Zum Seisenberger

DE – Geisenhausen

The former tithe barn in Geisenhausen is the home of the restaurant “Zum Seisenberger”. There, the guests can expect typical Bavarian dishes and international delicacies – of course all prepared on professional PALUX kitchen equipment.

The impressive building of the “Seisenberger” with its striking facade can look back on a long and eventful history. Located directly in the centre of Geisenhausen in the Lower Bavarian district of Landshut, it was state-owned until 1851 and was acquired in 1906 by the present namesakes Michael and Barbara Seisenberger. Unfortunately, the imposing building lost its splendour over the decades and finally only housed a pizzeria on the ground floor. At the end of 2012 Irmengard and Lothar Enders bought the building and had it extensively restored in the following years.

Thanks to the investment and commitment of the Enders family, the “Seisenberger” has once again been a shining advertisement in Geisenhausen since December 2016 - also from a gastronomic point of view. The stylishly furnished interior with 80 seats and 12 spots at the bar as well as the cosy beer garden invite the guests to stay and enjoy.

For the planning, implementation and furnishing of the restaurant kitchen, the investors, in close cooperation with their chef, completely trusted in the gastronomic competence of PALUX. The excellent customer service provided by our responsible regional sales manager was particularly convincing.

“PALUX offered us a strong support in advance. Our kitchen could thereby be perfectly adapted to the space conditions. All individual wishes were also taken into account without any problems”, the investor couple Enders explains the purchase decision.

With their PALUX kitchen, the chef and service team provides culinary highlights, which are based especially on fresh ingredients from the region. The guests can expect unmistakable enjoyment at a high level and unforgettable hours in a historical ambience.

At a glance: PALUX-Products in the restaurant „Zum Seisenberger“