A round corner filled with history. Once a steam laundry, once a bakery, once a storage unit for furniture. Then came mother Erdmann, who brought bourgeois dining with white tablecloths in the center of the notorious barn quarter. Today often the first point of contact for school groups and young tourists looking for a bit of Berlin hospitality. The dark wood paneling and the low-hanging lamps provide for a cozy living room atmosphere. An introduction to the Berlin dialect with the help of the menu. Just opposite the Hedwig hospital, meaning it’s the perfect spot for supervised drinking.