Gaudily colored wall art, some of which even stretches across several floors.
The building is over 300 years old and dripping history. The “Tranquebar” in it is not quite as old, but its owner Martin Hahs takes on one of the oldest and most traditional topics ever: pasta. The food he serves is self-made, self-stylized, and freshly cooked. You can taste and see the difference on the plate. Campanelle with pesto and pine nuts, fusilli bolognese with beef ragout and root vegetables, chocolate pasta with vanilla ice cream … can you taste it already? Just the description is mouth watering.
All his pasta is made by hand, at the “Tranquebar” nothing is done by machines. If you don’t want to stay and be served, you can also get your favorite pasta “to go”—as a menu option or simply as packaged pasta to cook at home.
The pasta maker is located centrally—just minutes from the market in Halle, right next to the entrance to the „Franckeschen Stiftungen“. Easily reached by bike or tram, or with a bit more time on foot. You will meet locals there, as the quality of the food is making this a hot spot. And then there is another reason to come: pasta will make you happy. If you don’t believe us, then book a table at the Franckeplatz 4 and find out for yourself. Bon Appetit!
Franckeplatz 4, 06110 Halle (Saale)
Opening hours: Mon + Wed 11.30 - 15.30 h // Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat 11.30 - 21 h