Apparently Düsseldorfer like to open bars in old fillings stations, supermarkets etc. This bar which serves excellent salads is located in an old supermarket.
It's a lovely place we go to regularly. It's rather busy on most evenings and service can be a bit unorganised, but the salads are great and we enjoy the atmosphere.
Dress Code: None. People here look a bit "arty" to me so wear black if you don't want to look like a parrot ;)
It's a wonderful restaurant/ bar/ cafe with nice staff, nice interior, nice design, good food, nice crowd, and if yousit outside a busy street to watch the world go by with being disturbed to much.
They have a hairdressers in the back of the restaurant!
Dress Code: casual
No matter what day during the week, no matter if winter or summer, sunshine or rain - this pub/restaurant/bar is ALWAYS busy. They serve wonderful breakfasts, hot dishes, salads, desserts etc etc. And they have Düsseldorf's most friendly staff working there!
The best thing: I live only a few minutes away from Ab der Fisch :-))
This is our home for Monday nights. A brewpub in Derendorf with many friendly waiters, great German food and cold beers. The perfect spot to meet and eat before the Finnish course and to drown the frustration afterwards.
Dress Code: You will meet everybody here: Businessmen and local people who come for their night beer so don't worry about clothes!
A nice place for a drink, dinner or breakfast! Very popular and always busy!!! The breakfast choice they have is very nice and I'm sure you will find something tasty... like the "Parmesan Ei" with Rocket, Eggs and Parmesan that Steve had ;-)
On the ground of an old railway station this place doesn't really look like a fancy bar and great pasta place - but it is!! They serve great wines and food! The Bruschetta we had was excellent and so was the pasta arrabiata! In summer you can sit ourside. Come early, it's always crowded here!
Dress Code: "Arty!" But feel free to wear whatever you like!