Fine Franconian wines, the famous Franconian "Schäufele" pork shoulder, regional products like carp, Nuremberg bratwurst und specialties from the grill make the Herrenkeller one of the favorite addresses for both local regulars and visitors to the city of Nuremberg.

One reason is no doubt that the menu at the Herrenkeller successfully combines Franconian-tradition with new German cuisine. On the menu, one finds traditional Franconian specialties side-by-side with modern culinary trends.

The restaurant's "dinner for two" has become an insider tip for those wanting to spend a romantic evening together. A four-course menu for two is not just a treat for the palate, but also the soul.

A special highlight is a historical winetasting with Hans Sachs. The cobbler-poet accompanies his guests through the evening. They learn interesting facts about the historical wine tavern, Franconian wine making and the role of wine in Nuremberg's past. And the "Meister" naturally shares insight into his life and work. 

Let yourself be spoilt by us - whether with Franconian-tradition or new German cuisine, everything is prepared fresh and served hot and with a smile.