The Thüringer Hof restaurant dates back to 1454 and is famous because Martin Luther was a frequent restaurant guest.
Food and drink have been served in Leipzig's Thüringer Hof since 1454. As the oldest traditional restaurant in Leipzig, it is a must-see for every visitor, especially because it owes its fame to Martin Luther, a regular restaurant guest during his lifetime.
The restaurant is the perfect place for all kinds of festivities, with the historic Luther Hall (200 seats) and the glass-roofed inner courtyard (40 seats), suitable for both young and older guests. The Saxon-Thuringian kitchen serves countless delicacies ranging from Thuringian bratwurst to sauerbraten.
Monthly changing specialities, a varied menu for bus tour groups, as well as delicious travel group menus, round off the extensive selection and make the Thüringer Hof special.
Seats: 240 indoor, 40 outdoor