Do you and your colleagues fancy an authentic Roman night out? How about getting dressed up in a comfortable Toga and forgetting the hassles of your ... More
Do you and your colleagues fancy an authentic Roman night out? How about getting dressed up in a comfortable Toga and forgetting the hassles of your working day? This is not a problem at Hillu Burri-Bayer's museum-restaurant in Kaarst, only a few minutes out of Düsseldorf by car. It is best suited to work parties (ten or more people), however, even lone guests are spoilt in this Roman tavern, with its elaborately prepared ancient delicacies. How 'bout some Pullus (chicken) Numidicus for DM 20.50/ EUR 10.20)? Or a portion of Angus (Lamb, er...naturally)? Or perhaps a Tarpeianus cum Quadra (with Turkish bread) is more your cup of tea?Either way anything here tastes good, as does the Mulsum herbed wine (DM 6.80/EUR 3.40) presented in a cooled mug. Another advantage is that due to the abundance of interesting Roman artefacts in the glass cabinets, the wait for your meal to hit the table is over in a flash.
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