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    Mr. Meyers Diner Chemnitz: Get the American feeling...

    by Anjuschka Written Sep 29, 2014

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    This is very NEW - it officially opened today (29th September 2014).

    Like the name suggests you can get very much American food.
    They did a great job and created an authentic atmosphere and you would feel like you were in an American diner...

    Last Saturday they had a pre-opening party for special guests and today for everyone.
    I went alone on a early and quiet Monday afternoon and I found a (quiet) table.
    If you'll come later or at the weekends you should reserve to be on the safe side - especially if you are more than two...
    They also have a bar were you can sit and order your drinks or something to eat

    They have a wide range of food and beverages - so you should try for yourself.

    On a take away menu you'll find all the food and you can pre-order from home to order your food and when you arrive there you'll have your food very fast

    The staff is very friendly and helpful and their come from a very young age and there's also older staff - what is quite nice - everyone is part of a great team.

    When you get in the diner there is a lady (or gentleman) who will give you guidance what table is free or where you can sit...

    The whole thing is a great experience and they play rockabilly kind of music and the decorations are very interesting and matching the theme...
    They also plan to have live bands there for entertainment.

    I felt very great there..

    Favorite Dish: Since it was the first day and my first time there I only order some yummy potato wedges with sour cream, a very delicious chocolate milkshake and had a coke...

    I will definitely come back for more....

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    Marschner's Eiscafé: The best ice cream you could imagine...

    by Anjuschka Written Aug 17, 2014

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    This is by far the best ice cream café in Chemnitz...

    There is a cafè inside and outside and you just can choose your scoops from the window counter to take away.

    They have lots of different flavours and you have to go there often to try all of the ones you might like.

    The ice cream is delicious - without a doubt.
    Especially in the summertime if it's warm there are queuing lots of people to order their ice cream.
    It's not only ice cream, They also offer milkshakes to take away.

    The ice cream window opens in summer at 11am and in winter at 2pm.
    It is opened all year and you also have the opportunity to eat little snacks or drink coffee, cappuccino and many more.
    You can coose from lots of different ice cream bowls/ sundaes...

    You can see more on their website...

    After you chose your ice cream scoops you could enjoy a little walk through Siegmarer Park or you can sit and enjoy your ice cream at the Brunnenhof (situated behind the building)

    Favorite Dish: My favourite flavour is DEFINITELY:

    BUTTERKEKS (butter biscuit)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    It tastes soooo delicious and you'll definitely find you own favourite

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    Quetzal - Chocolate Bar: A must for any Chocolate lovers...

    by Anjuschka Updated Aug 10, 2014

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    As you would guess it's all about chocolate!!!

    You mainly get chocolate beverages - like hot chocolate or a wide range of milkshakes.
    You can also order cocktails, icecream, bisquits or cakes.

    On top of all these you can order some kind of chocolate sauce - you can choose your favourite flavour. It gets firm right after you out it on your meal or drink. That's kind of crispy...

    When you enter the shop you go right to the counter and order your food or drinks - then you can take place to one of the many seats. Some of them are made of red leather(sofas) or you can sit on a chair.
    You'll get your order as soon as they are finished it.

    It's a lovely atmosphere and they lit on a candle on your table.

    Favorite Dish: I just ordered a cup of cappuccino and a icecream cup with banana and dark chocolate sauce...
    I really enjoyed it and find it was so delicious.

    But be careful with the chocolate sauce as I said before it gets very firm and you'll find it difficult to eat it properly. The taste is very intensive - what I love.

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    ESPITAS - Mexikanisches Restaurant und Bar: Mexico in the middle of Chemnitz

    by Anjuschka Written Jul 19, 2014

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    That restaurants leads you directly to Mexico... At least you will feel that way.

    There is a wonderful ambiente outside and inside. Very well designed - you have the feeling as if you were in Mexico. After you walked upstairs a lovely wooden staircase you feel good - Mexican music, friendly and competent staff/service.

    You can sit ouside (in summer very nice) or inside. It opens at 11am and we got there about 11:05...
    Although there was a school class celebrating there end of school - we didn't had the impression, we had to wait very long. The staff was very helpul...

    The menu was filled with great food, you could get overwhelmed with. That's why you might have to come back (and you will!)
    I decided to order a chocolate milkshake (YUMMY) and chicken wings (you can choose your dip from about 8) - I also ordered Chili con Carne... That was both very hot - but I loved it. I had to order a coke to cool down.

    In the time between 11am and 2pm you get a dessert with every meal. We had kind of lemon cream - which was very smooth and tasted great.

    There is also a bar included where you can go and drink the "good stuff" - they have lots of different drinks...

    If you have to go to the Ladies' or Gentlemen's - you won't feel bad if you do... Very clean and you don't feel bad there at all.
    They also have an cigarette machine where you can pick your favourite ones - if you do like smoking of course... :)
    I don't like smoking - but I know other do...

    I wasn't able to finish all my food - so just ask the friendly staff if they could put it in a box for you to take it home.

    At the end we drank a cup of cappuccino to round up a very nice time...

    Favorite Dish: I absolutely loved the chicken wings with honey mustard dip...

    I chose the option with 7 pieces - and it was more than enough...

    I love when they are a little hot - they were generally very good seasoned.

    I could absolutely recommend it - although they are lots of other great mexican food.

    Chocolate milkshake Chicken wings & chili con carne

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    Cafe Michaelis

    by german_eagle Written Sep 28, 2012

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    If you're looking for an excellent Viennese coffeehouse then you might consider this one. Although the architecture is modern, the ambience, the (fancy)cakes and tarts, the coffee and tea etc. reminded me of the good old time. They even have a piano player on several afternoons each week (like when I visited).

    I had a piece of blueberry tart and a Wiener Melange coffee, both excellent. The check was 5.05 Euro. I had a table outdoor and enjoyed the autumn sun, watching people and listening to the piano. Very good and friendly service.

    Location is in the pedestrian zone, a bit off the beaten path behind the town hall.

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    La Bouchee

    by german_eagle Written Sep 28, 2012

    Right in the pedestrian zone is this very nice Bistro-Restaurant where they serve excellent French cuisine. They have tables outside which were perfect for lunch on this sunny day in September.

    Service is very good, attentive and competent. I chose the daily offer, potatoes Rösti-style with mushrooms and a green salad (yummy), had a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon rose (very good) and a mineral water (Perrier). I paid 18 Euro incl. tip which was a bit more than usual for lunch, but it was well worth it.

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    Grütznickels Scheune

    by german_eagle Written Dec 28, 2011

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    The literal translation of "Scheune" is barn which refers to the rural location and the part of the restaurant, one of the dining rooms, that originally was a barn. Grütznickels Scheune is a place for the locals, serves hearty, regional food. Unfortunately I did not have the time to eat there.

    I only wanted something to drink. A welcome surprise was the "Summer bowle" that they served, made of dry red wine, mineral water and different, sliced fruit (strawberries, melon e.g. if I recall correctly). Very refreshing on a hot summer day and very tasty. A glass (0.3 l) cost 3.20 Euro.

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    Cafe Venezia

    by german_eagle Updated Dec 28, 2011

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    Right on the Markt square is the Cafe Venezia, a typical ice-cream and coffee place Italian style. They have tables outdoor in summer from where you have a good view of the folks parading by - but that's the only really positive aspect about it.

    I had a cup of ice-cream and cappuccino. Unfortunately the size of the ice-cream cup did not match the quality - I've hardly ever had a worse one. The cappuccino was not particularly good, either. The check was a bit more than 8 Euro, *way* too much. Not worth a recommendation.

    Ice cream and coffee at the Venezia
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    Don

    by german_eagle Written Dec 28, 2011

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    One of the "In"-places in Chemnitz is the bistro/lounge/restaurant Don. It is located in the city centre, next to St. Jakobi church. The place has two floors: on the ground floor is the cafe, a grand staircase leads up to the restaurant area with a bar, off this one, on the corner with views of the pedestrian zone and St. Jakobi church, is the lounge area. I picked a table in the lounge area right by the windows.

    The interior is modern, stylish, with interesting light effects (see pic 3). Chairs and sofas are comfortable, I can easily imagine to spend a couple of hours there, chatting away with friends and watching people - that's what apparently quite a lot of (mostly younger) folks do.

    Favorite Dish: I had a freshly squeezed orange juice, creme brulee and Darjeeling tea. Everything was yummy. The check was 10 Euro incl. tip. Service was friendly though a bit slow. Everyone seemed to have plenty of time to kill, I was probably the only one who needed to catch a train.

    Don, entrance Don, staircase to upstairs floor Don, upstairs lounge Don Food!
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    Mercure hotel restaurant

    by german_eagle Written Dec 28, 2011

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    A good place for a sumptuous breakfast buffet is the restaurant of the Hotel Mercure, located on the top floor and thus providing great views of the city. In case the weather co-operates you can see the Erzgebirge mountains from there (it did not for us).

    The breakfast buffet had all sorts of meat, cheese, eggs, bacon etc., fruit, yoghurt, cereals, different kinds of bread and rolls, also some sweets/cakes, sorts of juice and of course coffee and (loose) tea. Service was very competent and friendly. We showed up quite late (about 9.30 am) and everything was still available. As non-hotel guests we paid 14 Euro each, the same what they charge hotel guests.

    view from hotel Mercure's restaurant Restaurant Hotel Mercure view: opera house, St. Petri church and Art museum
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    Restaurant Heck-Art

    by german_eagle Updated Dec 28, 2011

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    This restaurant is so far the best I've found in Chemnitz. I had an excellent lunch there in Oct 2011. Location is on the northern edge of the city centre, close to the high-rise Hotel Mercure. The building is one of the few old townhouses that survived the bombing in WWII. The interior is tastefully modern, with pictures and works done by local artisans. Upstairs are another dining room, the gourmet department for the evenings, and a small art gallery.

    On workdays (Mon-Fri) they have a special offer for lunch - changes weekly - that includes soup plus main course and coffee or cake - for 9.90 Euro only. Or you pick the dish of the day for 5.90 Euro.

    I chose the menu of the week. I cannot exactly remember what the soup was, but it was delicious. Main course was Schnitzel with potatoes and green salad. I also had a yummy white wine and some water. The check was 15.80 plus tip.

    Service was very competent, attentive and friendly. The place is highly recommended!

    Restaurant Heck-Art Restaurant Heck-Art, soup Restaurant Heck-Art, main course Restaurant Heck-Art, coffee Restaurant Heck-Art, interior
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    Espitas: Hola Mexico!

    by King_Golo Updated Aug 30, 2009

    Espitas is a relatively new restaurant in Chemnitz - and it is said to be always packed. A good reason to see myself what the hype is all about. It's a nice pseudo-mexican atmosphere in which very attentive waiters (perhaps even too attentive) serve the food. We went for a mixed salad with palm hearts, tacos with mixed meats and burritos. While the food was alright and in parts really creative (chicken with chocolate sauce!), the cocktails were really good. Espitas offers a large selection and gives helpful explanations about what the cocktails consist of (e.g. a description of what ingrediences make up Aperol liquor).
    In summary: A good place to eat, but an even better one for a good drink.

    Favorite Dish: Burritos and Tacos were good. Cocktails are great.

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    Maharadscha Palast: Feel India!

    by King_Golo Updated Aug 30, 2009

    Oh, this place is really great! They are the number one Indian restaurant in Chemnitz and offer a multitude of Indian dishes in a somehow weird (i.e. Indian + Saxonian) ambience. You sit in a pretty dark room with massive furniture and are served by the most attentive waiters.
    The food is very tasty but may sometimes be quite hot. But for this cause, the Maharadscha waiters are prepared - it's a matter of seconds that they add some sauce to your food which makes it less hot. When I was there the last time, I was too proud to accept... but I survived the "medium hot" food anyway!

    Favorite Dish: Just choose for yourself, you won't be disappointed!

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    Malula: Syrian Food

    by King_Golo Updated Aug 30, 2009

    Malula is a nice Syrian restaurant located on the shore of river Chemnitz. The food is great and the service very attentive. My family and me came here after a long day of hiking and enjoyed grilled lamb and chicken as well as some good starters. Prices are above average, but it's definitely worth it. In summer, a beer garden behind the house is open to visitors.

    Favorite Dish: Starters are excellent and should be part of every Malula meal. The grill plate is also good.

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    Heck Art: HeckArt - a really nice little restaurant

    by graz-ie Updated Oct 15, 2005

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    Everywhere in the house local artists did a great job from the lamp until the table, the wallpaper und the signet. And of course the cookery also belongs to the style of the restaurant.
    From the fine light cuisine and the well-chosen wines innumerable people became a slave already. Sometimes it is hard to find a table.

    It is a really cozy restaurant to sit and talk, drink a good wine and just talk with friends.

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