I found this café very cosy and would definitely recommend a visit if you like German style cakes; these are unfortunately not at all my cup if tea, I was hoping for some good rich chocolate cakes but the choice was limited to different variations of "Streuselkuchen" (crumble topping cakes) and a "Käsekuchen" (German cheese cake) with warm plum sauce. I tried the latter and found it fresh and nice, just not my thing.
I have not tried any of the savoury bistrot type dishes but they did look nice.
The staff is friendly and service is fast.
The fournishing is very interesting and reminds of old times; old caraffes and jugs everywhere, on shelves and in wooden cupboards, candles, some paintings and a collection of old cherubs on the walls: most things are for sale, along with gift-wrapped truffle scented oil.
What I found unacceptable is the poor conditions of the bathroom. Very dirty; it'd be a good idea for the staff to keep an eye on it during the day, as that poor cleaning standard does not reflect at all the flair of the place.
I recommend to reserve a table at weekends as it does get quite full and the space is limited.