The restaurant is located on a quiet, unassuming street away from the usual tourist areas. We sat down and were immediately served with two small Berliner beers, which were right on spot.
The atmosphere was casual and fun. We loved the tapas - took three between the two of us - the prune with bacon,. the cabbage roulade and the klopse (meatballs) with capers - all excellent, small tasting dishes. Then came the schnitzel, a huge plateful, not quite as interesting as the tapas, but the real thing nonetheless. In retrospect we'd have taken just more tapas and foregone the schnitzel but that's a matter of taste. Everything was very authentic and the service was friendly and prompt. Recommend for a true German experience.
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