In a real sausage restaurant the Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages are always served to guests in the following manner: The golden rules are:
The original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages must be grilled on a barbecue. We exclusively use original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages, either which we have made ourselves or which come from another Nuremberg butcher or manufacturer.
A pewter plate or a pewter hart-shaped plate is traditionally used for serving Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages. The classical accompanying dishes include: Sauerkraut, potato salad, horseradish & pastries.
The original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages must be served in the unique traditional quantities, i.e.: 6, 8, 10 or 12 sausages. The same quantities are served in the “Saure Zipfel” dish. Other traditional portions include “Three im Weckla,” two raw sausages in the “G’häck-Weckla” or G’häck-Brot” and “One on the fork.”
The Bratwurst Röslein - the biggest sausage restaurant in the world - is located in the heart of the Old Town of Nuremberg, directly on the world-famous Christkindlesmarkt. The four different rooms, which all have a cosy atmosphere, can cater for a total of up to 600 guests. There are 250 seats in the beer garden.
Since 1313 the original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages have been grilled on beech wood fired barbecue grills in the shadow of St. Sebald’s church. In keeping with the historical tradition, the Bratwursthäusle has its own butchers on the premises and makes its own Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages fresh every day.
The Nuremberg Handwerkerhof is situated right next to the Königstor opposite Nuremberg's main railway station. In the middle of this is the Bratwurst-Glöcklein restaurant which is housed in a wonderfully beautiful half-timbered house. The name of the restaurant goes back to the 14th. century.
The Golden Star is the oldest sausage restaurant in the world and it is situated just 200 metres from the White Tower. It is right next to numerous attractions, including the National Germanic Museum and the Way of human Rights. Anyone who has never been here, has never been to Nuremberg!