Traditional Bavarian dishes can sometimes be heavy affairs, and after a meal or three they can become a bit much. This restaurant is one of the finest in the city, and it's vegetarian to boot, with a selection of vegan dishes. The delightful holiday from meat here provides an eclectic choice of skillfully prepared antipasti, quiche, pizza, gnocchi, tofu, crepes, stir-fried dishes, plus excellent wines. The airy room has a high, vaulted ceiling, and there's always some
art exhibited to feed the eye and mind.
Nov 23, 2013
Sometimes the issue is cultural - sometimes operational. I liked the menu - lots of variety and options to fit every mood. We were seated, but told the table would need to be available for a reservation 2.5 hours later (Not the first time we had this experience in Germany). Never dreamed that after a kitchen delay the restaurant would make that our problem instead of theirs. The food varied between outstanding and so-so. The service varied
between so-so and horrific. Not attentive - certainly not engaged on the experience of the customer. (Yes I am aware that can be a cultural issue - but after several weeks on this stint in Europe, this is the first time I am making this statement). Never again. Its not just about the food - but the experience that accompanies it. The food is not good enough to overcome the service issues.
Jul 2, 2008
Bavarian cooking can be a bit heavy, which makes this restaurant extra welcome!