Flammekuche is a speciality of the German-speaking Alcasen, Moselle, Baden and Palatinate regions. The pizza-like dish consists of bread dough rolled into a very thin rectangle or oval and topped with cream or crème fraîche cheese, thinly sliced onions and pork.
Flamm, in Rotermann, specialises in serving these flammkuchen with delicious fillings and accompanied by a selection of wines. The brilliant concept combines this uncomplicated German-speaking European tradition with a great wine list and a relaxed atmosphere.
The atmosphere at Flamm is like a Central European wine bar
A relaxed wine bar and restaurant can be found in the historic Rotermann Quarter, close to the harbour and the old town. In summer, the quarter is a world of its own, where you can imagine you’re in a Central European city. There are many good cafés and restaurants in the area and Flamm is no exception.
The compact restaurant is located in the atmospheric Stalker Alley. In warm weather, visitors can enjoy the liveliness of the Rotermann quarter from the restaurant’s terrace. In cooler weather, the interior offers a Tallinn-style ambience combining modern architecture and history.
The Flamm menu consists of crispy crusted flammekuche topped with various fillings. There’s a wide variety of filling options to choose from and the menu also includes sweet options. Flammekuchen perfect for an after work evening with a glass of wine. Flammkuchen is also easy to share between table mates. Flamm’s wine selection is excellent and the wine is a great drink to enjoy with Flammekuchen.
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Open: Ma-To 12.00 - 22.00 Pe-La 12.00 - 23.00
Address: Rotermanni 2
On the restaurant's website you can view the restaurant's menu and make a reservation.