Offering a wide choice of Germanicized Italian fare, the Brasserie Grand Cafe is fast and cheerful, but I found the pasta a little on the heavy side. This isn't uncommon with German Italian restaurants and cafes so I won't mark it down too much, as the service was fast and friendly, the food tasty, and the price not all that expensive. The location was also very good.
The Sugarpot seemed fairly popular with savvy locals, and had a pleasant view of the St Marien church. It specialised in coffees and cake, and I enjoyed a Latte Macchiato there while I re-energised myself after a not particularly restful night train from Nuremburg. The service was friendly, but the coffee was only average.
The adjoining restaurant to the hotel is open to everyone, not just patrons, and it is fortunate for those staying elsewhere that this is so. The food was some of the best I've eaten, a restaurant with a quality that made me feel inferior to the food I was eating. The service was friendly, and helpful, without being obsequious, and the dessert of walnut icecream in a sea of cherry sauce was the highlight of the evening. The only complaint I might have is that I kind of expect soup to be served with a soup spoon, and some bread, but apart from that it was excellent.
Fish restaurant in Alte Faehre on Ruegen. It was actually the only place that seemed at all open on a Sunday afternoon, so we weren't expecting much. But the fried Herrings were really super. Good bratkartofflen too!
Nice, nice and nice !
Well located overlooking the square (which is an open-air car park) it's calm and peaceful, yellow interiors and glass tables with coffee beans behind the glass.
Favorite Dish: Cakes are not thousands but they are home-made and delicious, coffee is ok.
They are friendly and kind ... what's more ???