We last went to Diekmann in 2006 during the World Cup. It is unchanged both in the high quality of the food and the service. It is located in an original grocer's shop which survived the bombings in WW2; many fixtures including the drawers which held the spices are still there. The food is imaginative and very well prepared with an interesting twist on traditional German menu.
Good wine list. It was at Diekmann that we experienced the most sophisticated menu and service. HIghly recommended.
Thank you Patrice.
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