Going Out in Düsseldorf

Spoilt for choice of restaurants, bistros and entertainment

Written by Garry and last edited by Garry on

 
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Going out in Dusseldorf is fun and the so-called Rhenish lust for living infectious. One hub of entertainment is the old town (Altstadt) with door after door providing visitors with apparently the longest bar in the world.

The variety of excellent restaurants and bistros in Düsseldorf is one of a kind. Whether going out to traditional, local or international places such as French, German, Italian or Belgian, the the variety of style, quality and budget is extraordinary. Trying Asian food is a must in the city with Japanese restaurants and sushi bars high on the list. Chinese, Korean and Thai can also be found in abundance.

Cosy cafés, great clubs and even the odd traditional beer garden can be enjoyed too. A broad selection of unusual fast food places entice with culinary offerings to suit all tastes, budgets and speeds.

Bistros in Düsseldorf

Dusseldorf has some fine, unique bistros to grab a tasty latte, cappuccino or a decent light meal with a refreshing wine or beer. Take time out to relax, recover from the buzzing street life, watch passers by and interact.

Restaurants in Dusseldorf

Eating out, wining and dining or partaking of a quick lunch in Düsseldorf can be a delight. Several great restaurants specialise in offering a variety of menus and the range of cuisines from Japanese, Lebanese, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian to international is surprising.

Sushi Bars & Asian in Düsseldorf

Many excellent sushi bars are scattered across the streets in Düsseldorf, a few of which revealing a tradition that reaches back well over thirty years. Asian food is also available, with some establishments offering relatively authentic tastes from China, Vietnam and Thailand.

 

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