German food has often been reduced to sauerkraut, sausages and beer, but behind these typical dishes there is a rich gastronomy that is capable of dazzling many palates. Nibelungengarten, located in the Narvarte neighborhood, is a German restaurant with a strong attachment to traditional recipes. Their dishes are artisanally made and they have a farm where they grow their own vegetables and raise their own chickens for egg production. Its outdoor terrace is stocked with long communal tables, giving a nod to the Teutonic country. With a delicious baked pork knuckle and a beer in hand, you may feel like you’re in a real biergarten. Prost!


Authentic German dishes and products


José María Vertiz 1024, Narvarte Poniente, Benito Juárez

Sun. - Tue., 13:00 - 21:00
Wed. 13:00 - 24:00
Thu. - Sat., 13:00 - 01:00

55 5609 1309

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deutsche bratwurstplatte (German sausage platter), gebackenes eisbein (baked pork knuckle), kalbsbrust (veal brisket)

Vegan/Vegetarian Options

Lentil soup, sauerkraut, potato salad

Detailed Info
  • Reservation: Necessary Thursday through Sunday
  • COVID Standards
  • Open Spaces
  • Pet-friendly
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • WiFi
  • Environmental Actions They have a farm in Temascaltepec, México State, where they grow part of their vegetables. They also have a hen house for egg production. These hens are free-range and are given special feed and grains, which do not contain additives such as hormones or antibiotics
  • Open spaces: terrace
  • Wheelchair accessible: they have a chair lift for convenience
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