Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia Restaurants

Enterprising young managers and chefs are well established in the East, so look for new, usually small, trendy restaurants. People in the region are extremely particular about their traditional food (rumor has it that one can be deported for roasting Mützbraten over anything other than birch). Some new creative chefs successfully blend contemporary regional German with international influences. Medieval-theme restaurants and "experience dining," complete with entertainment, are all the rage in the East, and, despite being often quite kitschy, warrant at least one try. As the region slowly rediscovers its tremendous beer heritage, microbreweries and brewpubs have sprouted up in almost every city. Pubs are a good bet for meeting locals.

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  • 1. Bartel's


    Bartel's riffs on traditional German fare with a contemporary twist, meaning plenty of lighter choices like chef's salad with plenty of crisp fresh veggies, asparagus...Read More

  • 2. Memory Café


    Sometimes only a pizza will do, and this bright, unpretentious café has enough pizza variations, including lots of vegetarian options, to satisfy any craving. For...Read More

  • 3. Schlemmer-Eck


    A meat lover's paradise, this rustic German restaurant-café, with outdoor seating in summer, serves up hearty local fare in a friendly, no-frills setting. You'll recognize...Read More

  • 4. Strandgut Bio Restaurant


    You can be sure that nary a toxin or additive will pass your lips at this organic outpost set in a handsome house on the...Read More

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