Nice Dim Sum restaurant in an atmosphere that successfully mixes Asian and modern/industrial inspirations.
The menu (both in English and German) offers a variety of cold and warm Dim Sum: you'll compose your dinner by ordering a number of these, and sharing them, which is rather entertaining. Since most of them cost around 8-9 euro (from 5 to 17 euro each), and you'll want to order at least 3 for each guest, plus wine (bottles start at 30), it doesn't end up being as cheap as the term "canteen" might suggest.
Service was rather poor, so don't go there if you're in a hurry ! But the restaurant decoration and ambiance makes waiting a bearable experience.
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