Fodor's Expert Review Sixenbrau Stuble

$$ Nordlingen Dinner

This building is one of the oldest in Nördlingen, which is saying something for a city known for its medieval buildings. It opened in 1545 as a brewery and has been a restaurant since the early 1900s, serving in between as a guest house and museum. As you would expect in such a historic location, the menu is traditional, focusing on both Bavarian specialties such as Sauerbraten and Swabian dishes such as Maultaschen (meat-filled raviolis) and the schnitzels claimed by both. Main dishes include two sides, including house-made Spätzle (noodle dumplings), red cabbage or sauerkraut. There's also a children's menu.

Dinner Family German Historical Lively Lunch $$

Quick Facts

Bergerstr 17
Nördlingen, Bavaria  86720, Germany

- 09081 - 3101

www.sixenbraeustueble.de

Known For:
  • Locally made fruit brandies (schnapps)
  • Apple fritters with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream
  • Bavarian leberkäse (meatloaf) with a fried egg
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Mon. No lunch weekends

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