A nice place for traditional German food, in a traditionally decorated basement locale. Nice for a lunch or after museum dinner.
As with most eateries in the Museum Island area, this pub with traditional rustic decor is a bit of a tourist trap but the food is decent and not too expensive. For about 25 euro the two of us had a decent sized lunch (a soup and the meat and dumpling dish) and beer each. They've an English menu and... More
This cafe was reasonable for being in a touristy area. We spent 24 euros and had two beers and two smaller appetite dishes. The dishes were reasonably large so we were full by the end f the meal. Staff were friendly in that efficient German kind of way and spoke good English. A convenient place to rest your legs and... More
The museum is fantastic but many of the exhibits and items did not have English transations, so it was difficult to understand the meaning and use of them. Of course, I'm the type to spend hours in a museum so the lack of English may not bother everyone. Even the museum maps are in German or Spanish only!
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