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New in Flingern: papadellapasta – trattoria, pizza, wine bar

In the trendy part of town Flingern, Papadellapasta is causing quite a stir: Lovingly arranged antipasti, unusual pizza creations, crispy salads, fish, meat or vegetarian food – the fine creations can be combined to your heart’s content. Special highlights are the generous terrace and the after work party, which takes place every 2nd Wednesday from 6.00 pm. With room for up to 140 people Papadellapasta it is also a great event location. [more]

Le Flair - France's culinary Esprit

Chef Dany Cerf, who used to work at Schiffchen in Kaiserswerth, and his partner Nicole Bänder have made their dream come true with their restaurant LeFlair (www.restaurant-leflair.de): The French restaurant in the Quartier Central brings France’s culinary esprit to Düsseldorf – with exquisite cuisine, casual elegance and affordable prices.  [more]

Classic Western Steakhouse: Best quality beef

An elegant ambience with lots of wood, pictures of Western heroes on the walls and country music coming from the speakers. This ambience is the stage for the protagonist: Top-quality beef. The different meat cuts and their methods of being prepared have their big appearance – so to speak – when the waiters introduce them personally to the guests at their tables.[more]

Hase & Igel: Thekitchen rocks!

Hase + Igel has found its home in the former laboratories at Schwanenhöfe. The industrial buildings were spruced up with care using wood, copper, warm light and contemporary art. The core of the restaurant is Stefan Marquard‘ kitchen, where the team brings out amazing food on the plates – skilled excellence and unusual ingredients. The kitchen rocks! Further information at:  www.haseundigel.eu [more]

Maremma: Wining and Dining like in the Toscany

One look and it is clear, beautiful murals of large cattle herds leave no room for doubt: In the tastefully furnished Maremma in the heart of Düsseldorf's "Altstadt", almost everything revolves around meat. But naturally those who would like pasta, pesce and more will get their money’s worth as well. In addition, the well-assorted wine list leaves almost nothing to be desired. The best amongst all: The Steakhouse is open seven days a week from lunch to dinner. Reservations can be made...[more]

La Castagnas: Italian at it's best

La Castagnas in Derendorf is a superb Italian restaurant: Here, traditional, Italian cuisine is celebrated in a lively atmosphere – from traditional to sophisticated with friendliness which comes from the heart, as well as unobtrusive service which makes every table into a special area with friends. Fresh ingredients, changing seasonal dishes and selected wines from all regions guarantee an unforgettable Italian evening. Head chef Frank and the entire team present the complete sophistication of...[more]

Baan Thai: Thai Cuisine at its best

For many decades now, Baan Thai has attracted visitors from all over the world, who promptly turn into lovers of Thai cuisine here. Located directly in the heart of the Old Town (Altstadt), Baan Thai, with its original Thai charm, has a peaceful atmosphere and makes your stay almost feel like a short holiday. More information at: www.baanthai.de; E-mail: baanthai1976@hotmail.de. [more]

Amano Verde: Hot spot for vegetarians and vegans

Düsseldorf has a new meeting place for upscale vegetarian, vegan and lactose-free cuisine. In the beginning of June the Amano Verde opened in the Radisson Blu Media Harbour Hotel. From light snacks to eccentric menu - the menu has something for every lover of healthy and meatless cuisine. All products are from controlled cultivation and preferably from the region. For the Chef Dennis Riesen, vegetarian and vegan cooking is a passion, because himself is a convinced vegan. In Amano Verde he can...[more]

The Beer Houses (Breweries) – A Real Piece of Düsseldorf

The beer houses and their „alt“ beer are a real Düsseldorf specialty and represent the cosiness of the Rhineland. What is special about this is: They brew their own beer (the top-fermented, brown „Alt“ beer). They serve typical, hearty, traditional food (e.g. knuckle, Halve Hahn (rye roll with cheese) & Flöns (black pudding)). The waiters are called „Köbes” and are known for their quick wit (some also say: „rough charm “). There is no other place in Düsseldorf where inhabitants and guests from...[more]

Düsseldorf (Platt) Dialect Made Easy

You speak German, but sometimes you still do not understand a single word in Düsseldorf? That is because of the Düsseldorf dialect. Here is a small language course for you: Jo: Yes Nä: No Dank üch: Thank you Jode Morje: Good morning Dach: Hello N’owend: Good evening Wie es et?: How are things? Jot, ech kann nit klare: Fine, thanks Tschö: Cheers/Goodbye Bes späder: See you later Bes morje: See you tomorrow Wie jet et Üch/Dech?: How are you? [more]

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