and the mushrooms were creamy. Further, I had the opportunity to try a bite of the Beck's steak - a good, juicy cut. Here you can enjoy Beck's lager beer as well as other beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic). Affordable prices, generous portions. All in all, we had a 'swell', enjoyable dinner here.
4 based on 597 reviews
SchÃ¼ttinger: Very welcoming large brewery/pub/restaurant that, to our surprise, also offers veggie dishes. We could taste their Helles and their Rotbier. We decided for the red beer, well brewed, fine bitter. During the daily happy hour the price for a 400 ml jug is only â¬ 2.50. Wow.French fries and veggie burger are fine. Recommended, but be aware that a full pub is possible, So a reservation might be appropriate.There is also an entrance at the BÃ¶ttcherstrasse.
4 based on 450 reviews
Selbst wer schon lange im Bayern lebt und ohne Stolpern den "Oachkatzlschwoaf" (EichhÃ¶rnchenschwanz) Ã¼ber die Lippen bringt, gehÃ¶rt noch lÃ¤ngst nicht dazu. Bayrisch ist eine Sache des GemÃ¼ts â¦ und des Gaumens. Seit 1998 macht das Paulanerâs Wirtshaus an d
Great meal with a good choice of local beer. We chose the Pork Crispy Knuckle -excellent and the schnitzel also very good. Situated alongside the river really enjoyed the food. I have seen some comments that refer this to very good pub food, the presentation I would agree but the quality is excellent.Thank you very much for your visit and the great rating!
4 based on 416 reviews
We decided to have dinner at Luv during a stroll on the Weser Banks with our 3-years-old toddler. I speak only a poor German but I told the waitress we were three. She asked me something I didn't understand so I switched to english and she immediately told me that she spoke no english and repeated the sentence in german.When I understood and answered her question she brought us to a table and left us. another waitress came for the service and she spoke some english (i think, cause she mainly nodded at my looking at the other tables...).Food is amazing: we ate really well!Service was quick but really detached and they didn't even asked us if we wanted anything else (for example deserts...). When we needed some bread I had to ask it to three different people to obtain it in the end... such a pity: amazing food ... but lousy service!
4 based on 554 reviews
N53Â°04â²20.31â³ E08Â°48â²33.97â³ This Lonely Planet must visit restaurant is located in an old 17th century house on the ground and first floor in a typical Schnoor alley with picturesque houses. The interior emphasizes the history of the house and the menu supports this with a detailed description of the former owners and occupations. During our visit in May 2018, it was asparagus season and the restaurant offered several asparagus dished. We ordered Spargel Salzkartoffeln (asparagus with salted potatoes) (â¬12,50) and Spargel Medaillons (asparagus with pork medallions) (â¬18,50). The salty potatoes were fortunately not too salty, the asparagus tasted excellent and the hollandaise and pepper sauce were homemade. Enjoyable dinner with Schnoor Brau beer, a light dark pilsner beer, specially brewed for the Kleiner Olymp. It is clear that Kleiner Olymp is a popular restaurant. While other restaurants in the Schnoor fail to fill all the seats, the demand for a table in Kleiner Olymp exceeds the supply. Reservation is mandatory. In order to receive more guests, Kleiner Olymp started with an improvised street terrace resulting in long waiting time and poor service for all guests, because the street terrace overstretched kitchen and waiters. Kleiner Olymp offers delicious (not too heavy) North German dishes at very reasonable prices in an atmospheric house. Recommended.
4 based on 295 reviews
It was our last dinner in Bremen and we chose this restaurant because of Tripadvisor rating... we tried the jacobsmussels , salmon , herring and grilled eel ... all of them fresh and high quality. It is a fantastic option for your trip wrap-up!!!
4 based on 281 reviews
Wow, this place was so much better than expected. Lovely interior, friendly service, great breakfast and cakes and an impressive selection of tea. And of course marvelous location in the Schnoor. Skip your hotel breakfast, go to TeestÃ¼bchen instead.
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