Visited in July 2015. Arrived for lunch, but there was not much available, ate some traditional Lübeck plate, fairly good. 4 beers on tap, Zolln dunkel was ok, but I had expected more. Small and dark place, really enjoyed the interior. Old wood.
Located in one of the main streets of the Old Town in Lübeck, the place is something between a kneipe and a brewpub. The interior is rather dark and small and is filled with old-fashioned, worn out furniture. There is a biergarten outside but i haven’t tried it, perhaps next time. The staff are friendly but rather slow to serve. The selection is ok for a kneipe and consists of four taps, one of which is for the place’s own beer (which, however, is assumedly brewed somewhere else). the food is ok, just like in an average German brewpub. Not expensive and cozy. Might visit again.
Very cosy small bar/reastaurent in Lubeck center. 5 taps and 6 not interesting bottes, but they do have their own beer "Zolln Dunkel". Very dark place. Had a "frikadelle" and it was more like a "karbonade" it was quite good for the price.
Visited on a Thursday night in 2009.
Quite a British pub feel to this place.
We sat in the upstairs room and bagged one of the last tables, the place was fairly busy. 3 or 4 different beers available on tap.
Service was very good.
We popped back in the next day around 1100 for a bowl of Goulash Zuppe and a beer before our flight home.
Decent venue with a good vibe.
Untypical (for this part of Germany) cozy and oldfashioned pub on the southern edge of the Altstadt; also untypical (for this part of Germany, again) broad selection of relatively rare interesting beers. Surely the best place in town for beer-geeks!
Possibly the most atmospheric tavern in Lubeck, with a front bar, upstairs room, small below-stairs snug and smokers’ kabinett, for those who like to dine bathed in cigarette smoke. Not a bad beer choice for northern Germany with a krausenbier and an Einbeck bock. Try the home-made Sauerfleisch, potted pork slices in a spiced sour jelly.