The Puricelli fine-dining restaurant is named in honour of the founding Puricelli family. The factory owner Eduard Puricelli (1826-1893) marries the daughter of the then owner in 1854 and has two sons with his wife and daughter Maria Puricelli (*1855). The former residence is extended into a country villa in the neo-Renaissance style in 1884-1887. Maria marries the Prussian politician Clemens von Schorlemer in 1880 and becomes the sole heiress of the Puricelli estate in 1899. In 1896-1906 von Schorlemer has the extension built in Art Nouveau style (around 1900) and the country villa is transformed into Schloss Lieser. In the rooms of the Restaurant Puricelli you dine under imperial observation. Because in honour of Kaiser Wilhelm II, a friend of the family, his portrait hangs on the wall.
The Puricelli restaurant is open from Monday until Sunday evening
from 18:00 until 21.30 pm. If you wish to book a table,
please call +49 6531 986990 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that our in-house guests will have priority on restaurant reservations, however we will do our very best to accommodate you the best way possible.
Unfortunately dogs are not allowed in our restaurants.