Restaurant Paulaner im Rattenkrug sits right on Hameln's pedestrian zone. We been there around Christmas and there for enjoyed the beautiful atmosphere. We've had nice & Bavarian tasting food such as Leberkaese which is not liver cheese but a sort of fried meat loaf along with fried eggs and fried potatoes. Side dish contained tomatoes & dressing, and cucumbers. Mineralwater & soda & apple juice. Restaurant's decor/ambience is quite Bavarian looking. Great service, very friendly towards children.
The Kartoffelhaus restaurant is located in an earlt 17th century traditional house. In 1977 the building was renovated; another renovation in 1988 following the original building code and using original materials brought the house back to its old old glory.
The restaurants serves traditional German food, with accent on the potatoe meals.
Tu-Sa: 11.30AM - 2.30PM & 6PM - 10PM
So: 11.30AM - 2.30PM & 6PM - 9PM
The Rattenfängerhaus is a Gasthaus or typical German local restaurant.
The restaurant is located in the building that originally was known as the Pied Piper House. The facade dated from 1602 , but the house behind is much older.
Hours: Daily from 10AM.
Favorite Dish: Kuchen.
The Museumscafé is part of the Stiftsherrenhaus dating from 1558. The building started as the house of Mayor Friedrich Poppendiek.
Later in 1920 it became the home for the Zeddies und Marquard bank and after WWII the Wein-Peter company had its office here.
In 1976 the Museumscafé started .
The café offers good food, including some specials from far away countries.
Mo-Su: 9AM - 10PM
The Rattenkrug is a classic German bar or Gasthaus. It is housed in one of the oldest Hameln buildings, dating from 1220. The bar dates from 1808.
Mo-Fr: From 11AM - 10PM
Sa-Su: 10AM - 10PM
Montag bis Freitag ab 11.00 Uhr
Favorite Dish: Matjes (herring dish) (with some "Rattenkiller" as a drink).
The Pied Piper’s House Restaurant offers food and atmosphere in the sign of the legend since 1966.
The Fricke familiy opens daily between 11am-3pm and 5:59-11pm. The Fricke Family offers dishes for groups, small festivities and all-inclusive offers for the „big celebration.“ Karl-Heinz Fricke created the first „Rat-Tail Flambe“ on the 28th of January in 1970.
He is also responsible for the Specialties, „Rattenkiller Schnaps“ and „Piper’s Dinner“.
Favorite Dish: Rat Tail Flambe: Served with Bali Rice and seasonal salad.
Ingredients: -for 2 Servings-
400 g Pork Filet cut into long strips
100 g Butter
¼ l Brown Gravy
5 Olives with Pimento, scliced
10 Whole Mushrooms, scliced
4 Miniature Corn Cobs, scliced
2 Tomatoes, peeled and diced
1 large Onion, finely diced
1 red Pepper, cut in fine diced
5 cl White Wine, 5 cl Red Wine, 5 cl sweet cream
Fry the Pork Strips in 50g Butter, Flambé with Calvados. Salt and Pepper to taste. In a second pan, melt 50g of the Butter and sautee the onions until they are colorless. Add the red and white wine and cook the mixture down about e third. Add the olives, mushrooms, corn, tomatoes and pepper and sautee them until they soften. Add the brown gravy and season with Mustard, Tabasco, Worchestershiresauce, Ketchup, Salt and Pepper. Finish with Port Wine and Cream.
The Flambé Pork Strips should be added to the sauce and be served after a short interval to combine the taste.
This is coffee-house where typical german dishes are also served.
It is situated in one of Hamelin´s most beautiful buildings, the Stiftsherrenhaus (1562)
Specialities: Stiftsherrentorte, Hamelin´s cake and Piper´s cake of course.
No pancakes served here :-( !
Strange to see a McDonalds fast food restaurant housed in a traditional Hameln building.
Mo-Th: 7.30AM - 10PM
Fr-Sa: 7.30AM - Midnight
Su: 10AM - 10PM
I don't want you to eat at Mc Donald's. I just want to show you how beautiful Mac Donalds is integrated into the old city centre.