Good sauerbraten, a Saxon specialty. Drank a good Weissbier as well. Fun, if corny, medieval-themed cellar. Good service.
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Great atmosphere, nice ambience, medieval cellar decor, excellent food. Best streudel I have ever tasted. Beautiful waitresses.
Last time I was there I had suckling pig to eat and the local wine specialty "Goldriesling " to drink. Both were excellent. And while my friend and I were enjoying our meal and the very pleasant and attentive service, August der Starke, king of...More
Wonderful atmosphere ,Original decoration , great traditional food ,although the portions aren't large ,cheerful service ,different entertainers every night .We watched as they prepared the spit roast pork at the end of the evening for the next day .Cooked very slowly
We sat inside and the décor was innovative and rather playful. We loved it, especially my kids. We had an exceptional meal here. The food was delicious in portions of a good size. The staff was friendly and attentive and the prices reasonable.
It is a nice dinning experience in a cellar. Known for its saxony food. Nice interiors and some music. For vegetarian limited options. 3 items in main course and may be 2 in desserts (Eggless). Others can try good variety. Recommended to visit along with...More
We went last year with some German friends and returned this year - on both occasions the staff were friendly and helpful, the atmosphere busy but relaxed. The food is good traditional fayre :-) . Whenever I am in Dresden one night here is a...More
Situated in the cellar of Taschenbergpalais, Sophienkeller offers typical Saxon food in baroque settings. The food is traditional and rich in a guilty way.
Great German experience, big and noisy with quirky decor. Lots of menu choices - pork and duck main features. Good gluten free choices when asked. Servers in traditional costumes and very cheeky. A really fun night out.
To avoid, typical tourist trap,noisy,slow and poor service,asparagus soup certainly from powder, pork chops very,very fat, the white asparagus of poor quality, hard, wooden,sauce very,very bad.for me it was a total dispappointment that Kempinski should have under its roof such a restaurant, while we had...More