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The cuisine of the Brasserie Le Grand is considered to be a jewel in the crown of Leipzig's culinary landscape. Treat yourself to the international-inspired creations of the chef. You will find the right wine to go with them on a list including more than 170 selected international wines. In the Vinothek you can enjoy a wine-tasting session in a very special atmosphere. Tapas or antipasti are provided here to go with the wines.
International, European, Central European
Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards
Had two times diner in this hotel. At the fancy restaurant and the fish was excellent nothing to fault it. A second diner at the bar a schnitzel that was one of the best ever.
The food in the hotel is solid and very good...More
We were really glad to have dined here on our day trip to Leipzig in August 2018. The restaurant was set in a grand hotel with an elegant interior. The food was very good and we enjoyed the wine and beer. The soups were lovely,...More
A wonderful place! Good and helpful advice on the menu as we are foreigners in this german city. Very polite suggestions when it contradicted to our routine 😉 and it was really sweet and sincere thought. We were very happy with food and hospitality.
While I usually try to explore local restaurants it can be challenging with business meetings. Le Grand is in the Steigenberger and offers exceptional quality by the in house chefs with the level of service for which the Steigenberger is known.
We staid at the Hotel Steigenberger and had dinner at their restaurant. The restaurant is really nice and cosy, the food is excellent... as long as you like asparagus. On the whole menu there was only a few dishes which did not contain asparagus. Ok,...More
We were invited to dinner here one evening after the opera. It was clearly a prestigious rather formal venue, very popular with an affluent clientele. The food was international with an haute cuisine twist, We began with delicious vintage champagne and canapés. A highlight was...More