One of Hannover’s oldest Italian restaurant is still a renowned place for Italian food. Its location in the old town, with a view onto river Leine. Although it is popular with politicians and other celebrities, it has maintained fair prices and an excellent service for everyone. It can become full in the evening, but it is not a problem to get a table for lunch. Bei Mario has probably the best Italian kitchen in Hannover with a good selection – so, if you love Italian food, this is the first address to go in Hannover.
Favorite Dish: I tend to order seafood or end up with something from the daily changing recommendations.
The Appropriate Theme For This Restaurant would be "Teahouse".....:-)
The Teestübchen is a nice little café (lol) where you can choose of around 20 different teas, a lot of fruit teas and also green chines teas, mate from Argentina or earl grey tea to give some examples.
Some years ago I´ve been there quite often, now after 3 or 4 years I visited it again to have my first VT Mini-meeting with Sabsi. WE both decided that it has been better before, nevertheless it´s still quite comfortable and cosy.
Favorite Dish: I like very much the earl grey tea.
A gay cafe in Hannover's old town. Open for everyone and really friendly atmosphere. The waiters are all incredibly funny and nice!! In summer you can sit outside in the lovely backyard!!!
I think this cafe was named after one of the main characters out of my favourite gay comics by Ralf König.
Favorite Dish: Everything looks really tasty here (even the waiters ;) The homemade cakes are wonderful and so is the pasta, the sandwiches and the aioli with bread. Prices are ok, not too cheap though.
A beautiful outdoor area on a square inside a 'new old' building in Hannover ('Ernst August Carree'). You sit outside but there is a roof so that you can even sit here in the rain. The food is great, and so are the Belgian beers of course!
Favorite Dish: Rocket Salad with Tomato and Parmesan slices.
This place is fairly new, and its the best food I've eaten in Hannover. German food is very plain with little flavor or spice and often ethnic restaurants will adjust their menus to accomodate the German palate. But Bruxelles serves Belgian cuisine (I can't judge the authenticity) and it is fantastic. Great service, very nice courtyard location with olive trees and sun-shades, and very reasonable prices.
Favorite Dish: It's a tie between the grilled Zander (fish) with mixed mushrooms and lila (purple) potatoes, and the baked mussels with spinach. You'll have to make a separate trip if you want to finish the chocolate mousse.
A cosy place in the old town where you can go perfectly in the afternoon after some shopping to have a lovely tea and some cake!
Favorite Dish: The vanilla tea!