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Grandma's home cooking is becoming socially acceptable, and small portions of German classics are the new tapas. Dishes more commonly seen at home, such as Matjestatar (soused herring tartare), Tafelspitz (boiled beef fillet) and Kalte Schnauze (a cake made of butter cookies and chocolate sauce), are given a modern interpretation. You eat at oak tables with old silverware in the chic, black-tiled dining room, while your digestif tastes excellent by the fire in the in-house bar. This combination of retro food and avant-garde style could potentially make the rest of the world relish German cuisine.

DISTRICT
Kreuzberg
ADDRESS
PHONE
+493085611133
WEBSITE
OPENING TIMES
Mon-Sat 6 pm to midnight
Sun 5 pm to midnight
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
U1 Schlesisches Tor
PRICE LEVEL
moderate
PAY WITH
Ec/debit card
CUISINE TYPE
German

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