Et Kabuffke is a very small bar with a liquor store next door, made famous by Killepitsch, a herbal liqueur produced in Dusseldorf. To be honest, I don't really care for it - it has that bittersweet flavour of cough syrup - but I loved the bar. The bar has a rustic style, and is popular with people of all ages and backgrounds. It's tiny, but they sell thousands of cups of Killepitsch through a peephole to customers queuing outside.
The best kebab in Düsseldorf. It´s located right next to the train station. It´s very small but the kebabs only costs 3 euros. The meat and vegetables are very good. There are a lot of Turkish restaurants in the area but this one is really good. Just be clear when you order because the staff gets a little nervous if you´re trying to decide what you want while you´re ordering.