Quality Hotel Erlangen
Bayreuther Strasse 53
Phone: (49) 9131 8760
Fax: (49) 9131 876550
Bayreuther Strasse 53, Erlangen, DE, 91054
- Phone: (49) 9131 8760
- Fax: (49) 9131 876550
If you want to try some local food, then the Alte Post is perfect for you. The locals come here for business and personal lunches and dinners alike and tourists also appreciate the high standards. Konrad Bosl, the head chef is known throughout the land and the whole restaurant has recently been refurbished. Its new look makes it even more suitable for that special occasion. In the summer you can enjoy your food in the cozy restaurant garden.
The Altes Schloss (Old Castle), between Buch and Poppenreuth, in the middle of the Knoblauchsland region of Nuremberg is where the Counts of Ansbach used to stay the night on their way to Bayreuth. Today, guests can enjoy the best that Franconian and international cuisine has to offer. The extensive menu lists carp, trout, poultry and game. The decor is rustic and the old sandstone castle, built in 1752 that houses the restaurant is picturesque to say the least. For further details, please check the website.
Welcome to the historic Rotes Roß (Red Horse) inn in Heroldsberg near Nuremberg. The Roß has been run by the same family since 1856 and you can eat good Franconian food here. This is a good place to eat asparagus and game. The ceiling in the Frankenstube (Franconian room) is over 350 years old and it is here that private functions often take place. This is the ideal place to hold a business dinner and if you want to stay the night, then you should have no problem because the restaurant also has lodging space. The rooms are modern and the breakfast buffet will set your day off to a good start.
A slice of Italy in the middle of Nuremberg! At this family-owned restaurant, you can have traditional Italian meals, such as pizza, lasagna, spaghetti bolognese and tortellini. There is also a live band that plays your favorite songs, including jazz, rock and current hits.
Located off the main road, Tucherhof is wonderful family restaurant and brewery. It serves traditional German food, such as schnitzel, spice roast, rumpsteak and sausages, as well as traditional German beer, such as pilseners and hefeweizens.
This modern eatery has something for one and all. Healthy food as well as fast food is on offer. Enjoy the pizzas or opt for the specials of the day—Monat Sauerbraten on the second Sunday of the month, Monat Bratwurstabend on the third Wednesday, Monat Schlachtschüssel on the fourth Wednesday, and some fish delicacies on the first Friday. You can also head downstairs for bowling and send your kids to the play area. This place can accommodate up to 70 people and is the perfect place to host parties—they'll help you decorate according to the occasion. Look up the website to find out about the next event. Parlerhof opens on Monday and Tuesday at 4pm, from Wednesday to Friday at 3pm and on Sunday at 10 pm.
If you want to dine in a relaxed atmosphere and try various types of sushi, come to Sushi Akimoto. The glass facade gives the restaurant a particularly cozy atmosphere. And, if you aren't in the mood for sushi, don't worry; you can choose from salads, roasted meat and teppanyaki. The salads are particularly good, with a delicious dressing of lemon and onions. In the evening, a master chef steps up and cooks in front of the diners.
Extremely popular with locals, this place is almost always full, so it is well worth booking a table in advance. The restaurant is timelessly furnished and divided into a smoking and non-smoking section. The menu features Franconian specialities such as lamb cutlets with fresh mushrooms as well as a selection of vegetarian dishes like vegetable lasagne. The chilli con carne and camembert with cranberries are highly recommended. A beer garden with seating for 100 is open during the summer.
This 30-year-old fish restaurant is an institution in Nuremberg. The menu will take you a good while to plough through, with an enormous choice of oysters, prawns, trout, salmon and of course carp - the Franconian favorite. Carnivores are well catered for with a selection of tasty meat options like schnitzel. The Franconian fish platter with trout, carp and perch in chive and horseradish sauce is highly recommended. Everything is freshly prepared, meaning that orders can take quite a long time to arrive. Impatient customers can, however, order from the online menu in advance.
This wonderful restaurant is situated within 500 meters from the Central Train Station, near the Plarrer and opposite the famous Frauentorgraben mile. Please don't be put off by the thick curtains that adorn this eateries windows. Behind them you will experience the true oriental hospitality. Taste buds can experience the sweet and the devilishly hot Indian cuisine. The European palate may not be used for some of the tastes and those who know Indian cuisine can also look forward to a few surprises. All of the dishes, whether they are fish, meat or vegetable based, are freshly cooked. At Tadsch Mahal the menu has a good vegetarian selection. Fine wines, beers and other sorts of alcohol will soon quench your thirst and compliment your meal. Rice served with lamb, chicken, prawns, eggs and nuts will enchant you on the spot. For vegetarians, the bean dishes, which originate from North India, are highly recommended. Special orders can be placed.
Located inside the Hotel Pyramid, Restaurant Setos offers a range of market-fresh meals to suit many a palate. The menu focuses on both regional and international specialties, from succulent steaks to exotic salads. Sample a range of dishes during the colorful Sunday brunch, or browse the lunch buffet to pick and choose your favorite plates -- and do not forget the expansive drink menu. While you dine, you can enjoy a spectacular view from inside the restaurant, or lounge in the garden terrace during fine weather. The restaurant is also available for both private and public functions such as weddings, receptions, social galas, conferences, and much more.
Although you can find Starclubs throughout Germany, none of them are as special as the one in Nuremberg. The team that launched Starclub here went on two open legendary venues such as 'Das Boot', a legend in its own right. The Starclub was originally meant to provide space for aspiring bands but soon, it turned into a meeting place for youths. There is always a good range of live-music on offer here and the cellar premises in the Maxtorgraben are dimly-lit and cosy. Choose between 11 different bottled beers and a range of drafts. Hot meals are served until midnight.