Week in Nuremberg Report
We are recently returned from a week in Nuremberg, accompanying my spouse to a conference there. Had several useful tips from this board, thank you. Our first night we ate at Kettensteg as it was a lovely, warm evening. Two orders of pork shoulder and an order of Nurnberger sausages with a couple of beers. Food was good. The beer garden setting is leafy and relaxing, right next to the river, and the price was reasonable. The place was packed, as it was a Saturday night. Sunday night we went to the pizzeria next to the Eis Cafe and ate outside. The pizza was economical and pretty good; we had one with prosciutto and one with anchovy (yum). Best of all was the gelato for dessert; my 9 y.o fell in love with their tiramisu gelato and I fell in love with the cookies flavor. Monday night was dinner at Bratwurst Roslein, which seemed a bit touristy but the food (pork knuckles with cracklings) was decent and relatively inexpensive. We followed that up with more Eis Cafe gelato and a stroll out to Cinecitta and back. Tuesday was dinner at hotel Lucas on the terrace by the river, a bit chilly but the fleece blankets provided kept us warm, followed by gelato at La Gelateria; good, but not as good as Eis Cafe. Wednesday we visited the Documentation Center/Rally Grounds in the afternoon, so we stopped at Gutmann's beer garden on the way back through the park and ordered sausages, frites and beers from the outdoor kiosk,very inexpensive. A warm evening, so it was very pleasant. Our last night there was the Germany/Italy match and everywhere was packed, but some very nice people let us share their table outdoors at Bahama Bar, where we had a burger, steak and hotdog, all very satisfactory but not breaking any culinary ground, followed by more Eiscafe gelato. Our hotel served such a huge breakfast, we really did not eat much for lunch, but grabbed a couple Drei im Weckla from street stands, which were cheap and good. We had a really great week!