Haselauer Landhaus Restaurant - dining room with a terrace in Lienau's inn in Haselau, near Uetersen, Holm, Wedel, Heist, Haseldorf and Hamburg.
Lienau's Kroog - within 100 years from a public house to a popular restaurant.
Haselauer Landhaus Restaurant
Cosy dining room & sunny terrace with regional & seasonal cuisine
Regional specialities, genuine Holsteiner cuisine, seasonal titbits or simply a good Schnitzel - in the Haselauer Landhaus, we spoil you with the country kitchen. the owner Jan H. Lienau and his team are at your service for lunch and dinner with a consistently warm kitchen.
The friendly service team of the two Lienau daughters - Daniela Dettling & Maike Mohr - welcomes you to the cosy dining room, on the sunny terrace or to the festive occasion in our large hall.
We are looking forward to your visit.
Our front dining room is pleasant and well-lit. Nine tables and a cosy "niche" around our open bar are the heart of our house.
The historic stained-glass window and the 300-year-old family tree give the room its special charm.
Cosy and a little quieter is the back parlour - also called "Achtere Stuv". With eight tables, it can accommodate up to 30 persons. Ideal for small gatherings, festive with a wide table and other attractive table shapes - we are happy to advise you. Separated by doors from the front room, on request also a little private.
Warm days and hot summer evenings can be enjoyed outdoors. Our charming terrace around our restaurant offers sunny and cool spots.
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Anruf:
Tel. 04122 / 9871-0
We look forward to your call:
Hot food 12:00pm - 9:00pm
Closed on Wednesdays - hotel open
Season - current
bis Ende Juli
04. bis einschl. 12 Juli
18. Aug. bis 04. Sep.
08. Sep. bis 02. Okt.
06. Okt. bis 30. Okt.
Our specialities & classics,
which we serve all year round
as PDF to view & download.
In addition, we offer seasonal dishes and daily recommendations throughout the year. From Monday to Friday (closed on Wednesdays) we offer at lunchtime an inexpensive dish of the day.
Our culinary calendar is published twice a year. Here is a PDF to view & download.