While I'm not a big fan of german food, I admit they make the best sausages and beer in the world. But after a few days, you're ready for something else. Considering that GErmany is filled with Italian imigrants and italian restaurants, there are many great options, and this is certainly one of them. Of course it helps to speak to them in italian, but you'll definitely eat well here. They had great antipasti, pasta with truffles and excellent desserts. Also good wines by the glass as well.
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