Novalis was one of the most important poets of German romanticism. His real name was Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg and he is an ancestor of the current count. The BurgHotel's restaurant bears his name. The focus is on perfectly prepared dishes with the best ingredients from the region. Vegetarian can look forward to a completely vegetarian menu in three to five courses.
Menus 59-88 EUR s.i.
terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
Opening hours: Daily 12.00 – 14.00 and 18.30 – 21.30.
The Hardenberg BurgHotel sits peacefully at the heart of the ancient Hardenberg Estate. Here, the ninth count, Carl Graf von Hardenberg, blends a 300-year-old tradition of hospitality with a bang-up-to-date vision for sustainability. The count places a strong emphasis on organic, regional, and exceptional-quality food, something that plays out in very practical actions.
Food served in the hotel is mostly sourced from Eichsfeld, a region that specializes in sustainable food production; this includes an exclusive partnership with a local farmer for the supply of Guineafowl. Longstanding support is given to the Biolandbetrieb Penk, an award-winning organic farm that supplies the hotel’s eggs. Closer to home, the hotel supports one of its waiters in the development of a trout farm, offering flexible working and serving his fish in its Keilerschänke regional restaurant.