Ate dinner here on Thanksgiving and really enjoyed it. The waitress did not speak English; however, she was happy to translate some words from the menu. Still, we were not completely sure what would come out of the kitchen - but we were definitely not disappointed. My mother had the Chicken Florida, which came in a coconut milk sauce with mangoes and mint rice, accompanied by a small salad; I had a salad with strips of herbed beef and sliced tomatoes, dressed in a sweet chili vinegarette (over dressed in my opinion). Beef was flavorful, though a tad tough. Cost was 28 Euros for 2 meals, 1 beer, and 1 soda (which, typical of Germany, cost as much as the beer). The place was packed (a young crowd, not surprising given its proximity to LMU) and I think there was only one waitress serving all the tables, but we weren't in a rush so I really can't complain. Tap water was available gratis upon request. The menu was fairly expansive: a good choice if you are not in the mood for sausages and spetzels. I wasn't inclined towards booze at the time, but there was a huge cocktail list that would appeal to me on another occasion. I would definitely eat here again, ideally with a German friend who would be willing to translate the entirety of the menu.
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