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Best restaurants in Dusseldorf

Enjoy the city's top captivating venues to dine and drink

Being inspired into awe can arrive in you through a variety different things in life. Some of the most common things that amaze are beautiful views, love, and of course, exceptionally exquisite cusine. Coincidentally, these restraurants include all three in their fantastic views. Let yourself be amazed. 

Restaurant Artiste

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As far as the luxurious Steigenberger Parkhotel is concerned, you can bank on supreme quality. Of course, this also applies to its fine-dining venue, Restaurant Artiste. The menu is rich in excellent dishes and choice wines, and the service is utterly flawless - this has all the hallmarks of a perfect evening that won’t be forgotten. Bathed in light, the restaurant’s elegant winter garden offers a view to the Hofgarten city park. Especially in sub-zero temperatures, you will be suffused by a feeling of serenity and well-being.

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Nikko Benkay Teppanyaki-leer-p.-114Benkay

Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf’s sparkling new annexe houses superior rooms and exlcusive suites. Authentic Japanese cuisine is served at the in-house Benkay Restaurant where sushi master Hisato Mochizuki prepares skillfully-wrought shushi rolls and sashimi at the Fish Corner. Or why not enjoy a teppanyaki meal of seafood, beef and vegetables grilled before your eyes directly at your table? For added privacy, traditional Japanese private rooms, outfitted with tatami mats, can be reserved with a personal waiter.

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Lobby Lounge

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This is the centerpiece of the refined luxury hotel and a popular meeting point with live piano music and wonderful delicacies. We recommend the English Afternoon Tea!

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Brasserie 1806

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Chef du cuisine Michael Reinhardt vouches with his name for the very highest quality of the concoctions that leave the kitchen of Brasserie 1806. Fresh and predominantly regional products are the foundation of his down-to-earth - and definitely delicious - German and French specialities such as juicy steaks, fresh seafood or the Plat du Jour. Absolutely noteworthy is the restaurant’s dramatic glass-walled walk-in wine library which stocks a vast selection of fine continental and overseas wines.

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1 Restaurant Artiste
2 Benkay Restaurant
3 Lobby Lounge
4 Brasserie 1806