Cozi place with good food- the French onion soup - zweiben suppa- was great! Friendly atmosphere, dogs welcome. Great place to warm up!
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We really enjoyed the Capt scemp, it is a very nice seafood mix. We were not as keen on the tiger prawns with herbs on toast as it had way too much chilly (overpowered the rest of the dish) Good wine and great service and...More
Just at the edge of Schnoor, a cute place to sit down and have your dinner. Suitable for vegetarians. French onion soup was nice and also the greek-style salad. My partner had some meaty dish and was also happy with it. Would recomend.
This lovely old restaurant is stuck in a corner at the end of the most typical street in Bremen's Schnoorviertel, and is a wonderful experience. It could be a tourist trap, given its location, but it is not! And one guesses that immediately by seeing...More
Lovely food, nice atmosphere, friendly staff and very reasonable priced. Highly recommend. Can't remember what I ate lol but it was good
Atmospheric, enjoyable, friendly, great food, good service, super location. Plus no Becks in sight (try the house tap special Schnoor Brau a tasty light brown beer). I had the Bremener Fish pan, fried fish and potatoes in a mustard sauce and can highly recommend it....More
Schnoor is a beautiful area at Bremen town, which we felt in love with during our visit. We came across this lovely restaurant and stayed for lunch. I ordered Pappardelle Pasta with Salmon and Broccoli which was very good. My cousin ordered the local dish:...More
Such a quaint location and cosy restaurant. The food was delicious and the service very friendly and prompt even though it seemed like the waitress was by herself on the patio (which was full). Traditional local cuisine that tasted tremendous.
We were lucky enough to catch the last table and could enjoy a perfect salmon pasta accompanied by a german red wine. The story of the building was written down in the menu and it added to the experience, as well as the friendly staff!