I chose this restaurant because it stated that German cuisine was its speciality. From the moment we (two Australians and four English people including a child) stepped into the place we were encouraged to think of the sort of food we DIDN'T like. And it was a difficult and dispiriting task. By the time we'd finished we couldn't think of much we WOULD like. However the waiter, who wrote nothing down, remembered everything! An amazing feat! BUT we had come here for a typical GERMAN experience, and it turned out as rather paltry and pricey French-type minimilist cuisine. Wine was expensive and the best German wines were not on offer. It is misleading to say that it is German cuisine, unless that means it's cooking in a German city.
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