Had the Tascehckrabs, which was really good, the baby squid Spiess and the chicken Spiess, also excellent. The steamed dumplings with prawns were the best ever tried. Drinks are a bit overpriced and not of very good quality (only an impression, not a fact). To become the best restaurant in town, it could be a little bit less pricey and have a better wine list.
I will go back.
They have a guardrobe, wooden interiors, and if you go down the stairs you'll find yourself in the real Berlin underground ambiance: tables where you can smoke, and toilets (not so clean). It is excellent with your friends and clients, and also for a romantic dinner. We were with some people we had just met at a vernissage, and something unpleasant happened with the tip (the owner or waiter was not happy with the amount of tip left. Not sure about the details, but seemed a bit inappropriate - they also left us deal with splitting the bill among 10 people, which is uncommon in Berlin, and maybe that's why the misunderstanding. I think, anyway, that no one should ever point out that the tip is too low. It is off, and tips are voluntary, so...
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