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Flingern - Was perhaps the name of a beautiful bay on the Mediterranean island Majorca the inspiration? Whatever the case may be: The focus here is on Spanish cuisine with its variety of tapas, fish and meat dishes. Also the excellent choice of wines makes a visit worth its while. more
Altstadt - The guest almost feels like they are in the Orient here. The splendid interior with marble, granite and mother-of-pearl inlays and the excellent Lebanese food make the Tales of Thousand and One Nights come to life. more
Stockum - Closer to the Messe (trade fair) is almost impossible: Only a stone's throw away from the East Entrance is Trattoria Mercatino, where you can enjoy good Italian food either in the small restaurant or in summer also on the terrace. Besides the trattoria, there are Salumeria in the Medienhafen (media harbour) and the Catering Service Mercatino. more
Altstadt - More than 30 years ago, the first steakhouse opened up in Berlin. Today there are approximately 60 restaurants in Germany and Austria, four of which are in Düsseldorf. The menu in all restaurants ranges from juicy steak standards of South American beef to lamb and pork steaks to poultry and fish dishes - everything prepared over an open fire. Fresh salads round off the menu. more
Derendorf - Moskito at Brehmplatz always had a good reputation - but after the new opening of Moskito in May 2011, it has become the meeting point for aficionados of German cuisine. Moskito perfectly combines tradition and modernity. For a long time, German cuisine was considered to be old-fashioned and "dusty". Moskito refutes this prejudice in a most tasteful way. Regional dishes are newly interpreted here and there are exceptional creations of German traditional food to be enjoyed. The cuisine follows the seasons and what nature has on offer: Asparagus in spring, mushrooms in summer, roast goose in winter - each German region is reflected in the many different dishes. The bright and beautiful rooms as well as the garden terrace provide the appropriate setting for culinary pleasures. No matter whether a relaxed breakfast, lunch or a romantic dinner in the evening - Moskito is always worth a visit. Wine from German wine-growing areas and selected organic wines round off the culinary experience. But what would a restaurant in Düsseldorf be without "Alt" beer? Here "Alt" from the Schumacher brewery is served. And for those who like a good glass of pilsner, there is "König Pilsner" on tap. more