Perfect place, delicous food and friendly staff. The prices are reasonable. We highly recommend This place.
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I visited this restaurant twice for a business dinner with customers. The meals are excellent, the wines are great as well. The service is very friendly and helpful.
Conveniently located by St. Thomas Church this is a small restaurant. There was a language problem between us and our waiter, so I'm not sure if that accounts for our disappointment with our meals. My veal cordon blue was OK, a bit dry and not...More
Just opposite the Thomas church, with the classic statue of JS Bach, the position in town couldn't be better. This small bistro type restaurant is adjoined to the very good hotel/apartment hotel "Arcona Living Bach 14" (where also the hotel's great tasting breakfast is served)....More
We visited this restaurant recently and if I could give no stars I would. The background: my partner is an internationally renowned writer who had been invited to Leipzig and I had accompanied him so we decided to take a few days afterwards as it...More
Went here on a business meeting and was impressed with the food quality and selection. Good wine offering, and great location if you have the weather - sit outdoor!
Dinner was a nice steak with backed potato enjoyed a beautiful New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc then a nice German Cabernet Sauvignon lovely staff made me very welcome. We were a large group but they coped well everyone got their food at the same time
Went here after checking in and with the square crowded due to a Monday evening gig. Was offered a choice of table and a very friendly explanation by staff of the extensive menu and wine list. Excellent food and service and knowledgeable staff eg recommending...More
We started here with a light snack our first day and returned for selections from their wine list to cafe sit. Dinner was quite good our last night. I saw the large buttery chanterelles in the see through kitchen area--which did not come with my...More
I remain cynical of the gastronomic abillity of the German people. I know this is a gross generalisation, but surely there must be a restaurant somewhere who has broken out of the pork offering as the main specialisation? Nice wine list, but do not think...More