I went to enjoy a 3-course lunch menu. Each course is priced at €11; in my view, this is reasonable for a restaurant of this class, though for about the same money, one can go to a Michelin-starred restaurant here in Berlin.
The food lived up to fairly high standards, aspiring to one Michelin star but not quite there in terms of execution. Ingredients were fresh, and the addition of various fresh herbs to otherwise fairly standard dishes made for a novel sensory experience. The recommended wine worked out well.
The restaurant is well furnished and bright, but looks a bit like a cafeteria in terms of layout. Service was attentive and flawless throughout.
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