Foodguide to Düsseldorf – eating in Germanys coolest city

Foodguide to Düsseldorf – eating in Germanys coolest city

Hello and welcome (back)! As you may know I live in the best city in Germany (and no it is not Berlin, Muinch, Hamburg. And definitely not Cologne!!)

Düsseldorf is an amazing destination in Germany for travellers from all over the world. It ranks among the top ten most liveable cities in the world and once you have been there,  you understand this.

There is a lot to see in this favourite city of mine and it has so much to offer that even if you live there for years you won’t get bored. And now I want to talk more about the foodie aspect of these offerings.

In this guide I will tell you more about my favourite restaurants here. It will keep on growing as I will go to some places sooner or later. Just as in my guide to the Cafés in Kuala Lumpur you should stay tuned!

To be the most useful I will list the best restaurants of Düsseldorf within the area they are at.

Unterbilk / Hafen

As it is one of the coolest areas in Düsseldorf, working in Unterbilk is truly amazing. Around the Lorettostraße are tons of fancy restaurants, cute cafés and nice shops.

If you visit Düsseldorf, this is definitely one of the things you really have to see. Especially as you have to visit me there.

K in Unterbilk

One of the places that I just recently discovered is the K in Unterbilk. As I just started to work near to it, it was clear that I had to try it.

We kept it short and simple there with just having a drink and a dinner but it was very delicious and super easy going. The dinner we had was ravioli with a spinach cheese filling with a creamy mushroom sauce in case you were wondering. But while sitting there I also had a glance at a salad with goat cheese which looked as fantastic as our ravioli.

Furthermore I had this wonderful Rose lemonade which is produced in Düsseldorf. Her name is Rosie and she is a vegan and natural girl.

 

Menta

If you are looking for a good pizza that comes with a nice atmosphere in Unterbilk I recommend the Menta. But you have to ask for a place in the backyard. It is a very relaxing place and we like to have our lunch there from time to time. They also offer more than pizza, they serve amazing pasta and salads too!  And they have daily changing specials, so be sure to have a look at their chalk board too!

foodguide to duesseldorf - menta unterbilk

Bob & Mary

This food experience is not that suitable for vegetarians or vegans as they only offer one veggie burger. But let me tell you for omnivores this is a great place.

Bob & Mary is a burger restaurant with an eye for the detail. Their mascots Bob a bear and Mary a bird are everywhere. On the menu, on the walls, on the paper straws and so on. So their interior and decoration is already super appealing.

But if you then get your menu you can be even more overwhelmed. They have a range of some of the most exciting burgers I ever read. Especially as they don’t only serve the classic ham- and cheeseburger but also burgers with a little twist like the Senfrostburger which is my boyfriends favourite!

So basically you can say that Bob & Mary will serve you one of the best burger experiences you can find in Düsseldorf!

For reservations you can find their website here. But it might be hard for you to read it as it is in German.

bob and mary - foodguide to duesseldorf

Carlsplatz / Zentrum

The Carlsplatz is something you definitely shouldn’t miss when visiting Düsseldorf. It is not only a farmers market but also a meeting point for all kind of foodies! It has stalls with food, kitchen supplies & small restaurants. It is one of my favourite places to be in Düsseldorf and has some great places for your breakfast or lunch!

485 Grad

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in Germany and looking for good pizza, do as the Italian residents do.

485 Grad has the best pizza I ever had in a restaurant. There is another pizza I had that was this great but it was one a friend made for me.

I have been there three times now and everytime I go for the Bufalina pizza which you can also see in the picture!

It just has the perfect thin crust and the toppings are on point. I could eat at least 10 of them. Daily. That’s how good it is! Especially when paired with their own apple lemonade.

Furthermore 485 Grad won some awards for being so great especially for their wines. I just drink lemonade because I like the taste better!

You can find their website here. They have four restaurants and two of them are in Düsseldorf. The other location is not as central as the Carlsplatz so I wouldn’t recommend it to you.

485 Grad - foodguide to Duesseldorf

Fladi

One of our favourite food stalls at the Carlsplatz and more suitable for vegetarians or vegans!

You can choose from two different types of bread and they individualise your stuffing.

They have sauces and creams, salads and antipasti and a lot of other tasty options! And in the end you will have the perfect spicy stuffed bread.

Furthermore they also offer all type of culinary highlights like special olive oils, truffle or sea salt. This makes it perfect for souvenirs for your loved ones.

For more detailed information, check them out on the Carlsplatz’ offical website!

 

Food Guide to Düsseldorf - Fladi Carlsplatz
Looks delicious doesn’t it?

Food Guide Düsseldorf - Fladi Carlsplatz

So, this is it for now. As already mentioned, this list will continue to grow, as I get to visit more restaurants one by one. Maybe some restaurants will even open and I get to test them. So no matter what, stay tuned guys!

You are now reading my foodguide to Düsseldorf!



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