Fodor's Expert Review Pauly Saal
With an airy, high-windowed space in what used to be the school gym of the converted Ehemalige Jüdische Mädchenschule (Old Jewish Girls' School), and outdoor tables taking over the building's expansive courtyard, the setting here alone is a draw, but the food is also some of the most exquisite in this part of Mitte. The menu focuses on artful presentation and local ingredients, like meat from Brandenburg, prawns from Pomerania, and cheese from Bad Tölz. The lunch prix fixe is a great way to sample the restaurant's best dishes. Quirky artworks, excellent service, and an extensive wine list all add to the experience.
Berlin, Berlin 10117, Germany