我們去那裡吃晚飯,然後去看歌劇魅影。 這是一個非常舒適的地方,有很好的傳統美食。 我們很喜歡這裏的土豆Wiener Schnitzel sautéed。 我還想再來一次。
This place is steeped in history from the building itself, which as you might have guessed is circa 1905 and based on the photos it doesn't seem like its change one bit since its inception over 100 years ago, to the food. The menu is a litany of northern German 'delights', perhaps some of the menu items are an acquired taste but they are certainly all authentic and if you feel like travelling the North of Germany with your fork then this is the place to do it. For me it was a welcome change from pizza hamburgers, pasta and all the other typical restaurant cuisine you can find in almost every other city in the world. So why not try something a little different. Be prepared for the service, just like the restaurant its typically German and typical German customer service means: brisk, curt, inflexible with rules and borderline rude
I'd seen reviews of this restaurant on line and in guide books recommending it for traditional local fare. It's a nice, low-key place and looks more like a cosy bar than a restaurant. Starter of tomato soup was fine but was really heavy and swimming in really thick cream. The beef main course was fine as well, with lots of shredded dumpling and red cabbage on the side - all washed down with one of the best white beers I have tasted. Give this place a go, if you want something a bit traditional. But don't go here looking for a light meal!