In the Franconian restaurant, which is located at a historical place next to the Nuremberg Main Market Square (in the IHK building, with a view of the Beautiful Fountain), regional artisans of food and drink are celebrated. The motto: You’ll eat what’s put on the table. And that’s something that is dependent on the current season and the products and produce available from local suppliers. The restaurant is known for its one-of-a-kind “Gudzerla” (Franconian tapas), which you can combine as your fancy takes you.
In the 15th century, the Herrentrinkstube with the official public scales stood on the site where today the IHK building is located. Here, traders could make business deals and let their merchandise be weighed in an environment protected from fraud. In the Herrentrinkstube (the gentlemen’s tavern), so-called honorable persons and families were allowed entry to an enlightened and elite circle.