Hotel Ambrosius

Friedrich-von-Spee-Strasse 44, Kaiserswerth, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40489, Germany
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dusseldorf restaurants/shopping info

by mcristina

I am going to Dusseldorf on business next month, will be lodged at a hotel in Alstadt and would like to get some info about restaurants (typical german food and beer and some others like Thai or Indian food rest.)

Also would appreciate any tip about shopping (shoes and clothing for women) and nightlife.

Vielen Danke!!
Cristina

Re: dusseldorf restaurants/shopping info

by pieter_jan_v

Thai Restaurant : http://www.prickynoo.com/

and: Noppakoa Thailändisches Restaurant Bismarckstr. 33
40210 Düsseldorf Telefon: (02 11) 8 69 37 00



Indian: MAHARADJA Restaurant GmbH Immermannstr. 32
40210 Düsseldorf Telefon: (02 11) 35 19 22

There are also Japanese and Korean restaurants (more than 5 from each!).

For shoes & Clothis ask the hotel's reception.
At the main shopping street there are several fashion houses and exclusive shops.


PJ

Re: dusseldorf restaurants/shopping info

by Snazz

Hi,

PJ already mentioned the japanese Restaurants in Düsseldorf. I just want to emphasise that they are really worth a try since Düsseldorf has the largest Japanese Community in Europe.

In the Altstadt you will find a lot of possibilities to shop. If you want to shop design clothes try the Königsallee.

Dorian

Re: Re: dusseldorf restaurants/shopping info

by wilde13

Hello Christinam,

first, in march there will be a tour de menue. Many good restaurants offers special meals with a good prices as a campaign. Get the broschure in one of the shops.

For german food, the Altstadt is packed with restaurants. Try one of the home breweries (Füchschen, Schumacher, Schlüssel), you wont miss them.

Otherwise try in Altstadt area:
Heckers - Lambertusstraße
Biograph -
Zum Hirschchen - Jacobistraße

Indian food:
Tandoori - Mühlenstraße (Altstadt) - this is my indian colleagues first choice
There is one other in Bergerstraße
The one from immermannstraße changed into bad.

Thai food:
Sila Thai - Bahnstraße (close Bahnhof-area) - first choice for Thai food.

Vietnam food:
Phoenix - Herzogstraße

Mongol:
Mongo - Media harbour (booking advanced)

Nightlife:
Depends on your favourites:
3001 - techno
nachtresidenz - main, house - dress smart or hipp
les halles - main - leisure

Else, check my page about Duesseldorf with many more ideas
.
Enjoy the stay!

Re: dusseldorf restaurants/shopping info

by Pussemuckl

Hi Cristina,

In the Duesseldorf Altstadt there are more than 220 bars, restaurants and pubs ... You simply walk through the streets of the Altstadt and you'll find all you're looking for :-)

For shopping there are some very nice and interesting places in Duesseldorf. For example: Schadowstrasse, Schadowarkaden (exclusive fashions), Koenigsalle, Altstadt etc.

Nightlife? The very best nightlife in Duesseldorf you will find in the Altstadt. You see - the Altstadt is the central place for all of your expeditions ;-)

Duesseldorf nightlife check: http://www.duesseldorf-altstadt.de/Altstadtportal/Nightlife/ap_nightlife_l1.php?dat=2e8a7dcb (just available in german)

Here are some further Duesseldorf weblinks (english):
http://www.duesseldorf.de/eng/index.shtml
http://www.koenigsallee-duesseldorf.de/

Enjoy your business trip!

Juergen

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

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by steventilly

We brought too much (as usual) - probebly we only needed 1/2 as much as we brought. Bring as little as you can get away with, so you can take home more wine from the great Rhine & Mosel vineyards, and Elektro Puzzi from the supermarket. Weather can vary a great deal. In summer it's usually warm, even if it rains. I just used T-shirts the whole trip (all with sleeves, sorry Sabs :-P). You might want an umbrella or waterproof top though. Nothing special - you can buy anything you need here. Nothing special again. I used my Fuji digital camera and it did a more than adequate job.

Beethoven

by sabsi about Flingern

A friendly place in Flingern, one of my favourite areas of Düsseldorf. Sandra and myself "chilled out" here after the last VT meeting on a very hot sunday. I had a nice Bruschetta here and it was nice and cool inside here!

Modern Greek

by sabsi about Kytaro - Der Grieche

Simple, big but stylish place. Great food (not the typical Greek stuff - a bit more modern stuff!). Great bread! And the portions are huge! Galos - Turkey breast with a very tasty sauce, rice and salad.

I can see my house from here.......

by sourbugger

The Rheinturm Düsseldorf is instantly recognisable as it dominates the skyline of the city.

The tower was not built, as you might expect, as a vainglorious act of creating the highest tower in the land. Instead this is a 240.5 metre high concrete thing has the purely utilitarian purpose of being the telecommunication tower of Düsseldorf.

It was finished 1981, and includes the inevitable viewing area and panoramic restaurant. The accent is very reasonably priced at three euros, tea and buns in the restaurant less so.

I'm sure the view has many charms, especially if you are a local but we decided to give it a skip this time.

The tower is also home to the world's largest digital clock. OK, I see your not too impressed.

KÖ (Königsallee)

by sabsi

Düsseldorf's posh street. You can find all the expensive designer shops here. Not my cup of tea really but quite scenic in the middle along the canal... and it's quite interesting for window shopping!! I wouldn't go there with a credit card in my wallet though ;)

The funny story about the Königsallee is how it got its name. It used to be called "Kastanienallee" (Chestnut Alley), named after the trees along the canal in the middle of the street. Then some king came to visit Düsseldorf and he obviously wasn't really popular. The people threw horse poo at him. After that event the city of Düsseldorf needed a sign to show how sorry they were and they named the street "Königsallee" (King's alley)

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