Discover Weimar's culinary side: in one of the restaurants listed here or take advantage of the culinary experiences that can be booked here - with or without entertainment. If you want to try to create the dishes for yourself, you will also find recipes here.
Cuisine created with passion
We are visiting the kitchens of the Anno 1900, the Sächsischer Hof and the Restaurant Gretchen - there is something for every taste.
You have got to try Thuringia’s national dishes: Kloesse-potato dumplings, bratwurst sausage, and onion cake. Useful information, tips, and recipes.
Made in Weimar
Wine, beer, gin and an ice-creme too - all of them are made in Weimar. Taste them and take them with you.
Culinary souvenirs from the weimar shop
Coffee set by Henry van de Velde
Limited edition of the Burgau porcelain. Henry van de Velde designed this coffee set for Burgau in 1914 on behalf of the manufactory owner Ferdinand Selle. Due to the death of the company founder and the beginning of World War I, it was finally not produced in series.
Colourful Bauhaus Tea Blend
As successor to Henry van de Velde, Walter Gropius took over the Grand-Ducal Saxon Art School in Weimar and gave it the new name Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar.