Well, we decided to go there after getting the recommendation from our hotel’s concierge service on the new year’s eve since we were late for anything else.
The staff was actually friendly, the food was good but nothing special. The restaurant is not that beautiful place to stay for long.
What was crazy was the prices! There was no menu outside of the restaurant to check the prices and after sitting, the waiter brought us welcome drinks after asking of course. The Wiener schnitzel costs 28€ and the Caesar salad costs 19€. When we received the bill, we saw written by hand a tip of 20% on the total price, something that we didn’t see anywhere else in Berlin the previous, same or next day.
So that brings us to the total which was 150€ for 2 ceasar salads, 2 Wiener schnitzels and 4 glasses of prosecco wine (welcome drink).
So, be aware!
GooglePlace - January 2018
food a wine were good. Service very slow
GooglePlace - December 2017
While my BF said his dish was literally the best schnitzel he had ever had I was not impressed with my goulash. Dessert was a huge disappointment in taste, price and size, being only 1/4 of a normal creme brulee and 12 EUR.
GooglePlace - October 2017
Great place for modern German food. Had pork loin chop with garlic mashed potatoes and lots of small cantarell mushrooms in red wine reduction. Excellent. Wife had fish, also excellent. Great wine selection. Server recommended outstanding red and white wines to go with food.
GooglePlace - September 2017
Wiener Schnitzel,very good and big.
Kaiserschmarrn was Delicious and we were able to share it as a three.
Service was very good and one of the waiters were lively and humorous.
Price was quite expensive, however was worth the time and effort brought into the food.
GooglePlace - August 2017