Where to eat and drink in Hanover, Germany
Hanover is the capital and largest city of the German state of Lower Saxony. With over half a million inhabitants it is the thirteenth-largest city in Germany.
The most known sight of the city and an absolute must visit in Hannover is the New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus). Hanover’s resplendent New Town Hall was built at the start of the 20th in a theatrical Historicist style. In the grand marble lobby downstairs are four scale models showing Hanover at different stages in its history (1689, 1939, 1945 and present day). Ascend 98m in the curved elevator and admire the most splendid view of Hannover, Maschsee and the surrounding area from the top of the dome. There are four open-air observation platforms that offer beatiful panoramic views.
Hanover’s lovely marketplace, Marktplatz, is located in the center of the historic Old Town (Altstadt) and is where you’ll find many of the city’s most important buildings. On Marktplatz the Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus) is Hanover’s oldest secular building, first taking shape at the start of the 15th century. Also you will find the 14th-century Marktkirche in the centre of the Altstadt.
The bell´ARTE restaurant is located in the Sprengel Museum just 500 meter away from the HDI-Arena, right on the Maschsee in Hanover.
I got served gluten-free bread as soon as I noticed the staff I couldn’t eat gluten and also the special menu was handed over to me. The restaurants offers multiple gluten-free risotto and pasta dishes, the gluten-free spirelli pasta is specially imported.
I shared the Antipasti misti platter as a starter with friends. It included multiple homemade Italian antipasti, among other things, olives, grilled vegetables, seafood mix and filled zucchini with cheese.
For main I choose the risotto zucchini e salmone. The risotto with zucchini, diced salmon and fresh tomatoes was very tasty and well seasoned.
You will find bell’ARTE Restaurant on Kurt-Schwitters-Platz nº1, Hannover, Germany.