The bistro is very nice, with a cozy atmosphere, nice and big windows. It is quiet and the bar doesn't get too crowded, possibly the best place for dining in the German Village. Service and quality of food are good. I personally don't like complex dishes. Thus, I would prefer not to have sophisticated sauces in the plate, but I know that many people like it. What I found unforgivable is to get slice of bread full of big pieces of garlic. You can't tell this from the appearance, but just from the taste that many people (certainly me) may find disgusting. Please ask the costumers before serving this garlic bread again!