This definitely wasn't fine dining, but it wasn't too bad either. The front of the restaurant is very tiny; it's separated from the bar, but it was still very smokey. The restaurant workers were very nice and spoke enough English to communicate with us with our broken German. I had the goulosh and a ham and cheese sandwich, and my husband had the sausage. The goulosh was very good—not sure what the other review had, but mine had plenty of meat, potatoes, and veggies in it. The "salad" that came with the sandwich was a typical European salad...a little lettuce with some "dressing" on top. I didn't care for it. The sausage was presented very nicely and had much more flavor than a regular hot dog. The ham and cheese toast was mediocre. For a quick lunch it wasn't a bad meal.
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