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The Falco offers you a dining experience that is out of this world! Peter Maria Schnurr presents a menu bursting with fresh light flavours that will make gourmets and connoisseurs feel as if they are floating 27 floors above the roofs of Leipzig! The restaurant not only produces exceptionally fine food but also has a wine list offering 900 varieties of wine! The service is impeccable, and stylish furniture and light coloured leather complement the restaurant perfectly. Countless wine bottles in floor to ceiling glass cabinets are a real eye-catcher. Many guests will feel as if they are sky high!
$67 - $112
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Dinner, Drinks, Late Night
European, International, Central European
Serves Alcohol, Reservations, Seating, Street Parking, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
I don´t really know if this restaurant has two or three Michelin stars, doesn´t matter believe me. Incredible. Outstanding flavours and taste. I recommend the menu suggested. Although expensive, it deserves another visit
We were intrigued by the name ( after a pair of Falcons nesting way up high on the 27th floor!) and the fact it is a 2 Michelin star restaurant - the only one in Eastern Germany outside Berlin.
At the helm is avant-garde chef...More
This was top end fine dinning at it's best. The range of pre-starters was very good. The service was top notch. All the dishes were well presented with good flavours. The only let down was a lack of deserts
The only 2-(Michelin) stars restaurant in the Eastern part of Germany. Great location with fantastic panorama overlooking downtown Leipzig.The food was great, maybe even excellent - but the prices took me to my personal limit how much to spend for food.
For a small handful...More
My fiancé treated me to Falco and I must say that the food was lovely, I missed though not having a menu. We had to go for the evenings menu .
I was very surprised that having booked more than a month in advance and...More
First of all: We had a very enjoyable evening at the Falcos. As many reviewers wrote- great view and fascinating interior. First surprise: No menu with a variety of dishes but a fixed menu without a choice offered by the waiter. So we ordered the...More
DISCLOSURE: I did not eat in the restaurant.
That's because the menu pricing is beyond farcical. I'm not averse to spending money on dining. I recently enjoyed lunch at Le Bernardin in New York (3 Michelin Stars) for a mere $400 USD, but €75 for...More
We were thrilled with our dinner at Falco. The food was creative and delicious without being pretentious and the service was excellent but surprisingly warm and gracious.
We love avant garde gastronomy, but the truth is it can sometimes feel stilted or precious, like the...More