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We arrived at 2 p.m. and were too late to have Flammkuchen. Instead we went for a Leberwurstbrot and bread with a mixture of toppings, including lard. Being German, I like it as it comes with tiny pieces of fried onion and if you put...salt on top, it's yummy! The wine and beer were good and the service was friendly. It's a shame you can't look into the cafe properly on a drizzly afternoon as the window panes reflect the light - it is really cosy inside and interestingly furnished.More
The gentle aroma of our food cooking came wafting across the square in front of the Zeitlos Café carrying with it a promise of something delicious. Our guide had taken us to the town square and to a café further along, but we had spotted...a menu offering a choice of two flammkuchen, XXL double size, double temptation, at the end of the square.
We ordered one of each and sat in the warm sunshine, enjoying a beer and the anticipation. We tucked into the first one to arrive with relish. This was the Speziale which was closely followed by the Italienisch. Both were served hot. The base was crisp in contrast to the soft toppings which were full of flavour. It was sheer joy.
Sadly we could not finish everything so we took what was left to share with the rest of our party. It was a new experience for most of our group. That day several people were wishing they had come with us. They had just experienced some of the best flammkuchen ever.More
The service was so friendly and helpful- and patient with our limited German.
The flammkuchen here were just divine- especially the "spreewald style", with signature spreewald pickles. And they were HUGE for just 8 Euro!
The desserts were perfect- not very sweet, with a lovely...balance of fruit and quark flavors.
The atmosphere was sweet and country cottage style, with lots of antiques and nik naks to look at. They even provided crayons and German coloring books for our 3 year old.
- And their "heisse schokolade" was very much to his liking : )
We loved it so much, we had dinner there one night, then went there for lunch the very next day!More
Date of visit: November 2014
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