Weinhaus Tante Anna
Mahn-und Gedenkstätte Düsseldorf
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Weinhaus Tante Anna information
This is like your aunt's place if she was a baroness; silver serving plates, subdued carved wood interior, wines decanted and poured properly, the details do go on. The menu changes constantly and shows the range of the kitchen, whether it is boar piglet loin with celery and potato gnocchi or a simply superb springtime asparagus special.