At 400 years old, this is the city’s oldest restaurant. Until the opening of the nearby district court, this bourgeois Biedermeier institution is enhanced by the neighboring bells of the parish church. The enormous tiled stove has prepared meals for allegedly even Napoleon. Since Reunification, it has often served as a prestigious meeting place for the world’s major political players, celebrities and visitors to get acquainted with the heavy Berlin cuisine. The original German menu is a lexicon for legal German jargon with a distinctly Berlin touch.