The restaurant has a large courtyard for outside eating, but also plenty of room inside. It is situated fairly centrally in the Huxstrasse. There is an Italianate tinge to the place and the cooking, but basically it provides good Baltic coast cuisine. At lunch we had bruschetta with tomato and basil and peperonata, followed by chicken breast and herring in a sauce with beetroot and apple. The following day in the evening I had tuna and beans, whilst my partner again had bruschetta. This time the mains were Norwegian salmon and perch in a caper sauce. Service was good, though there tended to be a bit of a delay once you'd had your main courses.
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