Gastronomy at Hessenpark
The physical well-being is as important to us as the hospitality of our guests.
Daily updated dishes
Changing dish of beef from the Hessenpark
In the Bioland-certified open-air museum, the Red High Altitude Cattle is bred, which used to be used as a domestic breed in many farms. From the delicate meat of these cattle we offer changing dishes. Since we use the whole animal according to our philosophy, all dishes are only available while stocks last. Therefore, please ask for the current dishes next to our menu.
By the way:
The Giessener Marktzeile, of which this building is the left end, is an exception in the Hessenpark. It was not translocated, i.e. dismantled at the original site and rebuilt in the open-air museum. Rather, the façade of the Marktzeile was reconstructed on the basis of historical photographic material (some of which is on display in our restaurant) and represents a composition of various buildings that once stood in Giessen at different points on the market square. The former "Haus Kaminka", where our restaurant is located, housed a pharmacy or a jewelry store at the original location and had the address "Marktplatz 11".
Our Restaurant & Café Marktplatz 11 is open for you on the following days:
Tue. - Fr. 17-22 h (with reservation only) ⋅ saturdays, sundays and holidays 11-18 h
Breakfast hours for hotel guests
Mondays to Fridays 7-10 a.m. ⋅ Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays 8-10:30 a.m.
We will gladly accept your table reservation by calling 06081-949 819 60!
Other gastronomic destinations
Everything for your physical well-being as well as a unique environment for celebrating - you will find all this at the Hessenpark Open-Air Museum.
Wirtshaus Zum Adler
The Wirtshaus Zum Adler is a beautiful historic inn serving rural Hessian cuisine, and like the Landhotel Zum Hessenpark, is part of the picturesque marketplace.
daily from 11 am to 6 pm (except during major events), Sat. 11 am to 10 pm
The Martinsklause from Remsfeld offers a rather simple cuisine as a tavern in the period of the 1950s and can be rented for events. You can fortify yourself in the Klause after a walk through the open-air museum. A selection of sweet and savory foods, as well as a variety of beverages, are available to visitors at the stall right next to the Klause.
daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. - (In case of rain we might close earlier!)