Right opposite the Nickolai Kirche (Church), this pretend old pub was built in 1987, the original (1571) stood miles away and I believe was bombed during WW11.
We entered and the very small bar is straight in front of you. To the left is the main seating and largest room. We however turned right and a little ’Stammtich’ which had been hidden from view was sat in a small alcove. The Stammtich (Locals Table) was empty and we asked if we, as visitors could use it (as you always should). We were honoured to be told we could.
I had a very nice Berliner Kindl Bock, the rest had Pilsners, all good and obviously in the correct glasses. The staff were pleasant and attentive, other customers were all German and most likely tourists like ourselves. Otherwise the Stammtich wouldn’t have been devoid of life.
I have read that the new Zum Nussbaum (Hazlenut Tree) is a faithful replica of the original, it maybe but the toilets are modern and so is the outside. The inside is all dark wood and the lighting doesn’t try to hard to illuminate the place, adding to the image of this being an old building. All very tastefully done.
Well worth finding and close to a few other good places for a beer or three. Visited three times now and it is cute more than a ‘must see’ place.
Very small and cosey bar. Very friendly and knowingly staff and local users. It seemed like everybody there came for a good beerexperience. Didnt have the food but it looked ok. 3 beers on tap and not many bottle availeble though.