Dresden (Train Station)
Bautzner Strasse 149, Dresden
Restaurant Genuss – Atelier combines art and cuisine. It invites its guests to a delicious exhibition for taste and discover. The menu offers excellent homemade creations prepared from carefully selected ingredients. Besides the wonderful food you will also find quality wines along Saxons wine region as well as the Saale Unstrut. The beer in this restaurant is from the in/house brewery of Missionshof Lieske. The interior is very warm with high roof, sandstone and many little details that draw attention to give each room the perfect ambience. There is an elegant mix of restaurant, bar, lounge and booth (a place to relax, to chat or to make some business).
Wednesday – Friday: 17:00 – 23:00
Saturday – Sunday: 12:30 – 23:00
Cash, American Express, MasterCard, VISA
Parking Available, Free Wi-Fi, Wheelchair Accessible
Spotted in one of the best guides: Lonely Planet!
We are listed in the FALSTAFF “Gasthaus Guide 2017”
You can read the whole article here
We just received an award from tripadvisor for excellent service 2016!
Thank you to all our wonderful guests for taking the time to support us.
Spotted by Lastminute and recommended to Dresden visitors – we say thank you!
Eating and drinking
Wonderful eating establishments can be found throughout this vibrant city, with something to suit all tastes. Opt for a fine dining experience by visiting Genuss-Atelier or Kastenmeiers, which specialises in fish and seafood dishes.
How Dresden Is Modernizing Itself for Travelers
The historic German city launches new hotels and culinary and cultural projects that will make it relevant for today’s travelers
Dresden boasts unique architecture. // © 2016 German National Tourist Office
Feature image (above): There is no shortage of activities for visitors to Dresden this year, as the destination will see several openings and celebrations. // © 2016 German National Tourist Office
Dresden, one of the most opulently architectural cities in Germany, is readying itself for a refresh. Long known as the Jewel Box of Germany because of its baroque and rococo splendor created by past Electors and Kings of Saxony, Dresden is a hub for both culture and art.
This year, Dresden, the capital of Saxony, is welcoming new hotels and new culinary and cultural projects that will continue to keep the historic city relevant for travelers today. The city is currently in the midst of a construction boom that will bring it a new look. The most evident transformation is happening right in the heart of the city. Destroyed in 1945, Dresden is working toward developing large-scale urban projects that will position the destination as a cultural capital once again.
Of note is the new Kraftwerk Mitte Dresden, a center for art, culture and creativity housed on the grounds of a former heating and power plant. The building will be the future home of the Dresden State Operetta and tjg (Theater Junge Generation), which stages theatrical productions for young people. Kraftwerk Mitte will also bring creative spaces for artists, as well as offices and eateries.
This year, the Dresden Kreuzchor boys’ choir is celebrating its 800th anniversary on March 4, with a festival performance in Semper Opera House. The choir will be accompanied by the Staatskapelle German orchestra and other soloists.
Dresden is a capital for foodies, as well, with a long tradition of organic farming. Travelers should not miss visiting local restaurants that are showcasing locally sourced products from the region. Schloss Wackerbarth, a winery and eatery, has its own blend of Saxon and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as a list of wines from the property’s own cellar. The menu at Genuss-Atelier, located just above Waldschlosschen Bridge, features fish from the nearby Moritzburg ponds, as well as organic produce and beer from the church-run farm at Lieske bei Kamenz, as well as herbs from the banks of the nearby Elbe River.
Travelers can also sample the wine tradition of Saxony at Hoflossnitz, the oldest vineyard in the region, built in 1601, or make a stop at Christian Schwingenheuer in Dresden’s Neustadt district, which is creating organic beer.
WHERE TO STAY
Last year, Dresden saw a slew of new hotel openings. Star Inn Hotel Premium Dresden im Haus Altmarkt in the city’s Old Town opened last March, with 123 rooms in four categories. Integrated into the building, the historic Haus Altmarkt is a Viennese-style cafe.
Gewandhaus Dresden, which reopened in April 2015 after new renovations, also has a central location in Old Town. The five-star boutique hotel became the second German hotel in Marriott’s Autograph Collection. The property has 97 rooms, a spa zone and a gourmet restaurant. Built between 1768 and 1770, the building shows off the city’s baroque history.
Last June, Holiday Inn Dresden opened within walking distance from Zwinger Palace. It has 144 rooms, five meeting rooms, an outdoor terrace and a restaurant that serves Mediterranean cuisine.
Coming in July, there will be a new Amedia Hotel on Neumarkt street. With 103 rooms, it will be one of several new buildings under construction in the area between Schlossstrasse, one of the area’s central streets; Kulturpalast, a multipurpose hall; and Johanneum, a 16th-century Renaissance building now home to Dresden Transport Museum.
Hampton by Hilton is also constructing a 197-room hotel on Ringstrasse, next to the Rathaus (city hall).
Next great review with one Diamant in the guide…Der Varta-Führer
AWARD! As Restaurant Newcomer of the year in Germany and with 3 hats for cooking and service by Bertelsmann – Der große Restaurant & Hotelguide.
…Im “Genuss-Atelier”, der perfekten Mischung aus Restaurant, Bar, Séparée und Lounge, werden alle Sinne angesprochen, bezaubert ein ganz individueller Charme…Read more DER FEINSCHMECKER did inspect us! Now available in the magazine 10/15 under the heading “unterwegs” on page 159. The digital version is available for subscribers only – unfortunately.
“From the region – for the region” – our Restaurant Genuss-Atelier supports the campaign of “radio psr” “Click Saxony. Its where I live, its where I buy.”.
In conclusion this initiative describes exactly what our own idea stands for: More commitment for the region, for Saxony.
We are back on track and Dresden lived up to its name as the ‘Florence of the Elbe’. While an architectural highlight, when you consider most of the old city was rebuilt after the war, the fashion left us a bit perplexed. Jürgen joked that I could do a few ‘bad taste photos’ for the blog, but I decided that only good images land on this website, so I thought I would save you from that!
Here, the men wore three quarter trousers and socks with sandals…and we aren’t referring to the hipster Birkenstock and socks look that still continues to find its way into most collections worldwide. The women were also somehow pattern-crazy, but not in the good sense. The locals chose simple looks and jeans proved a firm staple here.
On another note, we did manage to find two culinary highlights during our stay. Villandry, a tucked away spot where we were treated to salmon and a most exquisite swordfish. On Saturday night we tried Genuss Atelier, also tucked away, this time with arched beams in a basement. The food was astounding, where creative salads, guinea fowl, stuffed veal with spinach and even gin distilled in Dresden proved sure winners. Thank you to the wonderful staff that spoilt us at both locations with excellent, laid back service.
below two: Genuss Atelier
Picture credits: restaurant images taken from prinz.de, tripadvisor.de, villandry.de & viamichelin.com
The Saxon Radio station “radio PSR” read our BILD newspaper article as well and introduced it into its morning show with Steffen Lukas. We are sooo proud!
The whole radio live recording can be listened to –> here
Genuss-Atelier App available now for android and apple! Follow us and receive all our news about menu changes, events, ideas and so on.
We are taking part in DNN’s newspaper challenge at the moment, offering a specual menu, lasting until April 19th. Meanwhile we have been tasted by the editorial staff.
„Connect 4 – does that mean nomen est omen?“
The whole article can be found right here on –> www.translarte.de
On page 39 a new article about the Genuss-Atelier was published in the February issue of the –> Port01 Dresden Magazin
„Haute Cuisine at Genuss-Atelier“ is another article about our restaurant and was released on November 22, 2014 in the Blog –> “LIVING IN DRESDEN“.
Unter dem Titel „Haute Cuisine at Genuss-Atelier“ ist am 22. November 2014 ein weiterer Artikel über unser Restaurant im Blog LIVING IN DRESDEN. erschienen.
Saturday, November 22, 2014
This picture shows Lisa Deutschmann (business management and marketing), Martin Seifried (chef), Marcus Blonkowski (chef) and Nicole Blonkowski (restaurant management).
They all met in Vienna where they studied, trained and worked in Haute Cuisine. The team of four decided to start something great back in their hometown Dresden. And born was the idea for Genuss-Atelier: a restaurant that offers food of an extraordinary quality in an unpretentious atmosphere.
Mousse of Gingerbread with Crumbles and Morello Cherries
On November 10th, 2014, Anton Launer wrote about our opening on November 1st, 2014 and published it in his online magazine „Neustadt-Geflüster”.
The entire article can be found here: –> www.neustadt-ticker.de.