At Tante Emmas you get hefty portions of the best of German kitchen, combined with an excellent service.
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Having wondered around Wittenberg for a couple of hours, this coffee shop was a good place to rest and enjoy local cakes and a hot drink. There is a good choice of simple meals on the menu, from cakes and snacks to light meals.
Tante Emma's is located in between the Rathaus and Stadtkirche. The staff speaks very little English, but they have an English menu, and they're very friendly. I ate here twice for lunch on a recent trip to Wittenberg. (The pea soup is delicious!) The place...More
On a cool rainy day this was such a cozy place with plenty of local families having a good home style meal. The place is a little crowded. We had slow but wonderful service.
I was in town site seeing and dropped in here for a quick coffee and snack. Both were amazingly dellicious. The staff were courteous and friendly and it was a most enjoyable snack. The location (on a square surrounded by old architecture) was perfect. I...More
Like a lot of American protestants, we thought it would be a highlight to stop in Wittenberg, place of Martin Luther fame, for church on Sunday. The service was not very inspiring, but lunch at Tante Emma's was a fun experience. Tante Emma's is like...More
Walked in with family of four, intending to have food and drinks. Place was busy but not packed. After 5 minutes of being ignored while trying to speak with an employee, we were finally told in rude words that we should leave as it should...More
The restaurant is about the next from Church of Wittenberg's main entrance. Nice decoration, kind and attentive service. And the food was a surprise - nice German food done in a simple way, as it should, from good raw materials. If I were living in...More