Potsdam Restaurants

  • Solyanka soup at Redo Lindencafe
    Solyanka soup at Redo Lindencafe
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    Fleischerei Neuendorff: Some sausages

    by Raimix Written Jan 11, 2013

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    I turned to this place just to have some dinner, and one of the chooses was, of course, sausages. I opted for them and also for green tea. The cost for all of that was about 9 euros.

    I enjoyed place, but it was a bit too much ketchup on sausages :) Also it is unhealthy food, but I allow it to myself on trips :)

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  • Thai Restaurant LemonGras Potsdam: spezial thai food

    by LemonGras Written May 17, 2012

    The lemongras is actually a great place to grab special thai food in the dutch quarter potsdam.
    Very friendly staff, varied menu, quick service and very delicius thai food !!! There are even good vegetarian options and a special thai wine.

    Favorite Dish: pad thai + thai wine

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    Daily Coffee: Quick Lunch

    by antistar Written Jan 19, 2012

    Despite its name, the Daily Coffee is actually a great place to grab lunch. Cozy surroundings, friendly staff, good food, good value, varied menu, quick service and free wi-fi. You can't really go wrong. There are even good vegetarian options.

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    Restaurant Unicat: Buffet & brunch very family friendly

    by MD2nd Updated Nov 8, 2011

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    Restaurant Unicat is a rather small but nice place with friendly waitresses, which is still rather seldom than often to be experienced in Germany. Restaurant Unicat is a families & kids welcoming place, there for it was very crowded & noisy. Better be ready for some very nice-noisy, cosy happenings. Selection of food/buffett is simple but ok.

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    Redo Lindencafe: Traditional Eastern European soup

    by MD2nd Updated Nov 8, 2011

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    Solyanka soup at Redo Lindencafe
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    Nice cafe/restaurant with nice decor/ambience, and nice outdoor seats right on the sidewalk in front of the cafe. Waitress/service yet was not too ambitious. Took a long time to get attention for at least ordering some soda & coffee. Yet their Solyanka soup was great, and worth to spend time there. Always wanted to try that Ukrainian/Russian soup, never had the chance. Pretty happy to catch the opportunity when visiting Redo Lindencafe. They do offer a number of different things on their menu.

    Traditional Solyanka is made with sliced sausages, smoked pork, beef. A few slices of hot salami also add good flavor. If you make this recipe, be sure to try Minor's Base, for it will make this soup much better, and will surely become a regular standby in your kitchen. For the veggies, Traditional Russian Solyanka will only have salt-preserved varieties like pickled cucumbers, olives, capers, and salted mushrooms. While including at least some of these is important to get authentic flavor, I like to add shredded cabbage, white onions, sliced celery, and stewed tomatoes for improved nutrition. I shred the cabbage fine so as to add a bit of thickness to the body of the soup. For the garnish, just as important as what goes into the soup is what you dress it with. Squeeze a wedge of fresh Lemon into each bowl, drop a dollop of sour cream into the center, and sprinkle chopped fresh Dill over the top.

    food.com/recipe/russian-meat-vegetable-solyanka-soup-351209

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    Plantagenklause: Neat & kinda Bavarian place

    by MD2nd Updated Nov 8, 2011

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    Been a few years back that we were heading there for gf's birthday dinner, had a nice time, great weather, ordered Bavarian like meals, enjoyed the restaurant's Bavarian like atmosphere, and its outdoor beer garden, and their very friendly & attentive service. Nice plus: non-smokers are truly welcome. No ash trashes on tables. We had Wiener Schnitzel, Wiener Wuerstel (sausages), different sorts of salad, tomato soup, and soda called Spezi (mix of Coke & Fanta).

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    Zur Reuse: Very idyllic, and a little out of Potsdam

    by MD2nd Updated Nov 8, 2011

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    Buddy took gf and me there to dine out for his birthday. Restaurant was pretty crowded yet we were lucky to get seated at the restaurant's lake side terrace with its beautiful garden attached. Right at Grosser Seddiner See. Dinner (asparagus & ham & salad) was nice, and the service too. It's a rather modest place but very idyllic. Very family friendly too. Easy to get one's car parked. No public system around there for my understanding.

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    Janny's Eis: Yummy-dreamy-creamy ice

    by MD2nd Updated Nov 8, 2011

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    Like at the ice cafe in Erkner, Janny's Eis offers a wide selection of ice, real creamy, fruity, nuty, sweet - just some perfect soul food. Staff there, like those of Janny's Eis in Erkner-town too, are very friendly. We were lucky to have such fantastic sunshine, and enjoyed ice & coffee on cafe's outdoor tables. At first I took plain yet very fruity lemon ice (not one bit artificial tasting), then tempted for a second round, I've had various nut flavored ice with big pieces of hazel,- and walnuts.

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    Steakhaus Lorado: Lovely & simple spot, great service

    by MD2nd Updated Jul 16, 2011

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    Since the meals we ordered were Vegetarian, except for a few slices of ham that came with the salad, I can't say anything about their steaks or whatsoever of meat-dishes. Their vegetables, country potatoes, corn salad, and Italian Tagliatelle were quite ok. Not fancy-fantastic but really ok, and so was the juice they brought as "fare well" at the end of our supper. Sweet! Restaurant's outdoor seats are simple yet lovely & cosy. Waiters served fast & very friendly!

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  • creperie de la madeleine: authentic french brittany food

    by miromi Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    this elegant and beautiful restaurant is the best place to eat hearty food from brittany, the celtic northern part of france. the crepes are divine, and you can wash it all down with huge bowls of cidre (french apple wine). i was told that this was the only place in berlin and potsdam with decent crepes...

    Favorite Dish: the tunisian crepe dish with figs and honey makes you die and go to heaven.

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    Wirtshaus Kartoffel-Pub: A pleasure, potatoes in Potsdam

    by MD2nd Updated Sep 8, 2010

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    Very nice place, very hospitable, natural and cosy! Really very kind waiters/waitresses which do delight the restaurant with their attentive and friendly service! Also no long wait at all (still seldom with German restaurants)! Eating either on their outdoor tables or inside, it's just pleasure to have some simple bite there. Food is good too, many, typical German potato-made dishes are on the menu. We had Matjes (Hering), buttered & fried potatoes, scrambled eggs and for dessert pan cakes with apple puree, Ben & Jerry's ice cream, mineral water, tea, coke.

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    Starbucks': Shiny for Christmas at pedestrian zone

    by MD2nd Updated Mar 27, 2010

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    As a blogger happily wrote: Starbucks comes to town!! Check on http://potsdam-blog.de

    Though we felt like to be better off this awful Potsdam Christmas Market, and making it to Starbucks', we kinda remained caught in that market. Eventually we haven't tried out this very inviting looking Starbucks' (which sits right on pedestrian zone) as it was way too crowded on that evening.

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    Subway: Fresh stuff & friendly staff

    by MD2nd Updated Sep 8, 2009

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    This Potsdam Subway is a little longer around, and they are now even better than before! It feels healthy, and nice - yes, convenient IS nice in my book - to eat out there! Or to either take things to go.

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    Alexandrowka: Russian Restaurant

    by MichaelFalk1969 Updated Apr 17, 2008

    Right within the Russian Colony of Potsdam you will find this small, cozy russian-themed restaurant in a wooden homestead with a wide range of menus, good service and very sensible prices. Highly recommended !

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    SCHLOSS CECILIENHOF: Neuer Garten: Self-service

    by EdinburghRoc Written Sep 5, 2007
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    The SCHLOSS CECILIENHOF: Neuer Garten has a fine restaurant I'm sure but within its grounds inside a small square sits outdoors a self-service german buffet.
    Beer: Soup, sausage & bread to fill up quick + if needed a toilet.
    And if like me move on, I have things to see places to go I have no time for food.

    Favorite Dish: The beer done its job and the soup was good + the sausage was tasty too.

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