Hutt’n has relocated in 2012 from the previous location (which is now called Nurnberger Alm, where the manager Gerhardt remained). The new Hutt’n is more common (less special) than before, in a typical brown-bar multi-roomed building. The draft and bottle list is varied, but lacks the quality selections as before (you’d probably not get an oxidized, old Dunkler Bock bottle at Hutt’n before this), and the menu is frustrating to navigate (use of multiple font sizes, bold/underlined/italic fonts and varied left/center/right justification - it looks like a 5 year old designed it). So, goodbye to the legendary Hutt’n of Nuremberg, but hello to Restaurant Alm, located down the street at Hutt’n former location.
I had a varied experience due to painfully slow service - sitting outside can result in this at times. A few beers on tap and more in bottle, not a bad Franconian selection but I can’t say there was anything overly special available. The waitress was friendly when I did manage to get her attention. Food looked basic fare. I’d visit again as there’s not many options in town.
Fin (992) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | June 10, 2012
Nice little pub that we (me & Loz) visited on Tuesday 5th June 2012, we sat outside as this was one of those rare occasions on this holiday when the sun was shining. We did venture in, to briefly check out the interior and nip to the toilet and it looked really nice inside in fact appearing much older than the exterior would suggest. I had a Fischer Rauchbier, Loz had a Weiss forgot the name but it was very good. Service was good, place was nice, beer choice excellent. As another poster has already commented on, it would appear that this place has recently moved, but only a relatively short distance.
Be aware! Hüttn has moved to Bergstrasse 20. But relax, it is nearby the old location. I think they have overtaken the premises of the former "Zum Sudhaus" Nice wooden interior inside and a rather large sitting area outside. I guess Hüttn needed more space. Altstadthof is located right across the street. Friendly and helpful staff and a good range of Franconian beers. Tasty food too. Smokey George was a special experience, but I liked it! A pub I will gladly return to. (Visited April 30th 2012)
Jumping place, crowded, loud and lively. My waiter spoke good English and was very friendly though probably didn’t know much about beer. The beer selection was actually rather disappointing. I had 3 and 2 weren’t very good. Nothing like Alm.
Still a good beer venue but list now getting a bit drab. Plus full of non beer aficionados, in fact someone ordered a water! He should have gone to one of the thousands of Tucher pubs! Good luck to this venture who are clearly aiming at the masses now rather than us, fair play as there will be more money there! I am delighted all my above negatives can be turned into positives now their old site has reopened with a top former manager doing what he is best at.
NIce bier place on top of the hill, close to Nuremberg castle and just before Altstadthof. Long terrace, wich can be very enjoyable, and really beautiful interior. Pretty nice beers. Didn´t try the food, but it looked quite nice.
In my opinion an overrated place .. I mean it’s a good place in the city centre close to the castle with nice interior two good beers on tap and a decent selection of bottles but I visited better places in Bavaria and even in nunberg ... We enjoyed our visit and the food is more than good and if you’re in town go there without hesitation ...
The bartender was cool (I never did ask him the story behind the baseball bat), the female wait staff was cool, but for some reason the male waiter wouldn’t serve me outside despite concurrently taking orders for seven Poles. They do have some house stuff for ticks, but the reputation is a little beyond me – just a bar, a normal bar. Say it with me: just a bar.