Good food and good atmosphere. Had great goose here. Friendly staff. good price / quality. Nice place.
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Went ahead of a big work meeting as part of a large group and was treated to good food served well. I was recommended local Thuringen specialities of a cheese soup and meat roulade both of which surprised in that they were lighter than expected...More
We sat in the outside dining area and enjoyed the surroundings, including Nikolai Platz and all of the history that happened here 25 years ago. The service seemed a bit slow outside, it seemed they didn't have enough people working the outside. The building itself...More
The restaurant is in a very interesting old building in the heart of the city. It was a warm evening and we eat on the terrace- the indoor restaurant seemed to be booked for a large party. Food traditional German only, but done to a...More
Had a rather pleasant lunch in the outdoor section of this traditional restaurant. Classical dishes and nothing really special but nothing to really complain about either, except may a raher slow service (from the kitchen not from waiters)
Opposite the Nikolaikirche and enhanced by the Christmas decorations and markets just outside our window, the restaurant was warm and cosy. The waitress was pleasant and helpful. The menu was extensive: meat, game, fish, regional specialities. The choice was difficult (!) but we decided on...More
Certainly a place for the locals to congregate--always a good sign. Reservations recommended. It can get noisy but the food is really good. I had a delicious lamb dish of tender, flavorful slices of lamb in a good gravy with generous vegetable sides, not just...More
I ate here twice on a conference visit. The location is lovely; it is in a cobbled square next to the Nikolaikirche. The building is apparently the second oldest school in Leipzig, and certainly has its architectural credentials, but as the weather was warm I...More
We had an excellent, light meal here on our last visit. But this time we were disappointed. The food was rather heavy, typically Saxon stuff - no refinement.