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    Aioli: Modern Cuisine in Historic Setting

    by joernme Written Mar 10, 2004

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    Also Japanese like it here...

    The Restaurant "Aioli" is located in one of Bremens greatest old town streets - The Schnoor. Here in the historic center of town with all the cute little houses and narrow alleys you find souvnier shops, galleries, restaurants and amont the latter also the Aioli(incl. the smalles hotel in the world). The historic atmosphere inside is mixed with very modern element in a very tasteful combination. Food is Mediterranean and German and of good quality. It is not a cheap place but not expensive either. For me a great place, not only for tourists! Guten Appetit!

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  • Il Mio: Don't ask for tea

    by Mariajoy Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Il Mio

    I just had a short break in here - didn't stop for food as I had already eaten - I just needed somewhere to take a breather! So... as it was late afternoon and I hadn't had tea all day, that's what I ordered. Check the website for more menu details.

    It's a Bistro/cocktail bar/restaurant and has got a trendy funky feel to it with big comfy black leather armchairs and sofas, good low lighting and decor and also they have a happy hour from 7pm onwards. Nice friendly waiting staff too.

    Favorite Dish: Not the tea - doesn't matter how long I left it in the cup.. or how hard I squeezed that tea bag.. it still looked like hot milk.

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    Leib und Seele: Great setting

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Aug 3, 2013

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    Schröter's Leib und Seele is a small but stretching konditorei, bistro and restaurant in the ever busy Schnoor cityblock of Bremen's Old Town (Altstadt).

    Favorite Dish: Just drop by for a drink and a piece of delicious cake (Torte).

    Make a reservation if you want to have dinner.

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    Schuttinger

    by barryg23 Updated Apr 21, 2005

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    More please...

    This place was recommended in our travel guide, as it was the only Hausbrauerei in Bremen. The Schuttinger is lovely inside though I wasn't too impressed by their beer. The food was good and the portions are surprisingly large. What we thought would be snacks turned out to be a huge plate of chips...

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    Bar Celona: Good place for food and drinks

    by TimDK Written Jun 5, 2006

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    At the corner of the "Schlachte" you'll find Bar Celona.

    The pub/restaurant has a nice interior and great service. Due to the amount of people that can eat there the noise is sometimes a bit disturbing.This is not the ideal place to have a face-to-face romantic dinner with your wife or girlfriend.

    Plenty of choice for food and drinks on the menu so you're sure to find something to your likings.

    Favorite Dish: I'm a pasta lover so I'd recommend the lasagna.

    For drinks make sure to give the Beck's Green Lemon a try: it's less alcoholic (2,5%) than the Becks Gold and has a sweet refreshing taste. The Lemon isn't exported so you'll only be able to find this in Germany.

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    Ratskeller

    by Maryimelda Updated May 28, 2013

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    Many a Rathaus in Germany has what is known as a Ratskeller in its basement. This is where all the wine grown in the region was stored by law. The Ratskeller in Bremen is over 600 years old and today has the dual function of wine bar and restaurant. It is beautifully designed with a host of vaulted ceilings giving it a truly regal appearance. Interesting to note as well that the oldest wine barrel in Germany which came from the vineyards of Ruedesheim is still housed there.
    Only German wines are kept in the Ratskeller.

    Favorite Dish: I chose the Bremer Potato and Bacon Soup which was delicious and I followed up with a Breaded Pork Cutlet which came with a cream and mushroom sauce with chips and salad. Add to this a lovely glass of my favourite German red wine (Dornfelder) and I was very happy indeed.

    Hours: 11.00am to midnight (7 days).

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    Bremer Ratskeller: THE place to eat in Bremen.

    by TankerT Written Oct 30, 2006

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    Entrance to the Bremer Ratskeller

    This resturant is one you probably want to be wearing something a bit more dressy than jeans and a t-shirt. The food is somewhat upscale, and the wines are fantastic. This is a great place to take someone for a nice meal. It is popular, and crowded, so don't expect a lot of privacy... unless you sit in one of their enclosed booths. (Don't know how to describe them otherwise.) The menus also have english subtext for easy ordering.

    Definitely a must visit for the "nice" meal on your vacation in Bremen.

    Favorite Dish: My favorite was the Rinderfilet mit Pfefferrahmsauce. It was a pricey option for their menu, but for something this good in a resturant in America, I would have paid at least twice as much. It was done perfectly, and the potatoes with it were fantastic!

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    Camarillo: Good food at fair prices

    by TimDK Written Jun 5, 2006

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    This is one of the first places you'll come across on the "Schlachte". The "Schlachte" is a new and upcoming area near the river where you can find trendy pubs, bars and restaurants.

    Camarillo has a large choice of cocktails, beers and other drinks. The food choices are a bit more limited and are more for the "small" hunger. Pastas, rolls and sandwiches is mainly what you'll find on the card.

    Favorite Dish: If you like hot and spicy go for the Penne with Salami and Paprikas. Definately worth it.

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    Flett - Die Staendige Vertretung: Restaurant Flett

    by blanter Written Aug 4, 2006

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    The restaurant is located at Boettcherstrasse - a piece of old Bremen that survived during the war. The tables are just below the clock showing the inventions and discoveries.

    Favorite Dish: Check fish. Crab soup is fantastic.

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    Katzencafe: Katzencafe

    by ATLC Written Jun 12, 2005

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    Restaurant Katzencafe is hidden between very small alleys, yet very busy. A restaurant and a big covered terrace. There are 180 seatings.

    Favorite Dish: We had a pot of tea and coffee (3.40 euro each) and a cappuccino (2,10 euro).

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    Ratskeller: Dining in an old wine cellar

    by himalia11 Updated Apr 30, 2010

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    The Ratskeller restaurant is found in the cellar of the town hall and used to be a wine-cellar. And it still looks like one, with all the nice looking wine barrels! It's a nice place for a dinner, and if you want to have some more privacy you can take one of the booths. We were a large group and did not fit into a such booth, but we peaked into them and I could very well imagine to have romatic dinner there... The food was well, too, and they offere a good choice of German dishes. And of course many different wines! I only was disturbed by a persistent seller of roses, I was wondering that he was not kicked out!

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    Cafe Garde: Breakfast

    by Turska Written Dec 11, 2008

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    We didn´t have breakfast at hotel,so we went here for a tea/coffee and a roll.They had simple rolls,so it was easy to pick up something.Seems like Germans like rolls with lots of different fillings,and if you are allergic to something it´s hard to ask what is in,if you don´t speak german.So this was easy,and fresh.Nothing special,but o.k.And not very expenisve.There was at least two of these.This one is at Dome-squere

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    Konditorei Knigge: Delicious cakes!

    by Tonttuliina Updated Dec 14, 2008

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    Enjoy a piece of delicious cake and a coffee in this coffee house. You see at least a dozen different cakes behind the counter as you enter the coffeehouse. Tell them which cake you want to taste and they will give you a piece of paper with a number and a price on it. Go and find a table. Wait until the waitress comes and takes your order and give her the piece of paper. After a moment the waitress will bring you a big piece of the cake and your drink. Don't count the calories on this one!
    The ladies' room is located downstairs, and you might like to pay a tip to the cleaning lady there.

    Favorite Dish: My favorite dish? I didn't taste all of the cakes so I really cannot tell!!

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    Ristorante (Café/Bistro) Da Casimiro: The best Italian restaurant, and great Gelato!

    by schnezana Updated Apr 10, 2003

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    The food is fantastic, the atmosphere elegant and modern. Family owned and operated by brothers from Catania, Sicily. German and Italian are spoken, and the food is traditional and delicioso!

    Favorite Dish: I eat them all, love them all and prefer something seasonal. Try the homemade Gelaato the speciality of Gaetano.

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    Friesenhof

    by himalia11 Written Apr 30, 2010

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    Inside the restaurant

    The Friesenhof is an interesting restaurant - when you come in it looks like a modern bright restaurant and when you go deeper inside it's getting more rustic with half-timbered works, but all with maritime decoration. The food is also maritime, the Friesenhof is known for its fish dishes. But you also get all kind of other things and we all enjoyed the food!

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