I walked around the old town of Spandau looking for somewhere less crowded and quiet to dine as I was on my own on this occasion. I happened across Bohmerland and was enticed in by reasonable prices and what I recognised to be traditional Czech dishes I was familiar with.
I started with a couple of slices of topinky and a half litre of Czech beer - good scene setter - which I followed up with a small salad and my favourite dish - svickova with bread dumplings. The portion was generous, the flavours in balance and could have been served up in any reasonable Czech hostelry. When the bill was presented it was accompanied by a high quality slivovic. Highly recommended for individuals and small groups looking for traditional fayre slightly below the average Spandau Altstadt price point.
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