Eat and Drink in Dusseldorf
Here is great diversity in the traditional food. It is mostly simple fare made from inexpensive ingredients, but the Düsseldörfer cling to their traditions and Altbier. Düsseldorf’s charm can also be experienced through the Rhine metropolis’s culinary diversity: creative, hearty and eclectic, Düsseldorf has been attracting food lovers from all over the world for many years. It’s a place where deeply traditional, homely, down-to-earth food comes together with haute cuisine, fusion food and – thanks to Europe’s third largest Japanese community – authentic Asian cooking. It's also home to the "longest bar in the world" - a string of over 260 bars, lounges, and nightclubs in the Altstadt. Düsseldorf welcomes visitors with a hospitable flair and a lot to offer.
For 175 years the name SCHUMACHER has stood for the best Altbier and traditional hospitality. Whether home or brewery, guests will not only come to SCHUMACHER because of the excellent beer. Here, guests can meet friends in a friendly atmosphere and enjoy delicious food with a fresh glass SCHUMACHER ALT. SCHUMACHER serve typical Brauhauskost, Rhenish specialties or Düsseldorf muesters. And with a delicious SCHUMACHER ALT taste "Halwe Hahn", "Flönz" and "Brauhaus" meatball twice as good!
The restaurant Brauerei zur Schiffchen is the oldest restaurant in Düsseldorf. It is described by the Duesseldorf guests and the guests of the city as the typical, original Düsseldorf restaurant. Located in the heart of the old town, the "Brauerei Zum Schiffchen" restaurant is the oldest restaurant in Düsseldorf and is known as the typical, original Düsseldorf restaurant.
LAURA'S DELI IS A CLEAN EATING, SUPER TASTY, FOOD SERVING SPOT IN DÜSSELDORF'S OLD TOWN. THEY OFFER SEXY SALADS, SUPER FOODS, POWER SMOOTHIES AND MORE. LAURA'S DELI is aimed at the young, urban target group, which is moving away from nutrient-poor fast food and low-cost production methods, towards enjoyment, quality and a balanced, healthy diet.