Visited a couple of times, placed very close to the harbour, easy to park nearby.
Large, cozy brewpub. Traditionel german food and beer. Normally they have the regular beer and one seasonal on tap. It is possible to buy growlers to take away. Friendly staff and cozy atmosphere, got the impression that a lot of locals come around, and off course tourists as well..
chriso (552) London, England | May 26, 2008| Updated September 12, 2015
Passed a very pleasant evening here on the way back from Denmark. Nice waterside location. Although this place has only been here for less than a decade it had a cosy, lived in feel. Early on a bit food dominated but developed a more pubby feel once the diners had thinned out. Service was very friendly and efficient. Beers were solid if unspectacular - 4 available, but I was probably lucky to find 2 seasonals/specials available at the same time. The grillhaxe for two was a mountain of porky delight, no doubt terribly unhealthy. Recommended.
Nice location with a overview of the harbour. 3 taps, 2 regulars and 1 rotating with a winterbock at my visit, wich all where decent. Wellmade classic german pub food. Fast and efficient service, good value for money.
An Ok brewpub, rather average & simple beers & food, but pleasant & cozy! 3 or 4 taps avaliable that changes every month. Friendly service. Had a pork schnitzel & a dunkel. Good experience!
yngwie (383) Kristiansand, Norway | December 12, 2005| Updated October 30, 2006
Quite noisy all the different weekdays (evenings) I have visited, but still a nice place to eat and have a beer. Not the most exciting beers, normally only two available, but they have a seasonal in summer and in Christmas time. Nice German food as well.
Big yet cozy room with a patio and a view over the harbour. The service was busy and not terribly polite. The selection consisted of only the two regulars of which I found the schwarzbier very enjoyable. The food is traditional and solid like so many other places in Germany. Prices were fair.
A modern brewpub with a restaurant that can accommodate more than a hundred guests. At no point is one in doubt that it is a brewpub, as some of the production lines remain clearly visible to the guest. Neat and clean, though perhaps a trifle unbalanced with regard to the furniture. Massive Greman benches contrast somehpw with an English-style bar and the metal casks in which the beer matures. The selection of beers is ve small, counting three in total, but it is definitely worth exploring. The food is good, old decent German/Mitteleuropäisch, and not very expensove for a restaurant overlooking the charming promenade. The staff are friendly but a little busy, even on off-season weekday evenings. A good place to go to when in Flensburg.