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Culinary Flensburg

Culinary Flensburg

Nordermarkt

Here you can feel the pulse of life! Flensburg’s Nordermarkt gives the firth city an enchanting southern flair in the summer months with its street cafés and restaurants. Enjoy a burger at Peter Pane or snacks and cocktails at Kritz. And the vegetarian and vegan specials at Café Central just opposite are not to be missed. Don’t forget to make a quick detour to the warm and cosy Porticus, opposite St Mary’s Church, where they serve good Flensburger beer and Irish Guinness on tap. Rumhaus Johannsen in the historic Marienstraße welcomes rum enthusiasts with a free sample. If you enjoy spending your evening eating Spanish tapas and drinking delicious wine, then the La Tasca tapas bar is the right place for you!

The Holm and Südermarkt

In Flensburg’s pedestrian zone you can enjoy a wide variety of hearty, regional specialities. The San Marco on Große Straße is Flensburg’s oldest Italian tavern. Mouth-watering steak specialities from a lava stone grill can be found on the menus of Gnomenkeller Porter House on the Holm and Restaurant “1871 – Grill & Buns” at Hotel Alte Post. The Grisou, the Vertigo and the Restaurant Alte Senfmühle await you in one of the most beautiful 17th century courtyards, the Holmhof. The Campus Lounge at Südermarkt isn’t just for students in Flensburg, it’s for anyone who loves snacks and coffee. The outdoor seating is a perfect place to take in the view of the Südermarkt and St Nicholas Church in the summer months. Right next door is Café K, which is steeped in tradition and has the right option to satisfy all appetites. This part of town provides a historic backdrop for your shopping spree and is the perfect place to ring in the evening in comfort far away from the Mile.

Rote Straße

Discover the magic of Flensburg’s most beautiful street, the treasure chest of Flensburg’s historic city centre. Try some home-made tarte flambée at Weinstube im Krusehof, enjoy a magnificent breakfast at Café and Restaurant Roter Hof or treat your taste buds at Suppenlädchen in the Blumenhof courtyard. If the smell of coffee and cake is in the air, you must be at the Alte Kaffeerösterei coffee roasting facility. Viva, Flensburg’s first taparia, is a popular meeting place for fans of Spanish and Mexican cuisine. They offer mouth-watering tapas, Mexican dishes and a broad range of vegetarian options. At the Wein & Rumhaus Braasch, located at the southern end of the city centre, you can put “liquid gold” to your lips. The picturesque Braasch-Hof is a popular meeting place year round for a glass of wine or a wintertime Braasch punch.

Sonwik

Enjoy your meal in the maritime atmosphere of the marina and sit back and enjoy the magnificent view of the Flensburg Firth. Whether its Portuguese and Spanish delicacies at La Vela, Italian antipasti and exquisite fish dishes at Odore del Mare or a piece of freshly baked cake at Café Antonia Bistro, Sonwik’s culinary offerings aren’t just for water sport enthusiasts.