If you are getting a tad full of German food and Bratwursts – there are lots of great restaurants in Dortmund that can satisfy any craving.
As well as being one of the best restaurants in the city – Nhy Star is one of the friendliest to your wallet! Whilst we are not talking Vietnamese prices, they are still really reasonable, and with some of the most flavourful food in the city – you can’t go wrong!
Staying with the Asian theme – Namu, has some incredible Korean food. Popular with all comers to the city – this place has some incredible service to go with their tasty food – the Bibimbap is a speciality here!
Food Brothers is one of the most popular burger places in the city – and frankly it’s easy to see why. With a simple menu – packed full of fan favourites, be sure to get there before the lunch or dinner rush to get yourself a table.
If you like Asian food, there is Mongo’s only 800 meters away from the stadium with good dishes and friendly staff. Usually very crowded. The ‘T&Bone Steakhouse’ offers great food and has been renovated recently. Only 700 meters from the stadium. For the ultimate Dortmund experience try to get a table at the ‘Pfefferkorn‘, one of the best places in town. Traditional dishes, great atmosphere. However, it lies 2.3km from the stadium.
The area around the stadium is somewhat sparsely populated, but when there is a game on, thousands of sausage stands, kebab vans and fast food outlets arrive to keep you sated. Watch out for the black-and-yellow food truck by the north stand, which serves stadium classics from a matchday only, dedicated stand.
If you are looking for a sitdown meal, then the Westfalenhallen is the place to go Get off the U-Bahn one stop early and try Restaurant De Luca, Pizzeria Regina or La Trattoria for Italian food or Zum Trommler on Wittekindstraße for authentic German recipes.
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