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The oldest building in its location, Ausspanne Gasthaus & Pension is a restaurant and hotel that specializes in fusions of German and international cuisines. Along with its main menu, it also features an illustrated children's menu. Like its eclectic approach to food, Ausspanne Gasthaus & Pension combines rustic and urban tones in its décor.
The restaurant's menu caters to different tastes, from gnocchi with braised spinach leaves paired with pine nuts and ricotta, to tandoori chicken on spring vegetables with lime dip. During the summer months, guests are encouraged to dine on Ausspanne Gasthaus & Pension's terrace.More
Restaurant Wjelbik (meaning "pantry") is located in a 600-year old building in Bautzen. It's owned by the Mahling family, with their daughter Monika in charge of the restaurant and her husband Thomas Lukas operating as head chef. On the Wjelbik menu you'll find traditional Saxon and Lusatian dishes, such as Sorbian Wedding Soup, Lausitzer trout fillet and Caramelized rhubarb compote. Try a locally brewed beer or a fine wine to make your meal even sweeter.
If you're staying in town for the night, you can rest in the Hotel Dom-Eck, a Sorbian hotel near the Wjelbik.More
Dine on flavorful new-age European cuisine at Fela. It has a contemporary, yet casual setting with warm lighting. Fela serves dishes made with fresh ingredients. Guests can start their meal with fried rice balls or a lentil apricot soup. Grilled beef tenderloin with a white beans leek puree or fried oysters with a spicy strawberry chutney make for palate-pleasing entrées. Small plates of vegetables, fruits and more, as well as vegan options can be found on the menu.
Fela offers brunch on Sundays and caters events. It has a full bar that serves a variety of drinks, including spirits.More