Schillergarten Dresden Reviews
good middle-class dishes in a wonderful surrounding May 15, 2008
I may a bit biased, because my brother works there, but I have to say, sitting on the terrace, sipping a tea and looking at the steam paddlers on the river Elbe, is fantastic.
The Schillergarten, named after Friedrich Schiller (a german writer), who visited this restaurant a lot. He even wrote about the beautiful daughter if the owner in one of his works (Gustel of Blasewitz in 'Wallenstein').
It's history reaches back to 1683, when it was an 'electoral pub', so it's one of the oldest restaurants in Dresden.
- terrace (Biergarten)
- own pastry shop
- playground for children
- accessable for handicapped people
- dogs allowed
The menu contains a good selection of german/saxon dishes and the wine card has a lot of regional wines.
I can only say, swing by, even if it's only for a sausage or a coffee.
Part of the Dresden and Saxony - home sweet home travel blog
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