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All reviews wiener schnitzel boiled beef veal meatballs warm potato salad kaiserschmarrn soup white asparagus chocolate cake bread sofitel hotel austrian german own wine two courses traditional food nice restaurant cucumber berliner
Can’t knock the service or the food which was excellent. We paid E50 a head with drinks and really enjoyed it. However the atmosphere was a bit starchy. It was a Saturday night so we had expected it to be busy and happening but it...More
Loved this restaurant so much the first night, we came back the next night! Just across the street from where we were staying (The Regent), this was a great option for our first night out when we were tired and didn’t want to travel so...More
If you want a fast meal and don't mind being surrounded by tourist groups Aigner is not a bad place. I was in and out in less than hour with three courses. While the food was all right, the atmosphere was very hurried, move tables....More
Great restaurant featuring German Cuisine. Their Schnitzel is made of veal but they also have the most amazing crispy chicken that you must try!!! My kids really enjoyed it. Food was very tasty, they were very accommodating, service was on point and it wasn’t very...More
Very convenient location, especially if you are staying at Sofitel. My wife and I ate here two evenings. Food okay, but not great. Service was excellent first night, but slow, in a sparsely attended restaurant, the next night. The bottom line is that it is...More
Had a lovely dinner here sitting outside on a very pleasant evening. I got the schnitzel and my daughter had the veal meatballs. Both were very good! Our waitress told us to get the strudel which was off menu and what a nice ending to...More
Elegant restaurant with great service and cuisine. Upscale and worth every Euro. Wines recommended were outstanding as was everything else. By all means go, but don't expect a view of the Gendarmenmarkt.
Aigner was recommended by the concierge if our hotel and he was spot on. We wanted a mid-priced German restaurant (as we’d been surprised by the number of Italian restaurants in Berlin).
It was very busy and obviously lots of locals (good sign). Inside was...More
The food was unexciting but what can you expect from a less expensive restaurant on Berlin's most exclusive square.
I had duck which came with the skin soggy instead of crisp, and a non-descriptive sauce. The potato dumpling was ok. My wife had white asparagus...More