From medieval Saxon feasts to the best in international cuisine, you’ll have no trouble finding a restaurant in Dresden to suit your tastes, as well as your wallet.
A wide selection of eateries can be found in the area around Theatreplatz, with many more restaurants, cafés and bistros scattered across the city.
Theatreplatz 1A-B, Dresden, Germany
Located opposite the Opera House, this restaurant was opened in 2001. It serves a traditional continental menu featuring dishes such as goat’s cheese, sea bass, roasted rabbit and more. There’s a selection of desserts available too.
Open daily 10am-1am.
Munzgasse 8, Dresden, Germany
This restaurant and bar serves Australian-influenced cuisine including veal, lamb and roebuck steak dishes. It also offers 300 different kinds of cocktails and a range of beers on tap.
Open daily 11am-2am.
Taschenberg 3, Dresden, Germany
Inside this restaurant, you’ll find 4 different areas serving hearty meals inspired by medieval feasts of old. As a result of this, the menu is filled with things like spit-roasted suckling pig and venison goulash. Lots of other traditional local dishes are also on offer. Service staff here don 18th century costumes, continuing the medieval theme. A set menu is available.
Open daily 11am-1am.
Theatreplatz 2, Dresden, Germany
This building dates back to 1911 and is home to four different restaurants and a café. The restaurants serve everything from Saxon specialities to Italian favourites, while the café offers a wide selection of coffees and pastries.
Open daily 10am-12am.