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Where to eat in Lübeck (Luebeck)

Founded in year 1806 by pastry chef Johann Georg Niederegger, the Niederegger marzipan became instantly famous

1. Café Niederegger

A trip to Lübeck without treating yourself with a visit to Café Niederegger in their spectacular building comprising the whole Niederegger marzipan world, would be a great loss. Founded in year 1806 by pastry chef Johann Georg Niederegger, the Niederegger marzipan became instantly famous and known throughout the entire world. Ever since, the Niederegger brand has developed into what is now a symbol for Lübeck. Naturally, you’ll find that marzipan is the main ingredient in most of their cakes and food, you can even order a special marzipan breakfast version. It is one of the best and most beautiful cafés in Germany and is equally known for its outstanding service. Spoil yourself with a visit for a delicious marzipan-inspired breakfast, lunch or a coffee break by trying one of their marzipan cakes and enjoy the unique atmosphere in the café.





This is more than just a restaurant - this is dining inside the walls of history

2. Schiffergesellschaft

Considering, that Lübeck is an old and historic city, you’ll naturally come across some of the most spectacular buildings flinging you back into a different time once entered. Schiffergesellschaft is one of those restaurants in one such mentioned building – an interior where you’ll get close to the history of the city, experiencing it first-hand. What once used to be the place for seafarers of the Hanseatic city to gather 600 years ago to do business, eat and toast to successful sea voyages, is today a place where all guests are welcomed to enjoy the local, nordic cuisine. This is more than just a restaurant; this is dining inside the walls of history and definitely a restaurant you must add to your where-to-eat-in-Luebeck-list!





Kaffehaus will provide you with high-quality drinks and food

3. Kaffehaus

The first morning in Lübeck we woke up rested and ready to absorb the city’s history and culture, but most of all, we were ready to absorb some breakfast. The first meal of the day is said to be the most important one, and I couldn’t agree more. If you want to start your day in a cosy environment, with a lovingly prepared meal, Kaffehaus is where you are heading to. Located in a beautiful red clinker building in one of those tiny, old streets, Lübeck’s coffee house will provide you with high-quality drinks and food. Their in-house prepared delicacies such as pralines, pastries and the finest tarts are all homemade, but nothing exceeds their passion as much as their own roasted coffee; naturally, only the best ingredients are used.

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