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As an international city, Dusseldorf really shows off the fact in its culinary diversity. The restaurant choice in Dusseldorf is as diverse as the international character of its visitors. If you're going to visit only one Dusseldorf restaurant, make it the Im Schiffchen. The chefs at Im Schiffchen deliver the finest cuisine you'll find in any city along the Rhine. The ingredients that go into the meals are undeniably authentic -- every tomato, every onion, every fish or piece of meat seems to have been thoroughly evaluated for quality before purchasing. The menu is ever-changing, based on seasonal variations, but you might find homemade goose liver pâté with green peppercorns, Brittany lobster in chamomile petals, a delectable Norwegian salmon in Vouvray sauce, or lobster cooked in chamomile tea.
For a royal feast, visit the Victorian. This is the finest restaurant in the city center. The decor features sparkling crystal, black-leather banquettes, and masses of flowers. The food represents the best of both traditional and modern schools. The best examples include heavenly deep-fried zucchini flowers stuffed with lobster mousse and flavored with a sauce of champagne vinegar and coriander, apple salad with slices of goose liver, and three-vegetable purée.
For some local flavor, check out Zwolf Apostel. Zwolf Apostel has that friendly, 'lived-in' vibe that only local favorite restaurants enjoy. Blue furniture, dark wood surroundings and lots of light make you feel right at home. While the delicious local beer keeps you in high spirits, the tasty German fare like the Speckpfannekuchen, and specials like Kalps-Rumpsteak Dusseldorf, will keep the energy flowing. Whether you are after local specialties like Düsseldorf pork ribs in mustard sauce or scrumptious Oriental dishes, be it sushi or Peking duck, or even light Mediterranean snacks, your desires are sure to be satisfied at these Dusseldorf restaurants.