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Restaurants in Düsseldorf

Restaurants in Düsseldorf are very varied and reveal terrific quality. Eating out, wining and dining or partaking of a quick lunch in Düsseldorf can be a delight. Some great restaurants offer menus, while the range of cuisines to be found in this small, cosmopolitan city is surprising.

Japanese food is especially fresh due to thousands of folk from Japan living in Europe’s second largest community. Lebanese, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Korean, international and, at times, experimental kitchens are also on offer.


Possibly the tastiest burgers in Düsseldorf are served at Bob & Mary, accompanied by delicious dressings and fresh salads. Their original location is in the harbour area, others have followed.

Apparently the proprietors investigated far and wide and at length before they opened their first restaurant. It seems the blend of freshest minced beef, brioche and seasoning is the key.

Hammer Strasse 26
40219 Düsseldorf
+49 211 994 553 55


Clube Português is conveniently situated around the corner from an infamous street that was the centre of attention in the 1980s. It has transitioned from squatters and protesters trying to save the properties from destruction to the largest collection of funky street art in Düsseldorf. Complete your visit at a friendly tasca that offers authentic cuisine and style of Portugal. Fish ranks high on their expansive menu, while the lunch specials are very popular with regulars.

Erkrather Strasse 197
40233 Düsseldorf
+49 211 770 5077


Pegasos is a joy to experience. This friendly, inviting Greek restaurant in Düsseldorf has been serving great food for four decades in a setting that brings together countless regulars, curious first-timers and spontaneous diners, all seeking a relaxed meal.

Fish is high on the menu as are traditional oven bakes. All time favourites are their delicious, fresh mixed starters, straight from the kitchen in the hands of enthusiastic staff.

Kirchfeldstrasse 50
40217 Düsseldorf
+49 211 385 8271


Most diners head to a restaurant full of enthusiasm for a tasty meal. Scanning the menu, some fail to discover a meal they desire. Rosie’s offers a perfect remedy in the centre of Düsseldorf.

A dedicated team serves an expansive selection of dishes in an attractive restaurant. Separate lunch and dinner menus include soups and salads, burgers, flammkuchen, schnitzel and steaks, curry, scallops, pastas, sandwiches and tasty deserts. Vegan is also available.

Adersstrasse 21
40215 Düsseldorf
+49 211 876 6666


Dine in the ambience and hospitality of the Orient at the Libanon restaurant in the old town of Düsseldorf. The entire furnishings were shipped from Lebanon in the early 1990s.

Enjoy authentic Lebanese culinary delights where all dishes are prepared according to original Lebanese recipes using fresh and healthy ingredients. Although much chicken, beef and lamb can be found, their traditional cuisine includes vegetarian and vegan options.

Berger Strasse 19-21
40213 Düsseldorf
+49 211 134 917


The Malkasten is a unique property in Düsseldorf and home to an artists association that dates back to 1848. One building reveals a traditional original, the other reflects the style of the 1950s.

Located on the premises, Lido Malkasten offers delicious dining in a delightful far more modern ambience. Choose from a wide variety of inspiring light dishes, stuffed aubergine or squid, as well as a great choice of fish and meat creations. Their win selection includes German reds.

Jacobistrasse 6
40211 Düsseldorf
+49 211 355 893 84

Public Transport

The public transport system in Düsseldorf is safe and normally efficient. A dense network of trams, Strassenbahn, above and below ground as well as buses serve the city and its suburbs. Links via the S-Bahn train system reach further outlying areas and some neighbouring communities.