Every day except Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm.
Closed on public holidays. In December also open on Sundays.
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 smell of the grilled sausages draws visitors to the restaurant from afar. Right in the middle of the Bratwursthäusle the little Wörschdla are grilled by hand on an open beech wood fire from early in the morning until late at night. There is no gas or charcoal fire, but beech wood logs which have been matured for at least three years give the sausages a little extra. In the same way that Albrecht Dürer was served them, guests are presented with the small Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages on a pewter plate.
In fine weather the two terraces with views of Sebald’s church, the City Hall and the main market invite you to linger.