This is a pleasant, rather old-fashioned café where I had a cup of tea while waiting for the theater to open.
As the name implies, they have a large selection of newspapers and magazines (in German, though the café has a French name) for their customers to read.
Near the "Stadtwald" (City forest) and within the village of Verberg, predominantely an old farmers village, which has become an excellent location for housing outside of the city, Gut Heyenbaum has excelled with an ambiance and reputation for good food. Old furniture combined with fine intrior decoration has been used to create to a most pleasant dining atmosphere.
During summertime food will be served outside in the gharden and backyard area as well. (See all pictures at their website)
Favorite Dish: There is nothing what can be cold my favorite. All dishes served are creations with a unique touch. The food is not only tasty but extremely pleasant for your eyes. Just the looks at the food makes your mouth water.
This Old Restaurant is known for their tasty dishes. The building is from the 14th century and enjoys state protection. The owners are obliged to maintain the building in its original version. Modernisation, such as central heating or water supply is allowed though.
Under the roof you see the statue of St. John Nepomuk who is the patron of bridges.
Favorite Dish: Gruenkohl mit Pinkel (during Wintertime)
(green cabbage with a type of fat sausage)
Inviting with the sign of a carved fish, being used as a flower pot, a ships's lantern
Fresh Fish shop belonging to the "Nordsee" -chain and a tiny restaurant excelling in fish dishes.
Favorite Dish: smoked eel
A family business with a wide range of Italian cooking.
Favorite Dish: I love their whole menu, it's hard to make a selection. Do try one of the salads.