For old-world elegance with a side of classic continental European fare, look no further than Brasserie 1806. Brasserie 1806 is situated in the charming Breidenbacher Hof hotel and offers a charming view over Düsseldorf’s Altstadt (old city). Designed in a Louis-XVI style, this brasserie features all the trappings of old-school luxury, from ornate chandeliers to marble pillars to plush furnishings—though the menu is anything but staid. Chef Philipp Ferber and his team create regional and French specialties from trout tartar and monkfish ceviche. Be sure to try a regional delicacy, Rheinischer Sauerbraten, a roast which is marinated in red wine and vinegar for several days, then slowly braised. Brasserie 1806 offers a decadent dining experience through and through, including an extensive wine list paired with impeccable service.
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