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Nassauer Haus, Nuremberg
(4.1/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • That where people used to live. That's what their houses looked like. One of the last original buildings. Interesting for tourists and locals alike. 
  • This place meet monuments, Church, square, shops, Königstraße is a major artery of the city. The House occupies the corner and is impressive. It is a mix of House and medieval tower.
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  • The nassauer haus is one of the few downtown buildings remained intact during World War II. Going downtown is impossible not to see him, one of the most beautiful buildings in the historic centre of Nuremberg.
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  • Dinner here has become an annual tradition for us when we visit Nuremberg each February/March for Embedded World. I recommend the venison, the fish, and the escargot.
  • Leopoldberg tower built in the 12th century red sandstone of Castle in the Romanesque style with Gothic tags from the first third of the 15th century, four corner towers, battlements and coat of arms of fries. The featured Nassau House once served as the town seat of Ministeriales and is the only remaining Tower of gender in Nuremberg. The Gothic church built as the southern counterpart of the Sebalduskirche from about 1250 until 1477 St. Lorenz with a two-towered Western facade and a late-Gothic Hall choir stands opposite him.
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  • under the premise that an "upscale" and therefore quite expensive restaurant is I expect also good eat, what but unfortunately there was not. portions small for it but taste absolutely average. the garlic baguettes would I place also can eat the pizza from the freezer, garlic butter on it... off you go, only considerably cheaper. the rest was more flavorful, unfortunately, on the same level. service was ok, have waited forever for drinks, but the few servicekräfte were also abundant in the stress. visually, it was super, locally, there is nothing to complain about. my escort called the local "Tourist trap", I'd like to add anything which ;)
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  • Nassau House. Lorenzo Church and nobility in the middle ages in front of the mansion. Among the first buildings of the old town of Nuremberg.
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  • The visit to the Nassauer cellar should be a nice financial statements for a friend round. The telefonschen book promised a Christmas card, which unfortunately did not exist in the evening. Well, whether it's busy, we were told that this can happen even in the Vorweihnachtszeit.Das actual menu was short, which was exciting for us, because then the kitchen usually what she does and it tastes well knows. It was significantly shorter than menus that can be found on the Internet. The first drinks came quickly, the orders for it have been recorded eating and we chatted in the beautiful surroundings, because the cellar itself is a great Ort.Zu 10th we had ordered 5 dishes from the menu, of which two were good, one right and the other two are bad to very bad. The potatoes came out of the Pack and were drowned in the fat, the salmon was dry and frozen before processing - also the amount when the price was absolutely inappropriate. The steak was medium/rare - the operation had not even asked how it should be prepared. The duck and the Saeed were good. The Saeed was slightly dry, but still good. Because there is no way to evaluate the food between bad and good, I chose badly, because the prices hope something else. Why the bad review service? Once the food was brought, we were put off "short" — the next drinks can be ordered. We were simply forgotten. Only after all of the food was done, the operation came to our table for the next time. No question of drinks. We had to order dessert but. On dessert, no one had more desire and we wanted to pay. After we confirmed that we would pay separately, we heard a "Oh you shit" operation. We should wait a moment, because it could take a bit, the store was full. Ultimately we could go with the instruction to the cashier and pay there, thus you saved the printing of receipts and account together at the table. Our disappointment grew. A wine list is unfortunately not there or it was not offered to us. Ultimately, I found an interesting place with business operation, with a kitchen that measured by the prices, which are to be paid for this was mediocre and rather poorly - and can not recommend the Nassauer cellar. He probably won't get a second chance.
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