Not only was the service excellent, but each of the meals we (a group of five) ate was first-rate cooked, had a special touch, and moreover was also enough food to satisfy a hungry stomach (which is not always the case in establishments that received top-10 honors from international gourmet-magazines). The decoration (old seamen's barter pay for dood and rum, like spears from Kongo, turtle-casks, etc., in large numbers, plus enormous Rum-bottles froom the times Flensburg had the rum-monopoly for Denmark) is rustic and very consistent and cozy. It gives the place an atmosphere of both, distinction from tradition and welcoming warmth.
The prices are absolutely adequate to the quality, but therefore also not on the lower side. But ca. 20 EUR/person, one drink included, seems really accessible for the performance of kitchen and the cellar. My recommendation is to visit this place for a special evening. My guess is that the non-fish platters will be OK, too, but the Flensburger Fischplatte and various flounders were spectacular.
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