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As in all hotels of the Althoff Collection, art also plays a central role at the Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg. Our Salvador Dalí Bar is a tribute to the great Spanish surrealist - which is not only reflected in the ambience. Do you already know the "Casanova Cocktail", Salvador Dalí's favourite drink? In addition to many other delicious creations from our bar team, you can enjoy fresh, regional snacks and dishes from our castle kitchen.
The pop-up concept "Steak Frites & More" will be a guest at the Salvador Dalí Bar - a tribute to the tradition of Parisian steakhouses.
The lively brasserie atmosphere takes the simple steak frites concept to a new level:
An organic green lettuce followed by selected steak cuts and crispy fries, served with homemade sauce and steak butter. Optional half lobsters are offered as surf & turf or as a single dish.
First-class ingredients, authentic music and friendly service make the "Steak Frites & More" pop-up an enrichment of the Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg's food & beverage offer.
Monday to sunday from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Kitchen closing time 9:30 pm
Every Tuesday & Thursday from 6 pm
Shrimps belong to the absolute highlights of the Spanish cuisine. Enjoy with us this delicacy in hot garlic-chili olive oil - as much as you wish - served with fresh homemade baguette and salad as appetizer and ½ bottle of white wine.
Per person | EUR 44
Mondays to Thursdays from 18:00 to 19:00
It's during the week and you don't have anything planned for the evening? Then why not visit us in our Salvador Dalí Bar and enjoy an after-work drink in a classic modern ambience!
Weekly from Monday to Thursday we offer you a selection of five classic cocktails at EUR 10 per cocktail in our "Cocktail Hour" from 6pm to 7pm.
Salvador Dalí is one of the most brilliant artists of the modern age. He staged his works and himself in the most spectacular way.
The Spanish artist Salvador Dali (1904-1989) created a cycle of one hundred illustrations of Dante's "Divine Comedy" between 1950 and 1960. Salvador Dali's paintings show, according to the "Hundred Songs" of Dante's work, man's wandering through hell, purgatory and paradise. The colour-intensive illustrations on this theme impressively show the artistic, unlimited imagination of the surrealist master in dealing with Dante's literary work.