Quality Hotel Bavaria
Nuernberger Strasse 54
Phone: (49) 911 774941
Fax: (49) 911 748015
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.
Located in Fürth, Barhaus Dillinger offers a variety of events, such as club nights and concerts. Its menu is wonderfully varied, serving dishes like bruschetta, pizza, turkey burgers and pasta; its bar menu is equally extensive, serving more than 500 spirits from around the world.
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.
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.
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.
La Vineria is a strong advocate of the Slow Food revolution which encourages patrons to savor the food at leisure. Delicious authentic Italian food can be paired with a range of wines at this restaurant. A wine connoisseur's heaven,the restaurant offers an extensive list of over 250 wines that come from various parts of Germany, Austria and even Italy.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, away from the Old Town, that's where you'll find this restaurant. The Gasthaus Rottner is situated in Grossreuth near Schweinau in the middle of a lovely beer garden and if you like, you can even stay the night. It doubles up as a guesthouse. You'll have a bit of a struggle with the menu though, what will you choose! What about the fish with herb mousse, wild boar with cabbage? You'll be hard pushed to decide! The desserts are just as delicious and the Carthusian dumplings in red wine sauce are a well-established favorite. The Rottner is definitely a good place to visit, if you want to explore the surrounding areas in more detail.
If you are in the mood for a hearty steak and fine wine, head over to Weinstockwerk. An unconventional concept that combines a steakhouse with a wine bar, the restaurant lets its patrons enjoy classics like dry aged Rib eye steaks and steak tartar with a delicious range of wines. The interiors of this popular joint are warm and plush and the highlight is a wall decorated with all kinds of wine bottles.
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.
Rollercoaster Nürnberg-'s Baggers is a unique restaurant serving food without waiters. Here, food arrives at your table via a roller coaster. The restaurant is quite spacious and has ample of seating spaces with each table attached to a spiraling slide. Patrons should place their order using tablet computers and wait for steel pots of food to slide down. These pots are gripped tightly at the edge of the roller coaster and arrive at your table unharmed. They serve contemporary cuisine in an ultra-modern setting which makes the restaurant stand apart from others. Try it to believe it!
Recent times have seen the Palais Schaumburg become less trendy but still popular. In the 90s it could no longer stay at the forefont of Nuremberg's nightlife because so many bars were opening. Intellectuals and eccentrics still love to come here as do vegetarians who have difficulty choosing between the numerous meatfree dishes each day. You can also try some of the organic wine and country beer that is served up but don't expect to find a table if you come at lunchtime. You should book in advance if you know you are coming and as parking is not an easy task in this neighbourhood. You'd be better off coming by foot, by bike or by bus.
Mama's Liebe zum Essen offers generous proportions of beautiful food that is bound to remind you of home. The restaurant offers a frequently changing menu that uses the freshest of seasonal produce. The dishes served here range from authentic favorites to creative culinary delights that could be enjoyed in a bright trendy ambiance. Also on offer are a range of beverages that can be paired perfectly with their delicious food.