I went to this place because I was recommended to try their "à la crème" pizzas ... Wow! They're kind of out of this world! I tried the "festival" pizza. It had ham, bacon, bell peppers, onions, leeks, sauteed in a white sauce over a thin crust. A spectacular surprise. My wife ordered a "marinera" pizza, with salmon, shrimp and onions, which was also excellent.
This site turned out to be not only a good restaurant, but also a great German bakery (to my surprise, I'm German). For dessert we ordered a passion-fruit mousse and an apple pie. I must say that it wouldn't have been better if this was the best bakery in my hometown.
Also, we ordered to take-out some puff pastries stuffed with cream cheese and guava, which proved to be delicious, made according to the best German tradition with a tropical touch.
They have many other options on the menu: breakfast (all day long), salads, sandwiches, pastas. From what I saw on neighboring tables, everything is fresh, homemade, even the bread.
The ambience is very nice and welcoming, and the service is excellent, by young servants really commited to give you a pleasant stay.
We really enjoyed this place.
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